Youth Justice


The Green Planet

Final paper by Kimo Umu.
 

P.O.C.

Final paper for Decolonized English class by Ziair Hughes
 

 

Shots Fired

She took shifts sitting by both her son's sides after they both were shot and almost murdered by a lone police officer in Olympia Washington.

As she sat at her son's hospital bed sides she heard on the news of what happened. The news blasted the radio traffic call the officer had made to dispatch about the shooting that late evening/early morning when he shot both her sons.

Hoarding Mama Earth

Hoarding Mama Earth

 A WeSearch Release & Demand for Radical Redistribution to build Homefulness #2  by Formerly homeless Youth & Family Poverty Skolaz at POOR Magazine/Deecolonize Academy

WeSearch def: Poor People-led Research- a POOR Magazine project

Protect The Children

With the recent stories of crimes and violations against children hitting the media airwaves, there will always be worry and rage over why children have to be victimized and exploited in such a cruel way and what is the solution.

 

Invasion of the Tent Snatchers II- San Francisco City Hall

Wed, 01/23/2019 - 5:00pm - 5:30pm

WeSearch Release-

Where: San Francisco City Hall- Polk street side-

When: 5:00pm Wed, Jan 23rd

As a follow-up to our October 2018 WeSearch Release - Poor, Unhoused (unbedded) San Francisco residents will release our 2nd WeSearch (Poor People-led research) data on the ongoing theft of 410 tents belonging to houseless residents by the new mayoral administration of San Francisco.

Interdependence is against the law-period!

Image: Corey Jackson (Little C-Note) on the Ellen DeGeneres show

 

Always Being Whipped Harder: Black Children= Harsher punishment

The subject of whether or not Black students and other children of color receive harsher punishments than their counterparts has been a conversation that’s been ignored for too long.

Violent Transportation- Ode to Nia Wilson & all our folks who lost their lives on BART

 

“Bart needs to step it up!”- Mother of Nia Wilson

 

At a candlelight vigil at MacArthur BART held for 18 year old Nia, she was remembered as a beautiful, kind soul who had a passion for music and helping people.

 

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