Visual Artist Mutual Support Networks and the Art of Resistance Movement- Notes from the Inside

Tiny - Posted on 23 May 2016

Yafeu Iyapo- Plantation Prison Scholar

The Poor Magazine Family Visual Artist Mutual Support Networks and the Art of Resistance Movement presents:

In the Spirit of Proverbs 29:18

The Visual Secret Powers of Grassroots Activism.

Our Mission: For over 40 plus years, a mass number of our Beloved Family Members, have repeatedly been taken captive, wrongfully convicted, shackled inside of all manner of state sponsored Human Torture Chambers- and then tormented by the openly anti-christian conditions of becoming almost completely:




                Economically Power-Less.

But thankfully, several members of the Poor Magazine Family have recently agreed to help rebuild an on-going series of grassroots community outreach networking projects that are most vital to self-liberate the minds, bodies, and souls of all of our poor and oppressed communities on both sides of these  captive and non-captive prison walls!

So please come and join some of our alternative DIY (or do-it-yourself) models of new and/or improved:

1.       Educational Self-Help Training Programs

2.       Economic Self-Employment Training Programs

3.       Economic Freedom, Economic Justice, and Economic Self-Empowerment Movements.

That are specifically designed to not only legally self-remedy far more of our own most common family, social, and economic survival problems, ASAP!! But, in addition to ALL of our visual arts related self-help projects, are deeply rooted in the language of specific purpose of the below CCR, Title 15 authorities. See Sec 317. General Visiting. At (a.) These regulations are made in recognition and consideration of the value of inmate visitations as a means of

1.       Increasing safety in prisons

2.       Maintaining family and community connections

3.       Preparing inmates for successful release and rehabilitation.

And Behold: Is it Not True??? That the most recent collection(s) of still captive Visual Artwork, one page Education self-help fliers and other grassroots community outreach networking projects that has been visualized and self-produced by one of our Adopted Kindred Spirtits named Minister Baba Yafeu Iyapo-I. Is a very Back to Basics/and hands-on examples of how we, working together, as a combined team-based effort, can begin to achieve an on-going list of greatly needed self-help victories on both sides of these extremely isolated prison walls.


The Poor Magazine Family

Contact: Yafeu Iyapo-I

S/N L. Alexander, B-72288

Cell: A2-118, Po Box 7500

Crescent City, CA 95532


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