Indigenous Resistance


PPEHRC Poor Peoples March on Washington

The Poor People’s Economic Human Rights Campaign (PPEHRC) is a movement that is based in Philadelphia and is run by formerly homeless, poor and currently homeless people like us here at Poor Magazine.

Interdependence Day Ceremony at the kkkoncentration Kamp

Wed, 07/04/2018 - 12:00pm - 2:00pm

POOR Magazine / Homefulness Inter-Dependence Day Decolonization Ceremony at the kkkoncentration Kamp (Detention Center) in Ohlone/Lisjan territory the colonizers call "Richmond" -

From CPS to ICE- the Separation Nation didnt Begin with these Incarcerated Babies

From CPS to ICE- the Separation Nation didn’t begin with these Incarcerated Babies

The Violent Separation Nation  didn’t begin with this generation
with these babies
or their incarceration
The Separation Nation began with the theft of Turtle Island
and the humans who lived here and thrived on it

It continues today with the Confusion of age grade separated schools, Special Edukkkation and racist classist Child Separation SErvices
predating on poor parents and parents of color

Live Music PoetryFrom From Incarcerated Prisoner

Fri, 06/29/2018 - 8:00pm - Sat, 06/30/2018 - 8:00pm

PLEASE COME SUPPORT  POOR MAGAZINE SCHOLAR / CO FOUNDER ARTST HEALER, ALDO DELLA MAGGIORA LIVE MUSIC / POETRY JUNE 29TH AND 30TH AT 8PM at the EXIT THEATRE.

156 EDDY ST NEAR POWELL ST  BART STATION IN SAN FRANCISCO.

$15-$25 SLIDING SCALE.  Please see instructions below and how to support Poor Magazine co-founder, Declonizer, fellow instructor, leader, Aldo Della Maggiora 

Went Down to the Rich (Wite) Man’s House: Poor and Unhoused People March on Washington DC for their lives and self-determination

Well I went down to the rich man’s house- to take back what he stole from me- take back my dignity- take back my humanity…..

 

19th & shotwell are two of those streets /19th y Shotwell son dos de esas calles

Un Poema Para Luis-A Poem for Luis
(Español debajo)

The Streets have so many colors
the colors have so many memories
memories of streets you are no longer on-
but wish you could be

The color of people who are no longer there
who we wish we could see
because they were removed by people  who were scared
of what they could not contain, incarcerate or bear

19th & shotwell are two of those streets
who meet inside of so much grief

Colonizer Borders Come To Oakland

On Saturday, the mayor of Oakland, Libby Schaaf warned the community of possible ICE operations in the Bay Area.

Indigenous Values, Traditions and Circles through the Spirit of Homefulness

‘It’s getting really wet, now’ I thought, wincing with every footstep from a screw in my ankle. ‘Soon, it’ll be coming down too hard to move this library.’ My shoulders aching from moving shelves, books, and boxes from Uncle Al’s and Mama Dee’s Living (Really) Public Library. I know however that Mama Dee sits there, watching me from the corner in her altar, occasionally giving me thoughts to keep moving forward. The spirit I feel in there is heavy.

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