Arts


Krip Hop Nation Presents Africa To U.S.A @ Cafe Leila

Fri, 07/12/2019 - 7:00pm - 9:30pm

Krip Hop Nation Presents Africa To U.S.A @ Cafe Leila

Address: 1724 CA-123, Berkeley, CA 94702

Krip Hop Nation Presents Africa To U.S.A @ All Of Us Or None

Wed, 07/10/2019 - 7:00pm - 9:00pm

Krip Hop Nation Presents Africa To U.S.A @ All Of Us Or None 

Address: 4400 Market St. , Oakland, CA

Krip Hop Nation Presents Africa To U.S.A @ Eastside Arts (East Oakland)

Sun, 07/07/2019 - 2:00pm - 5:00pm

 Krip Hop Nation Presents Africa To U.S.A @ Eastside Arts (East Oakland) 

Address: 2277 International Blvd, Oakland, CA 94606

 

FRIDAY- Poverty Skolaship: Teatro De Los Pobres/Theatre of the Poor Hits the Stage!!!

Fri, 06/07/2019 - 7:30pm - 9:30pm

Unhoused Mothers, Immigrant/Indigenous Families, Youth & Disabled Elders Create Beautiful liberation Theatre 

Looking Out of Windows that Aren't There

Poetry from the Poverty Skolaz Theatre/Poetry Writing Workshop in Occupied Seminole Territory (St Petersburg, Florida) at the Misio Dei Church with unhoused parishioners of Misio Dei and members of the Refuge Ministry of Tampa Bay.

 

Uncle Al /Mama Dee Living Library Opening at Homefulness

Tue, 05/07/2019 - 6:02pm - 7:00pm

Join us for the Humble (yet Grand) Opening of the Uncle Al/Mama Dee Living Library on the sacred land us landless peoples call Homefulness -a homeless/landless peoples self-determined solution to homelessness.

Green Book to Best of Enemies - Poverty Skolaz in Film

“Put that fruit back,” says Mahershala Ali as the pianist Don Shirley to Viggo Mortensen as Frank "Tony the Lip" Vallelonga in the movie Green Book, with controlled disdain for Tony.

Green Book to the Best of Enemies- Poverty Skolaz in Film

From Green Book to the Best of Enemies 

Poverty Skolaz in Movies 

 

The United Snakkkes Called US- ReViEWsforTheReVolution Review of the Movie US

The new beautiful Jordan Peele movie “US” is about so many things- from false borders to charity industrial complexes to parenting to colonial borders, detention centers and the plantation prison nation all the way through embedded with Christian biblical doomsday allegories, Indigenous iconography and wite-science.  But first and foremost its about the horror movie called Life, the horror of not “seeing” each other- the horror of what I call “the violent act of looking away,” the horrific implica

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