Poverty Hero Jazzie Collins: Rest in Peace and in Power! We love you!

“Sweet Tea”
(For Jazzie upon receiving the LGBT person of the year award at the State Capitol)

She was shuffled
Back and forth,
Shaking hands and
Wading through a
Passel of dignitaries
At the state capitol

She had woken early
As flowers
The bird fluttering

Sping Art and Literature

The San Francisco Living Wage Coalition invites you to our second annual Spring Art and Literature Gala "Re-Claiming Cinco De Mayo"

Redstone building #302

2940-16th San Francisco

International Workers Day 2013

The Eric Quezada Center For Culture and Politics is Celebrating Unity and Solidarity with Migrante/Inmigrante workers all over the world.

ACCE Releases Report on Wells Fargo's damage to California's communities

Listen to your soul's voice,

it'll tell you what

you should do”

--Displayed on the screen of

a Wells Fargo Bank ATM



Hard News at the Clinic: The Voices in Poverty Resist Series!

November 20th, 2012

I was working at K-Mart Company, as a part-time employee with no health coverage, working four hours a day. My work schedule changed weekly. When I became ill, I could not take time off to go see a doctor even if I could afford the appointment. My weekly wage was minimum: $7/hour. Just enough to pay rent, buy food, and pay for transportation.


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