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Krip Hop is a project featuring people with disabilities inside and outside the music industry, locally and globally.

 

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Yes, It Goes Deeper Than Training, Police Shooting Arnaldo Rios Soto Interview with Matthew Dietz, Attorney for the Family of Arnaldo Rios Soto

I watched the police shoot another black man, while aiming at an autistic man of color. You’ve probably seen it on Google. I watched it as a Black disabled activist that has reported on police brutality cases since the late 80’s. I watched them shoot Charles Kinsey as he tried to calm down Arnaldo Eliud Rios Soto as he held a small toy truck in his hands. The neighbors assumed the toy truck was a gun and called the police. The police came. Shoot the black social worker on the scene, and said they meant to hit the autistic man with the toy.

 

Autistic Teenagers & Young Adults In Hotter Than July: Police Brutality

Stevie Wonder’s title of his September 28th, 1980 album, Hotter Than July can describe what teenagers & young adults with autism are feeling this year. Although we celebrated the 26th birthday of the Americans with Disabilities Act; it’s been very hot for teens & young adults with autism in cities all over the US not because of the Summer sun but because of police shootings/brutality from Miami, FL to Chicago, ILL to San Francisco & Burbank, CA against them.

Government & Disability Activism In Nigeria 


Leroy Moore:   Thank you Julius Shemang for agreeing to be interview.  Now I want to go back in time and can you give us brief historical roots of Nigeria from the time of independence from United Kingdom to now.

 

Mother/Activist, Kerima Çevik, Tells Why Police Crisis/Disability Training Is Not The Answer

photo description:  Kerima Cevik, Black woman with two braids & eye glasses holds a Krip-Hop Nation/5th Battalion CD on police brutality against people with disabilities.

 

From Writing Hip-Hop Lyrics to Activism to Motherhood, Heather Waltkins Shares Common Experiences & More

I’ve been in San Francisco, CA since 1991 but I’m originally from New York//CT.  People call the Bay area the bubble and I agree with the nice weather, what used to be liberalism, all year around vegetables and fruits you can get spoiled or think that this is the only place to live.  

Upcoming Film, A Small Temporary Inconvenience, Black Disabled Civcil Rights Activist, George Eames, In Louisiana 1950’’s- the 90’s

(Pic of George Washington Eames, Jr. aka Mr. Civil Rightssitting in his wheelchair with a Black hat, Black jacket covering a white shirt and a colorful tie)

Leroy Moore: So, give us your name.

Cleveland Bailey Jr.: OK, my official name is Cleveland Bailey Jr., but everybody calls me Cleve.

Leroy Moore: All right, Cleve. Can I call you Cleve?

Cleveland Bailey Jr.: Certainly.

Stevie Wonder's Activism Can't Be Laugh/Wash Away

Stevie Wonder's Activism Can't Be Laughed/Washed Away

 

As we all know, well at least Stevie Wonder's hard core fans, that Wonder is more than a musician from his days of fighting against apartheid of South Africa to donating his own money to make sure technology is accessible to people with disabilities to being the key activist/musician to push for a Martin Luther King Jr. Holiday and even today as an UN Ambassador of people with disabilities.  

 

Krip-Hop Nation Breaks Down Lyrics Series continues with George TraGiC Doman Remix Tupac Brenda Got A Baby

Welcome back to Krip-Hop Nation Breaks Down Lyrics Series in this issue we talk about George TraGiC Doman remake of Tupac Shakur’s 1991 song “Brenda’s Got a Baby”. This project was a collaboration between Krip-Hop Nation, Rob Da Noize Temple, music producer. We were going to make a video but it never came together.

Black Disabled Radical Activism Back in The Day: Harriet Tubman 2016

 Do you know Harriet Tubman bought property for a home for elderly and disabled free Black people.

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