Youth Justice

Freedom from Bullying

I don’t wanna go to school, I hate it! Everyday it’s the same thing. I have to endure being bullied, like when I was in the third grade I ran to the restroom crying because I had had enough. I stayed in there because I didn’t have to worry about the bullying in there, the name calling, pulling my ponytails or saying ugly things about me, that was my safe haven. As I sat there I felt nobody liked me or loved me.

TONITE:Born N Raised in Frisco Presents- A Living Herstory Project of the Al Robles Living Library @ 518 Valencia

Fri, 04/13/2012 - 6:30pm - 9:02pm

Born N Raised in Frisco - a writing and art project of the Uncle Al Robles Living Library @ POOR Magazine & PeopleSkool/Escuela de la gente Graduation Crawl & Party

Trayvon is my son

For Trayvon, Ramarley, Oscar and Kenneth Harding and all of their mamaz


Trayvon is my son

and my brother and my uncle

and my coz-zin

and that aint no riddle

Property Monopoly

Property Monopoly- A poem for all Displaced peoples across Pachamama-( and the people that displace them)


Property Monopoly

buys one house

then the other

Evicts all the families

even their mothers


Moves People Out

Moves people in

Buys another house

but never sees within


"Clean up the Neighborhood",


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