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Krip Hop

Krip Hop is a project featuring people with disabilities inside and outside the music industry, locally and globally.

 

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Avalanche: #SaveArnaldo

Arnaldo Rios Soto, Autistic, Nonspeaking, and Brown, is about to be evicted from his current group home.  
 
His crisis brought back a personal memory. So here is that brief, true, Kerima memory.
 

Are We Finally Breaking Out of The Religious Model of Disability: The Black Community

As Black disabled man living in the twenty-first century, who grew up in the disabled and Black community on the east coast in the 70’s and 80’s, I have seen how the Black community has been left behind in the disability movements, from civil rights that have led to disability pride, models of disability, disability arts/culture, and disability studies– leading to publications like newsletters to magazines to news articles to books to movies.
 

Broadcasting Live With Patrick Lafayette From Jamaica To New York!

LEROY F. MOORE JR: First, tell us about growing up in Jamaica.

Getting the Po-L-ICE Force out of Salesforce - Youth Poverty Skolaz Report on Salesforce Protest of CBP

Amir

Detaining Immigrant Kids is now a billion-dollar Industry, everybody making money off this Industry. 
 
In San Francisco, we went to a protest at a building called SalesForce. The people who work for SalesForce found out the Customs, Border Protection (C.B.P) was working with their Company. The employee's found out about C.B.P and started marching in front of their Company. 
 

PPEHRC Poor Peoples March on Washington

The Poor People’s Economic Human Rights Campaign (PPEHRC) is a movement that is based in Philadelphia and is run by formerly homeless, poor and currently homeless people like us here at Poor Magazine.

Is It A Crime To Be A Black/Brown Disabled Youth? 1989-Today Changing The Answer To The Question

Wait!  Since the late 80’s I’ve been protesting, advocating etc on police brutality against people with disabilities however today is totally different.  I am use  to reading and advocating for Black/Brown adults with disabilities but today our Black/Brown youth with disabilities are the growing cases of state violence in schools, on the streets, in group homes, locked up in jail, mental health facilities and even in their on homes when the police are called to "help" but a lot of times end of dead or abuse.  
 

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