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POOR Magazine Revolutionary Journalism, poetry, & prose on issues of poverty, racism, disability, in/migration, border fascism, incarceration, welfare (de)form, profiling, indigenous resistance, art, media, and more by the folks who experience these struggles first-hand.

(POOR Magazine -The print edition- Is currently out of print due to lack of funding. Some copies of Volume #4: MOTHERS still available by mail order. Contact deeandtiny@poormagazine.org)

Blogs and Journalizm by Poverty Skolaz locally and globally linked below:

Youth Skolaz Have A Dream... Dedicated to Dr Martin Luther King Jr & All Revolutionary Ancestors

Editors Note: The following Dreams were created by students of Deecolonize Academy's Revolutionary Journalism Class in honor of revolutionary ancestor Dr Martin Luther King Jr and his famous Speech " I have a Dream".  (All of our youth skolaz are fluent in Ebonics and don't power the kkkolonizers language any higher than their indigenous languages- even though they do know so-called "English" well and know how and when to code-switch when necessary- however in this piece they chose to publish their pieces in their favorite tongues)

The King & His Unsung Heroes & Sheroes (Poem) After Reading Deric Gilliard's book, Unsung Heroes and Sheroes who marched with Dr. Martin Luther King

Every year during MLK month I reread two books, The King & His Unsung Heroes & Sheroes & Why We Can't Wait.  I wrote this poem years ago.

 

We are all connected from Standing Rock to Oakland

“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

Behold-Jane the GentriFUker & Conscious the Crakkker- Post Trump Infiltration Tactics

All my life my mama would use/utilize my light-skinned-ness to survive. Land-stealers, harassing kkkops, evicting sheriffs, kkkort judges and poverty pimps working on scarcity models,  I was there.

THE FIRST DEAF RAPPER IN AFRICA, Lal Daggy Explains His Story & Is Looking Forward to Krip-Hop Nation's South Africa Tour

My names are Douglas Munyendo aka Lal Daggy, I am 25 year old. I am a performing deaf rapper and musician. Who is located in a country called Kenya at the capital city (Nairobi).

Poor Peoples Don't Have Presidents - RAD & Other Pre-Trump Anti-black, Anti-Poor Laws & Demand for Reparations

Poor , unhoused/barely housed,indigenous, disabled, Black, Brown, and Red peoples don't have presidents - we have prison wardens, police, sheriffs, anti-social workers, landlords, judges, bailiffs, poverty pimps, case manglers,ICE agents, CPS workers, and debt collectors.
 

The Cracker Colonizer "Won" but so does Interdependence, Change, Self-determination and ALL of US

This country was stolen by hate-filled, manipulative wealth-hoarding colonizers like Trump who raped, abused, and murdered 1st peoples of this land and bought, sold, raped and killed other humans for free labor. Trump is already here. He has been here for 525 years.

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

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