Mamaz/Families


PNN Revolutionary Blog Series #5 / Serie de Blogs Revolutionarios

People's School Summer 2010/ Escuela de la Gente Verano 2010
by La Toyia Hudson

Being the child of poor, multi-racial, teenage, and public aid-dependent parents, I swear to myself I will never raise a child in a financially unstable home. So I made a mental choice to withhold my virtue till marriage; but life apparently had other plans for me.

PNN Revolutionary Blog Series #6 / Serie de Blogs Revolutionarios

People's School Summer 2010/ Escuela de la Gente Verano 2010

Por/ By  Guadalupe Benitez

 

PNN Revolutionary Blog Series #7 / Serie de Blogs Revolutionarios

People's School Summer 2010/ Escuela de la Gente Verano 2010

Por/By Dina X

 

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PNN Revolutionary Blog Series / Serie de Blogs Revolutionarios


People's School Summer 2010/ Escuela de la Gente Verano 2010

por/ by Azucena X

 

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A Dead Child's Cry

One poor mamaz' journey through poverty and C.P.S.

Silenced Mamas II

Silenced mamas II

The Un-just actions of Commissioner Marjorie Slabach continues -unchecked

Marlon Crump/PNN
Saturday, September 5, 2009

Back to My Soil: The last Filipino Farm community in Orosi, California

Tony Robles/PNN
Tuesday, May 27, 2008;

"I had come back to myself and my roots, here in this narrow strip of land. Back to my soil and to my father's faith"

--Carlos Bulosan from "America is in the Heart"

A Parent Scholar: the murder of Luis Solari, a father of three.

Tony Robles/PNN
Monday, April 21, 2008

I woke up and turned on an early morning news program. The announcers were clean and pressed and looked more like mannequins than humans. I listened as they reported on Obama/Clinton, budget deficits, and the upcoming Olympic games in China. I was also informed that my TV would be obsolete if I didn't purchase some kind of electric box by early 2009.

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."

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