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TOMORROW- Poor Peoples Decolonization ("Occupation") From Oakland to San Francisco

Thu, 11/10/2011 - 12:00pm - 3:00pm

Poor Peoples Decolonization (Occupation) From Oakland to San Francisco

The 99% (That got off the bus)

I was on the #5 Fulton bus yesterday, taking in the nuances of my race (ie: the human race): the gratuitous and over modulated cell phone conversations, texting, bad perfumes/colognes and the incessant foot tapping of a guy a few feet away, occupied by music piped into his ears via a pair of white plastic headphones.  I looked at my fellow passengers.  How many were unemployed, looking for work, looking for something?  How many were barely surviving? 

 

Tribute to Al Robles at the Al Robles Living Library at POOR Magazine as part of the Filipino International Book Festival

Sat, 10/01/2011 - 4:00pm - 6:00pm

 

The Al Robles Living Library Project at POOR Magazine

Presents: A celebration of Uncle Al in Filipino American History Month

In tandem with the Filipino International Book Festival

Featuring Music, food and poetry

Featured Poets:  Rupert Estanisalo, Dee Allen and Pete Yamamoto

I hear voices, see faces, of people I killed- We-Search on the Military Industrial Complex

 

 

Editors Note: PNN's  WeSearch is people-led (rather than institution led)  research and media created by the people who are impacted by the issue we do the research on. in this series we focused on the Military Industrial Complex and its impact on young people in poverty across Amerikkka.

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