Fall 2010 Session of PeopleSkool/Escuela de la gente- Click on PeopleSkool/Escuela de la gente to download the schedule
Picture featured online at FederalJack.com Conspiracy is No Longer Theory.
“They (young men of color) are murdered twice, by the cops and……....... by the media!” Riveting words from D’andre, lead speaker following the march on October 22nd National Day of Protest to Stop Police Brutality, Repression, and Criminalization of a Generation.
Navajo Nation Council Tables Water Rights Settlement
Grassroots Dine’ (Navajo) Vow to Stand Against Oppression
WINDOW ROCK, AZ – Due to pressure from the community, the Navajo Nation Council decided to put off voting on the Northeastern Arizona Indian Water Rights Settlement Agreement (NAIWRSA) and gave one week for public review but did not specify what the review would look like. The Council is set to consider the legislation again on Friday, October 8th but the date is subject to change.
San Francisco Family Law Commissioner Marjorie A. Slabach was featured as a "queen" alongside of other California county judges in "Familawt" years ago. Picture featured on the Rogues Gallery at http://home.earthlink.net/~elnunes/camelot.htm Silenced Mamas Speak back to Commissioner Slabach!
Keys to a better community: The James Keys Story
One of a series of pre-election stories on PNN
Saturday, July 17, 2010;
“Housing, income (other poverty-related issues), I feel that the people don’t feel they have a voice or a choice. When election time comes, that’s when other people (candidates) will engage them.” James Keys, candidate for District 6 Supervisor stated to me in an interview, on June 24th, 2010.
A Poor People-Led Revolution
By Teresa Molina
The 2009 National Health Care for the Homeless conference