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Black Disabled South African College Student, Kanyisa Ntombini, Talks About Student Protests On Campuses & Moore! sticky icon

(Leroy Moore’s Note:  As you know Krip-Hop Nation have been connecting with musicians/activists with disabilities around the world for years especially in Africa and Krip-Hop Nation will be touring South Africa in November-December 10th.  Leroy has been following the protests on college campuses in South Africa especially at University of Cape Town with disabled activist, Kanyisa Ntombini who have been organizing Black disabled poor students around disability justice issue on that campus.  Kanyisa recorded an update for Krip-Hop Nation & Poor Magazine.  B

The Sacred Mauna Kea Needs Your Help

Take Action for Mauna A Wākea!!! Please let them know they need to Divest from Desecration!!!!

 

Joint statement against the incarceration "detention" and raids on Indigenous Refugees from Central and Southern Turtle Island and all of Mama Earth

The following is a joint statement against the incarceration "detention" and raids on Indigenous Refugees from Central and Southern Turtle Island and all of Mama Earth by the International and local movements/Organizations listed below. 
 

Hit Me Bruh! Thoughts on the Last Black Man in San Francisco

Hit me with something real.  Hit me with what I am.  Hit me with my pent up rage.  Hit me with everything that’s been taken from you, me, us—our city.  Last black man, first black man, and all black men in between; hit me in the solar nexus, the crossroads, the migration, the displacement, the toxicity—I want it all, I want it all back.  Last Black Man in San Francisco, a pause in the sound of the heartbeat of two young black men, a pause that expands and captures the history of a people—the black community of San Francisco—in all its l

The Green Planet

Final paper by Kimo Umu.
 

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Final paper for Decolonized English class by Ziair Hughes
 

 

Presence, Prayer & Procession of the Housed for the Unhoused

As I looked up at a bus stop on my route home, I recall thinking about the choice I had in that moment to show up or plead exhaustion and go home. Home. I have a home. The irony that I was choosing between going back to the comfort of my house or to a rally explicitly for the housed to show up for the unhoused is more obvious to me now.

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