Youth in Media


FOOD FIGHT - Saving Kids From Processed Junk With a Poem by PNN Youth SKola Kimo

The government poisoning us with junk

By Kimo. 10 years old

 

            Eating and eating what people should eat is nourishing  vegetables and fruits

            To keep us healthy another  thing is different corporations and people around the world

The People Must Be Heard About Nancy Johnson

We Need the Community to Speak Out about the Termination of Homeless Coordinator Nancy Johnson

When One of Us Kills One of Us-Decolonizing Violence in Amerikkka

Dedicated to Melvin Burley, Ernesto Xe and Kiante Campbell and all of our lost fathers, sons, uncles, nephews, brothers, neighbors, teachers, mentors, friends and  warriors

 

PNN-TV: Youth Skolaz R IdleNoMore @ Flashmob in SF Mall

The yells in my ears ring my eardrums like an alarm clock (kkkkh).  Get our!  Get out!  I hear the sound of the hegemony security guards of the Westfield mall in San Francisco trying to get us out of the place on their big bullhorns. 

The Deserving Vs. Undeserving Dead (Children)


Deserving vs un-deserving Dead
All of the killings of all of our children must stop
 

PNN-TV: Swimming For Change & Decolonization - Pathstar Swim Against Diabetes

PNN-TV: Indigenous Peoples Media Project Youth & Adult Skolaz re-port n sup-port Brother Luta in his Pathstar Swim Across The San Francisco Bay From Alcatraz Against Diabetes:on Indigenous Peoples Day.2012

Why the use of Tasers in a Mental Health Crisis is Dangerous and Deadly

 

Why the use of Tasers in a Mental Health Crisis is Dangerous and Deadly: An Open Letter to the Police Commission from Mental Health Professionals and Allies.

 

San Francisco Police Commission,

 

PNN-TV- Just Say No to GMO's (Genetically Modified Organisms)

A Public Emergency RYME - From TnT (mama-son due)

 

Get Involved:

SHUT DOWN MONSANTO MONDAY, SEPT 17th @ 6am- (Action goes all day)

Let's all say Goodbye to the 2012 PimpLympics

 

 Lets all welcome the london  Pimp- lympics

 

Holes in My Shoes

I remember a few months back when I had a difficult experience trying to get a pair of new shoes.  My shoes were so worn down that they developed large holes on their soles.  This happened during the winter and often times I would walk home in the rain and ended up with nasty wet sox on my feet. With food and other expenses I did not have enough money to buy a new pair.  It was definitely a big hardship not to have enough money to travel comfortably by foot.

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