Local Poverty and Resistance


Venture and Stand

Urban myths hold secrets only revealed
by hidden cameras mandated by the state
while also underneath lies a vast underground so cruel

Our families can try to remain hidden in body armor
or venture forth with no weapon but trust,
a mission possibly ruinous
hiding in oceans swirling in hate propelled by
imagined flippers until we disappear
or to stay behind in smoking ruins, blacking out

There is no chance without maps, our only weakness denial

GENTRIFUCKATIONS OF THE SOUL: HERSTORY, HISTORY, SAN FRANCISCO'S STORIES--SAVE OUR STORIES!


"I just want to make sure that we are taking into account other policy priorities"
San Francisco Supervisor Scott Wiener

PNN "Reality" TV Show (Pt 1)/Show "Realidad" T.V. #1

The PNN "Reality" TV Shows were created in PeopleSkool's Revolutionary Video & Theatre Action Class of 2011

PNN "Reality" TV Show Pt. 2/Show de "realidad" TV #2

All "Reality" TV Shows were created in PeopleSkool's Revolutionary Video and Theatre class of 2011

PNN "Reality" TV Show Pt. 3/Show de "realidad" TV

All PNN "Reality" TV Shows were created in PeopleSkool's Revolutionary Video & Theatre Class of 2011

 

The PNN "Reality" TV Shows were created in PeopleSkool's Revolutionary Video & Theatre Class of Winter 2011

PNN "Reality" TV Show Pt. 4/Show de "realidad" TV

The PNN "Reality" TV Shows were created in PeopleSkool's Revolutionary Video & Theatre Class of Winter 2011

DEFENDING AMERIKKKAN DREAM ILLUSIONS AND THE POOR? DO DI-FI, KAMALA HARRIS AND THE CALIFORNIA DEMOWHATZITZ PARTY GET IT?

Senator Dianne Feinstein (D-CA), aka "DiFi", wants California Demowhatzitz to do battle with Republicans and Tea Baggers to "defend the American Dream", the poor, et al. California Attorney General Kamala Harris jumped up and down at the same state party event where DiFi spoke, all happy that Demowhatzitz dominate California's important state offices. She really likes Governor Jerry Brown.

Microeconomics: Scavenging to Survive in Pasadena

To support her family, an undocumented worker gathers recyclables from street-side containers. 'I do it out of necessity,' she says.

Tuesday, March 25, 2008;

para espanol, mira abajo

It's not yet 3 a.m. Juana Rivas grabs her shopping cart and steps off the curb into the dark.

She shields herself from the cold with a sweat shirt and jacket, along with a pink hat and gloves she bought at the 99-cent store. Only a barking dog interrupts the silence.

PNN RADIO

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