Tiny receives Marguerite Casey Foundation "fellowship"

Tiny - Posted on 23 July 2012

PNN staff

I humbly accept the journalism fellowship on poverty (which means  $4,000. blud-stained dollaz for POOR Magazine so we can pay our looming insurance bill and keep our "papers" (501 (c) 3) etc.).. but in my acceptance I stand always with humility and love for all the houseless mamaz and babies living in our card-board motels, cars, and shelter beds, my PIC-plantation housed brothers and sisters "inside" for poverty kkkrimes like mine, my brothers and sisters who recycle, panhandle, and struggle and my brothers and sisters caught in the kriminalized jaws of these false borders that surround Pachamama, I stand wit my indigenous ancestors removed and displaced and i stand wit all peoples in poverty ALWAYS silenced in the kkkorporate and not really independent media...and i stand wit my mama dee- strong black indian wombyn for without whom there would be no me-

Big love to my Prensa POBRE and Bay View Newspaper famlia...who made this possible wit philanthro-pimp assisting... Mary Ratcliff, Sandra Estafan, Anna Kirsch, Vinia Park Castro, Carina Lomeli love n support from Tony Robles, Silencio Muteado, Leroy Moore, Vivian Thorp, , Bruce Allison and every Po' person who keeps on keeping on everyday in Amerikkka No Matta Wut!

Stay Tuned for the media series on poor families in resistance in Amerikkka


Winners of the Journalism Fellowship on Poverty

Marguerite Casey Foundation is pleased to announce the winners of the foundation’s Journalism Fellowship on Poverty, which aims to increase the public’s and policymakers’ understanding of poverty through journalism. Winners will produce at least one in-depth story or short series illustrating how language, culture and race influence public attitudes and policy about poor people. Three recipients were chosen from among many outstanding applications:

Fellowship Recipients:

  • Pam Dempsey – Urbana, IL
  •   Lisa “Tiny” Gray-Garcia – San Francisco, CA

Scholarship Recipient:

  • Holly Martinez – Renton, WA

Fellows will each receive a stipend of $4,000 and up to $1,000 for travel costs; Scholars will each receive a stipend of $1,000 and up to $800 for travel. Check back here for links to the winners’ stories as they are published.

“Journalists can have a significant impact on changing the public narrative about poor people. It is our hope that these fellowships and scholarships will help put the issues of families and poverty front and center in the public debate and elevate the voices of families in policymaking,” said Luz Vega-Marquis, president and CEO of Marguerite Casey Foundation.

Several times in these forums it is felt by racists on as the India receives a little quantity of helps (that other refuses the India), but the poor one still understood, to few hundreds of million persons and such insults are felt racist insults because of these peanuts.
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