Indigenous Resistance

Poema para pachamama/Poem for Mother Earth 2010: Marlon Crump's Poem

Tuesday, April 27, 2010

The Sun you clouded, the Sons you ousted

It was all here for you to feast

But you shared your crops and lives, even died for the nature of the beast.

fruit from the poisonous tree

Replaced by sons hung who grew land

Every single seed in it sad, sullen, and

Seething by the misdeeds, and acts of man

Seeds of man, seeds of woman

stricken with sicknesses to slow death

Health in the greeds, in the hands of wealth

The sun you clouded, the sons you ousted

Round ray of light for existence,

in great peril from the fires ignited

Poema para pachamama/Poem for Mother Earth 2010: An indigenous healing in honor of Earth Day 2010

Ingrid de Leon
Tuesday, April 27, 2010

Que rico olor de la tiera agradable porque esta mojada

Me recuerda al campo que me vio crecer

El olor incomparable .cuando cahe la llubia en primabera

Los arboles se sienten cortesudos y moroñosos

!como se siente la tierra por las mañanas cuando caee el llelo!

Escucho el aire por las ramas de los arboles y veo como las hojas se mueben de un lado a otro . con un silbido suabe .

Me recuerdo de aquellas lindas tardes .

Sin contaminascion! en el bello campo!

For Our Ancestors Who were Removed, Displaced & Evicted: POOR Magazine's First Annual TAKING BACK THE LAND CEREMONY

Tiny aka Lisa Gray-Garcia, poverty scholar, welfareQUEEN and Daughter of Dee and co-editor of POOR Magazine/PoorNEwsNetwork
Thursday, August 14, 2008

Be bop bebop..bop..bop

San Francisco is NOT Florida! civil rights and voting rights violations in our Mayoral Election

Tuesday, February 17, 2004;

"We have been Florida for a long time" a small circle of civil rights activists, media and concerned citizen's formed a tight circle on the steps of City Hall last Thursday as Willie ratcliff, publisher of the SF Bayview spoke at a press conference exposing the frightening allegations of voter abuse that occurred in the recent San Francisco mayoral race, "I am really glad to see this come up - we have been trying to get this story out for a long time - this is nothing new"

Rites of Passage: Bay Area Native & African Youth release the third issue of SNAG Magazine and CD

A POOR Magazine ReVieWsForTHeReVoltuIon

Friday, February 27, 2004

POOR MAgazine's ReViEw cru had the pleasure of attending the SNAG (Seventh Native American Generation) release party at Oaklands Black Box last Friday night.

"in this issue we explore rites of passage - life changing experiences that have made us who we are today. Whether it be a coming of age ceremony, a rough year in high school or a moment shared with grandfather... we have all lived through times that have shaped us as people...excerpt from SNAG's 3rd issue

Arte, Colores y el Hijo de Pancho Villa/Art, Color and Pancho Villa's son

Editors Note: Ernesto Nava Villa passed onto his spirit journey last week... so we have re-posted this piece from October honoring Don Ernesto

The community gathers to celebrate ethnic studies 40th year anniversary at Corazon Del Pueblo in East Oakland

Tiny aka Lisa Gray-Garcia/PNN
Sunday, October 11, 2009;

The blessings began the moment i walked in the magical path winding me through ropa y colores, jugetes y arte - each calavera whispered to me about rios and tierras stolen, remembered and dreamed about by indigenous peoples across pacha mama.

Resisting Imperialism:The Afrikan People's Revolutionary Party speaks at Indigenous Peoples' Day

Marlon Crump/PNN
Wednesday, August 15, 2007;

"We are all living in an imperialistic country, an imperialistic government, in an imperialistic world."

In Honor of Mama Dee- African/Taino/Roma Skolar for without whom there would be no me

The Passing of POOR Magazine's Mama Dee

The Passing of POOR Magazine's Mama Dee


by Tiny


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