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“This is like the Santa Rita Bus,” I whispered as I looked over at my comrade revolutionary Aunti Frances Moore’s terrified eyes. We’ve both ridden the bus that carries homeless and other “criminal” people to Santa Rita County Jail. I could barely utter a whisper, lost in my own fear of incarceration and endless criminalization as an unhoused poor person in stolen Turtle Island.
A List of does of Krip-Hop Nation/Leroy in 2017 It's HUUUUUGE!! Listen to Rinnessy talk About Krip-Hop Nation
- Krip-Hop Nation tenth anniversary with DJ Quad CD late Jan.
- Black Kripple new EP, Krip-Blues Stories, Feb.
- Leroy Moore's Children Book, Black Disability Art History 101 will be publish by Xochitl Justice Press and illustrations by Asian Robles. late Feb.
- Krip-Hop Nation's All Women CD. Compile by Lisa Ganser and Vita E. Cleveland in March
- Krip-Hop Nation Bay Area Tour July
- Joe Capers' Month August Film, Naru. August
Top 20 List of Krip-Hop Nation’s (Musicians Only) Best Interviews with Links on Poor Magazine From the Beginning to Now
Well it's that time again, ringing in a New Year, 2017. This year, 2016, Krip-Hop Nation gears up for our tenth anniversary, in 2017, and we go back to the benning of this column & make up our top twenty best interviews on Krip-Hop Nation column at POOR Magazine. It was very hard but here it is with links.
1) Elder Jazz Great Tells It Like It Is: Jimmy Scott - http://poormagazine.org/node/2645