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POOR People-led/indigenous people led broadcast media deconstructing the lies told about poor folks By Any Means Necessary!

PNN-TV

PNN-TV

POOR People-led/indigenous people led broadcast media deconstructing the lies told about poor folks By Any Means Necessary!

PNN-Radio

PNN-Radio

Revolutionary Radio of unheard voices struggling with poverty, racism, disability, incarceration, migration/immigration locally and globally- produced youth, adult and elder poverty scholars at POOR Magazine

POOR Magazine

POOR Magazine

Revolutionary Journalism 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 Press

POOR Press

Since its inception in 2003, POOR Press has provided revolutionary media access for the silenced voices of hundreds of youth, adult and elder poverty scholars by publishing their books of artwork, poetry and short stories, thereby sharing their urgently needed scholarship, voices and solutions with the world.

Indigenous People's Media Project

Indigenous People's Media Project

Media, art and resistance produced by indigenous peoples across pachamama (mother earth)

Voces de inmigrantes en resistencia

Voces de inmigrantes en resistencia

El proyecto de justicia a través de la educación bilingüe, el periodismo y los medios de comunicación para los migrantes y sabios de la pobreza.

Bi-lingual education, journalism and media justice project for migrant and poverty scholars.

Youth in Media

Youth in Media

Media produced, edited, written and broadcasted by youth skolaz locally and globally and/or stories on Youth Justice.

Krip Hop Nation

Krip Hop Nation

Disabled voices of the music industry present, past and future

LONG LIVE BLACK AUGUST! VITA WA WATU!

“Settle your quarrels, come together, understand the reality of our situation, understand that fascism is already here, that people are already dying who could be saved, that generations more will live poor butchered half-lives if you fail to act. Do what must be done; discover your humanity and your love in revolution.”

Po' Food Kills more Poor People than Guns

Youth Poverty Scholars Investigative Team #100 - Sahara, Seven, Zosia & Sasha Findings

In Deecolonize Academy/POOR Magazine summer camp, we researched food from a local liquor store in our black and brown community. We broke into two investigative youth groups and we looked at, the healthy and unhealthy benefits in the food.

The Razor Wire Plantations & Penal Abolition -Report back and Reflections from a Poverty Skola on ICOPA 17

We walk back and forth in a jail-cel everyday -its called your doorways
tent cities
Bus benches
and Metal chairs in the emergency room
waiting to be seen…
excerpt from the PoorHouse to the JailHouse by tiny

“Prison abolition is different than penal abolition- we don’t just want to get rid of the structures- we want to get rid of the whole system that functions to destroy people, said Ashanti Alston, Black Panther and penal abolitionist.

Movmiento Sin Teirra: Oppressed Peoples Herstory Final

The landless people's movement is located in Brazil the idea of the project is to grow their own food instead of killing off their people and also to get the farmers back their land so they can have collective living and live in harmony.

MOVE Africa: Oppressed Peoples Herstory Final

Just to start off, Philadelphia is one of the most racist states in the U.S now. Imagine how racist it was in the middle of the Civil Rights movement.

Shack Dwellers Movement in South Africa: Oppressed People Herstory Final

UN-Habitat, The UN’s human settlements program, states that the number of people living in slum conditions is now estimated at 863 million, which was only a couple hundred million less in the 1990’s.

 

ROOFLess Radio

RoofLESS Radio in West Oakland talking to the houseless people the REAL revolutionary the ones braving it out in the hard cold of the streets. Take in some of their knowledge and watch the RoofLESS Radio.

10 years 2007-2017 The Best of Krip-Hop Nation. Happy B. Day KHN

Press Release

January/2017

Krip-Hop Nation Tenth Anniversary CD Leroy F. Moore Jr.

Filipino American History--Our Legacy is Not for Sale!

I am proud to be Filipino, Filipino-American.  I am proud of our legacy in America.  I love the laughter and resilience of my people.  I love the sound of their laughter, their thick voices of different tongues.  I love my people 365 days a year.  I love the Filipino youth who stand up for their community.  I love our generosity.  I love how gracious we are while at the same time possess the fiercest fire when defending our community.  The sun rises

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