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Electronic Harassment

ELECTRONIC HARASSMENT

Marlon Crump/PNN
Sunday, March 29, 2009;

"I'm scared, I don't know what else to do, or who to talk to!"

"Why me, what have I done? What do these people want from ME?!"

"Can somebody do something about this?!"

"All of this because I submitted a piece of paper, in telling the truth of what's been going on?!"

"When will it stop? My body is in so much unexplainable pain........ALL BECAUSE I SPOKE OUT!"

YOUTH AND ELDERS SAVING ST. LUKES HOSPITAL FROM CPMC

Marlon Crump/PoorNewsNetwork
Wednesday, February 17, 2010;

"Its going to adversely affect a lot of folks who depend on St. Luke's right now for their health care." This was a statement of concern from Emily Lee, staff of Chinese Progressive Association, a respected community grass-roots organization during a recent POOR interview regarding the hospital's future.

94 and Still Homeless

A family in poverty, Larry, Bessie and Charlie, vs. the System and Poli-tricks

Marlon Crump/Poverty Scholar/POOR Magazine
Tuesday, October 24, 2006;

The walls are covered by a collage of pictures of people who have fallen as a result of San Francisco Police Department (SFPD) violence; mostly black youth and youth of color whose lives were stolen and cut short. Set within the walls is a feeling of revolution and liberation and also a deep sadness.

The Idriss Stelley Foundation (ISF) is a safe haven as well as an underground railroad for people who have been brutalized by the SFPD.

(Wrongful) Use of Force

POOR columnist and police brutality survivor, Marlon Crump tells about his legal battle against the SFPD.

Marlon Crump

PNN Tuesday, November 20, 2007;

"There is nothing more frightening, more scary, more terrifying than someone opening and coming through your door..........unannounced."

Mamas Solteras/ Singles Mothers

by Ingrid De Leon


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Perseguidos Por El Rey/ Persecuted by the King

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        José dándose  cuenta que la sagrada familia corría peligro realiza un
plan de escape, reuniendo sus pocas cosas de valor hacen una lista de
lo necesario, y con su esposa María  preparan el pequeño equipaje.
Cubiertos por el manto de la noche salen de su casa, deben de dejar la
cuna que José fabrico con tanto cuidado y amor para el bello niño.

Another World Defined by Community - Not Corporations

The empty buildings stood, eyes covered in plywood glasses, cast down. Their clapboard, stucco and brick arms, bound by eviction, foreclosure sale and demolition notices.

A small group of poverty and indigenous scholars from POOR Magazine, bleeding internally from our own wounds of eviction, landlessness, budget genocide, racism, po-lice brutality, incarceration and violence arrived in Detroit on a hot Saturday in June to attend the US Social Forum and Allied Media Conference.

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