Media Justice/Media Resistance


Market Street Myth #1: economic and racial cleansing in San Francisco is promoted by the mainstream media.

Tiny (aka Lisa Gray-Garcia)
Tuesday, July 10, 2001

“Hey Tiny …Wassup – how ya Doin?” I was walking down Market Street from Eighth Street. The sun was peeking out from its delicate veil of semi-tropical clouds. Bits of its yellow sheen glistened on the newly washed cement of the wide sidewalk. When I heard that distinctive singsong rasp I knew it had to be Jonny Martinez, a homeless vet and staff writer for POOR Magazine who was sitting at a outdoor deli café drinking his morning latte, all $2.00 of it.

“Hey Wassup Jonny? I’m great, how are you?- ”I answered.

La revolucion comienza con migo!/The Revolution begins with I! The Story of Mission Resistance

Tiny aka Lisa Gray-Garcia, co-teacher, poverty scholar and daughter of Dee
Thursday, April 16, 2009

"My name is Vinnie and I make a living with this," his hands were small and Columbian--coffee brown, each finger scarred with the struggle of homelessness, racism and poverty as he carefully unfolded a 12-inch cardboard sign upon which was meticulously printed black letters stating "Starvin Like Marvin". (A reference to one of the famous sayings of middleweight boxing champion Marvin Hagler.)

ANY WHITE SPACE LEFT FOR ME? race and class analysis was scarce at the National Conference on Media Reform

Tiny/PNN
Tuesday, July 1, 2008

"It's the snow that appears late at night on our TV... it can reach across oceans and mountain ranges and beyond...it has the potential to provide a channel of access to many independent broadcasters, which is why the big telecoms are trying to seize it,"explained Eloise Rose Lee, from Media Alliance based in California, one of five people speaking at "The Future of the Internet" panel at the National Conference of Media Reform held in Minneapolis last week

Giuliani Time: Just When You Thought You Knew How Evil He Is! A ReVieWfortHeReVoluTion of the documentary 'Giuliani Time.'

tiny/PNN
Wednesday, December 5, 2007

"Peddlers, panhandlers and prostitutes, they all need to be cleaned out [of Manhattan]." The first time I heard Rudy Giuliani speak was on a NBC nightly news broadcast. It was 1996. I was living in Oakland, Calif., at the time -- 3,000 miles away from Manhattan, where, as mayor, Giuliani was implementing his "clean-up campaign." But the sting of his speech still scared me.

From Amy Goodman To Nadra Foster, Alternatives to Police Terror: POOR Resists Perping Po'Lice Terror, Why Can't Everyone?

Tiny aka Lisa Gray-Garcia/POOR Magazine-PNN
Thursday, October 2, 2008

The officers were waiting, loaded firearms dangling from their wastes, steel filled chests puffed out, glassy stares behind helmets, all three thousand of them - or maybe there were only 8? One got the woman from behind, one got her from the front... they knocked her down, they physically harmed her. She was one woman alone. She was a journalist doing her job. She was attacked by the police for no reason at all. Her only crime was being a media producer in a hostile location.

Digital Colonization: A Challenge for Change On The WWW

Tiny aka Lisa Gray-Garcia/PNN
Tuesday, May 11, 2010

"Real Estate is real"

--Marcel Diallo

 

When they come in their designer suits, driving BMW's and carrying $200 briefcases we see them. We protest, we rally, we organize and then most of the time, we still get evicted, displaced and removed from our neighborhoods, our land, our communities. 

By Not Fearing the System you can Change it! PNN reviews the new COPWATCH training video

Tiny/PNN ReViEwsfOrTheReVoLuTiOn
Thursday, March 25, 2004

"I do not consent to talk to you"
"Am I being detained?
"Am I free to go?"

Another World (Of Media Production) Is Possible:Peoples Media Center/Peoples Press Room at The US Social Forum in Atlanta

Tiny
Wednesday, March 28, 2007

From Jail to Journalism

The morning I got out of jail, I walked through the ice-like streets of Oakland, California touching ivy and running my fingers along the sides of buildings, cars and the trunks of trees. It wasn't that I had forgotten how they felt. It was just to know that they, things, trees, buildings and cars, were still there, even when I wasn't, helped to ease the shudder, the ache and the tension that was now permanently lodged in my head

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