Media Justice/Media Resistance


Immune Tips for COVID-19 (and for cold and flu season in general)

I think it's safe to say that we've all been thinking more about public health and stopping the
spread of viruses over the last few weeks. The need for social distancing right now is high. This
help us to to protect each other (especially those who are elder, immune compromised, or have
other health conditions that make them more vulnerable) from rapid virus spread, and helps to
avoid overwhelming our health system.

Youth Skolaz Report: Permit Gangstas

Below are the reports from the DeeColonize Academy youth skolaz on the POOR Magazine meetings at City Hall trying to challenge the impact fees being imposed on Homefulness. Here is a petition on our behalf.

Photo: DeeColonize Academy youth skolaz learning about the law for self-advocacy at the Alameda County Law Library

 

SB 50- Article One in a Four-Part Series: The Lies, Damn Lies, Statistics, and Capitalism of the California Housing Crisis

As a low-income African-American living in the Bay Area, I have been through all the trials and tribulations the Brothas and Sistas have been through in America, and if I haven’t one of my friends or family members have suffered through it. This is the journey that we call America. A nation founded upon the tenets of patriarchy, white supremacy and hyper- capitalism. Yeah, folks, these are undisputed facts.

Untold, UnSold: Black, Brown,Red, Broke & Disabled Voices in Black History Month

Wed, 02/26/2020 - 5:00pm - 6:00pm

The celebration and reading will take place at:


West Oakland Public Library on Wednesday February 26th 5pm

Address: 1801 Adeline St. Oakland, CA 94607

 

Untold, UnSold: Black, Brown,Red, Broke & Disabled Voices in Black History Month

Thu, 02/20/2020 - 6:02pm - 7:15pm

So far there are three events in February and March- 

*NOTE Time change in West Oakland EVENT 

Feb 20th 6-7ipm - SF Main Branch Library- 100 Larkin St, San Francisco, CA 94102- (Latino Room) As part of SF’s Poet Laureate, Kim Shuck’s Poetry Jam

Feb 26th 5-7:30pm West Oakland Library -1801 Adeline West Oakland, Ca 94605 

March 13th 7pm InTegriTea- 717 Marin - Vallejo, Ca 

Justice for Kayla Moore -Youth Poverty Skola Reports-

Kayla Moore’s Story 
By Amir Hughes
 
Tuesday 2020 January 7, we went to a protest for Kayla Moore because she hasn't had justice from the court or from the police, and the family of Kalya Moore is still fighting.
 

Where Do We Go? An Open Letter to Caltrans and the City of Berkeley

OPEN LETTER TO TONY TOVAREZ, DIRECTOR, DISTRICT 4, CALTRANS AND JESSE ARREGUIN, MAYOR OF BERKELEY FROM THE RESIDENTS OF THE ENCAMPMENTS ON CALTRANS AND CITY OF BERKELEY PROPERTY
 

Roofless Radio Nashville- Q&A with Clarissa Hayes and Open Table

Q: So tell us, how does the po'lice interact with us folks on the street here?

 

Roofless Radio Nashville- Denzel Caldwell

I want to make known some of the work that we're doing here to fight poverty. My name is Denzel Caldwell, I'm one of the co-founders of Nashville Economic Justice Alliance, along with Howard Allen. We're here to reclaim this land.

People Skool for Poverty Skolaz- A Day in My Life

A day they will mark my life.

When people, when they come to hte United States, they right away identify as Americans. They forget about their own culture, they forget about their own families. And some of our family members need support from the family.

And some can actually fit in these USA society. They happen to be people who humiliate anyone. Without knowing that they themselves can also be facing difficult times.

PNN RADIO

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