Indigenous Peoples Media Project


Indigenous Plant Restoration Project at Indian Canyon

On April 1, 2012 Indigenous Peoples Media Project of POOR Magazine went with a group of San Francisco State University Native Studies student volunteers who are participating in the Indigenous Plant Restoration Project happening at Indian Canyon, the Only Federally recognized Indian Trust land between San Francisco and Big Sur, and is also off the grid!

Check out what Kanyon Sayers-Roods and Jessica O. say about this beautiful Canyon!

PNN-TV: PHONY2012: 21st Century Kkkolonizers Resisted

A Theatre of the Poor/PeopleSkool Produkshun.

Bear Lodge: A Sacred Site

Many people have seen the movie “Close Encounter of the Third Kind.” Which portray Bear Lodge, this sacred tower as alien visitors from an alien world landing and utilizing as a special place.

(Pacha) Mama's Arms

(dedicated to the powerful roots of the living tree uncovered at HOMEFULNESS asphalt lifting day and all trees cut down because of devil-opment, gentriFUkation and capitalism across Pachamama)

 

Making Herstory: Decolonizing Land One Piece of Concrete/Asphalt at a Time for HOMEFULNESS

Making Herstory: Decolonizing Land One Piece of Concrete/Asphalt at a Time for HOMEFULNESS
By Lisa Tiny Gray-Garcia, Daughter of Dee

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