Youth Justice


In Honor of All Victims of Hiroshima/ Nagasaki and the Fukushima Tragedy

Revolutionary Legos is an ongoing series by Tiburcio and Tiny using Legos to teach on acts of repression and domination to poor peoples of color and indigneous peoples across Pachamama

TONIGHT @ 5pm-OFF-PlanTation Plays:Revolutionary Youth Media Education (RYME) Graduation

Thu, 07/28/2011 - 5:00pm - 7:00pm

OFF-Plantation Plays for Black August & PeopleSkool Graduation Crawl
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Poison on Our Plate-The Introduction- A Public Education Project of POOR Magazine

From several hundred pesticides and toxic levels of radiation in our air and water, to poisons and frog genes in our milk and tomatoes, the youth and adult skolaz in the Revolutionary Youth Media Education (RYME) & PeopleSkool Summer Session of 2011 uncovered frightening facts about the food we eat, the air we breathe and the water we drink every day in the US.

Poison on Our Plate- A RYME/PeopleSkool Report for POOR Magazine

The Following RYME Youth Skolar Reports were written by the Youth Skolaz for the Poison on Our Plate Project after their extensive research, We-Search (as we call it at POOR Magazine) and interviews with Eric Mar who proposed a legislation to prevent San Francisco restaurants from including a toy in their meals.

 

Brother, Can You Spare a Crumb?- RYME Youth Skolaz Report on Budget Genocide

Brother can you spare me a crumb?
The Following reports on budget genocide were written by the Revolutionary Youth Media Education (RYME) Skolaz at POOR Magazine who attended the Bake Sale for Critical Services at City Hall in San Francisco and interviewed David Campos, SF Board Supervisor.

Access to Health: RYME Youth Skolaz Report on PODER Youth Action

Revolutionary Youth Media Education (RYME) Youth Skolaz report on action by PODER Youth Skolaz for Equal Access to Health in the City-

Too Dangerous to Ride

Riding the bus in our Community is Getting Dangerous
By Dell’Trianna Davis/PoorNewsNetwork Youth Media Skolar

No More Stolen Lives- The Po'Lice Shooting of a 19 year old over a MUNI bus transfer

Press conference was held on Monday, July 18th @ 3rd & Palou- the scene of the shooting, organized by The Idriss Stelly Foundation, Education Not Incarceration, The Bay View Newspaper and POOR Magazine/Prensa POBRe

HOUSING/SHELTER/PIC (PRISON INDUSTRIAL COMPLEX) BLUES: 33,000+ PRISONERS GOTS 2 B FREE...OR IN CITY/COUNTY JAILS...AND WHAT ABOUT THE REST OF US?

"In addition to the allegations of police misconduct that is affecting criminal cases, the D.A.'s office is facing overwhelming caseloads, and the city is preparing for the forthcoming influx of potentially thousands of prisoners after a recent U.S. Supreme Court decision ordered the state {of California} to release or transfer more than 33,000 inmates because of overcrowding."

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