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Revolutionary unseen artists, silenced voices, theatre, books, films, music, spoken word, performance, actions and events

ANARCHY AND REVOLUTION R US, PART 1: A REVIEW FOR THE REVOLUTION OF URSULA K. LEGUIN'S The Dispossessed

 

ANARCHY AND REVOLUTION R US, PART 1:  A REVIEW FOR THE REVOLUTION

By Thornton Kimes

 

We recently published what others call a “white paper” on the necessity of giving up reliance on other people, chiefly the Po’Lice, to solve problems we can and should deal with ourselves.  That is nested inside a bigger necessity:  how do we change the world from one where people are exploited, or exploiters, into one where that doesn’t happen?

A Journey to Publishing Access: POOR Press Book Release 2009

POOR Press 2009 authors at Revolution Books

Marlon Crump/PNN
Monday, November 9, 2009

Terrorism 101: Opium's Debut Album Review

Artwork by http://www.myspace.com/opium415

Terrorism 101: Opium's Debut Album

A PNN ReViEwsForTheReVoLuTioN Music Review

Marlon Crump/PNN
Sunday, December 20, 2009

Hotel Voices: The Review

HOTEL VOICES: THE REVIEW

BY

MARLON CRUMP/PNN

Tuesday February 9th, 2010

The Revolutionary Theatre project co-written, co-directed and acted by writers, artists and poets currently living, surviving and sometimes thriving in Single Room Occupancy Hotels (SRO) aka poor people housing in the Bay Area.

Don't lose your music: worker scholar whose power comes from within

Tony Robles
Friday, November 14, 2008;

Time Warp

He wears a white
T shirt with a
Gold chain dangling
From his neck

Calls everybody
Homey, even the
White guys

Carries a mini
Boom box
Radio

He’s 44 years old
And has never
Held a job

He had a bad
Car accident that
Left him disabled

He now works in a
Warehouse heat sealing
Cellophane packages

People Get Ready: In Honor of Curtis Mayfield

Tony Robles/PNN
Thursday, October 2, 2008;

People get ready
There's a train-a-comin
You dont need no baggage
You just get on board

--Curtis Mayfield

From Black Streaks to White Streaks: A Racist 2008 Olympics

Tony Robles/PNN
Thursday, October 2, 2008;

I saw my uncle Anthony the other day. He is a street minister. He walks Market Street passing out tracts. "Im working for the lord now", he says, after a lifetime of janitorial duties. "It may not pay very much, but the retirement plan is out of this world". He talks to the hustlers and players. Tells them to get ready.

Two-Spirits: a movie about Fred Martinez Jr

Mari V. Tuesday, April 13, 2010;

When I was little, I always knew my biological father was different than other dads. I used to tell my childhood friends, "My Dad acts like your Mom." I remember the times when he would realize he would seem more feminine and then try to 'buck up' and act more masculine. I thought it was always funny, and didn't really understand it when I was little. I remember telling him, "Dad, I like it more when your like a girl instead of you trying to be a boy."

JailHouse Lawyers- a ReViewSforTheReVoLution

PNN reviews Mumia Abu Jamal's powerful new book

PNN reviews Mumia Abu Jamal's powerful new book

 
 

by Marlon Crump/PNN

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