Poverty Heroes Project


Heaven is in Manilatown

By Marlon Crump/PNN

Heaven's never hard to find
He found it the day he came
Though I knew you a short while
The legend of your strength, courage, and love stretches farther than the Nile
Heaven is now a Manila Town
The angels, elders, dearly departed, and even the birds of the air
wholeheartedly embrace you
Their arms were already open. awaiting the day that you would meet them
Heaven is now a Manila Town
The ethereal ray of light of your soul soaring through the sky can be seen by all of us...........even on the sunniest day

Poverty Heroes (Introduction)

Literary and Visual Art honoring a new literary Hero - The Poverty Hero

That's My Girl

Ode to Poverty Scholar Mary Ann Smith- Daughter of Dale Ray

Poverty Scholar R.I.P.

By Bruce Allison and Thorton Kimes

Donna Valiente

Donna Valiente, 48; activist and poet was a vocal advocate for aid to homeless on L.A.'s skid row.

Death by PG&E

A mistaken PG&E power shut-off in West-Point Housing Projects causes the death of a mama and poverty hero

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