Media Justice/Media Resistance


They came for us in the morning: What prison officials don’t want you to know about the raid on 200+ incarcerated Black people at Soledad

Emmett Till, the Scottsboro Boys, the Central Park 5, and the list goes on. The ramifications of being falsely accused of a crime in America can be, and often has been, deadly for Black people.

PoLice Terrorized For Being Houseless- My Mama's Story

Sudden knocking in the middle of the night on the battered door of the taped together 1970 Ford Station Wagon. Lights shining through the window, so much harsher than usual against the darkness that blanketed the area where the car was parked. A scared daughter and her weary mother, tired after many of these nights, most of them ending with one of them in jail, after being nearly beaten. 

 

Homefulness 2

The youth did WeSearch about the vacant lots that were empty for days, maybe months.The youth skolas called the owners of the vacant lots. And Decolonize got one of the vacant lots and is building another Homefulness. 

Homefulness 2

My name is Ziair and as I walk on the campus and get ready for summer camp at Deecolonize Academy, I sit down and eat. Then we did martial arts with Brother Mink.

Apply for People Skool August 2020- Decolonization/Degentrifukation Seminar for People with Race, Class and/or Formal Education Privilege

This summer's People Skool for people with race, class and/or formal education privilege is coming up on August 29 and 30th! This workshop is aimed at service providers, media creators, educators, organizers, researchers, artists, legislators, policy-makers, donors/philanthropists, students, community members- anyone who wants to learn about following Black, Indigenous POC and poor leadership and aligning your work with poor people-led self determination movements. 

 

Fourth of July in City Terrace

At Herbert Circle the view reaches from Eastside to San Pedro, from the Chicano Alps to shores of the North Pacific.

People hurry here from carne asada and weenie grills to huddle in the middle of the street.

To seize from the holiday a way of seeing themselves in their own light.

 

In anticipation for darkness to come rushing, for the show to begin,

I was early to stand among the crowd.

 

Following the first explosion from an artillery shell others take flight.

In an instant, night is set on fire.

Justice for Steven Taylor

Photo- Steven Taylor. Source Lee Merritt

 

 

Defund police, Fund humanity

“We pay your salaries and you have your assault rifles ready to shoot us unarmed protesters!?!? Stop paying them, people!” A poverty skolar shouted from the crowd where about 100 people had gathered in front of the Tenderloin police station in SF to speak up against police terror, murder and blantant brutality that is swiftly plauging many states in the nation once again.

Black Death

image: kiran nigam (insta: @kiranmnigam)

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