Deecolonize Academy

 
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Deecolonize Academy is a multi-generational skool 4 the people, by the people.

As poor people of color in a society that was built off of us but not for us, we feel that it is essential to provide quality, relevant and realistic education to our Black, Brown, Indigenous & disabled youth in poverty, age 0-18, that will develop them into leaders, enhance their unique gifts, and uplift them to greatness to ultimately decolonize. This is a no-tuition school run by low income families. We teach relevant, conscious, arts- and science-based education, including subjects like: poverty journalism, math, reading, cooking, animal care, revolutionary art, and danza azteca. Our teachers are poverty skolaz, Deecolonize Academy graduates, Homefulness residents, POOR Magazine family, our ancestors and mama earth. 

 

Email poormag@gmail.com for more information to enroll or to help support.

PeopleSkool

It is focused on teaching non-colonizing, community-based and community-led media, art and organizing with the goals of creating access for silenced voices, preserving and de-gentrifying rooted communities of color and re-framing the debate on poverty, homelessness, disability, migration, incarceration and race locally and globally. POOR Press poverty skola authors wrote all required readings for PeopleSkool.

PeopleSkool is held twice a year, in January and August

 

PeopleSkool is a DegentriFUKation and Decolonization seminar by POOR Magazine/Prensa POBRE

If you want to get involved in working and walking with POOR magazine, it is essential that you enroll in People Skool. Email poormag@gmail.com with any questions.

PeopleSkool for folks with race, class, and/or formal education privilege

​2-day weekend seminar

Required reading

Three (3) follow-up sessions

PeopleSkool for poverty skolaz

​Day 1 of the weekend seminar

One (1) follow-up session

Note: When it comes to who's a poverty skola/a person with privilege, there's lots of “gray areas” in krapitalism—email poormag@gmail.com if you need help figuring out where you land!

Day 1

Weekend seminar Day 1 ​is for poverty skolaz AND people with race, class and/or formal education privilege. It will center Poverty Scholarship & the medicine of poor, houseless and indigenous people-led movements & media.

Day 2

Weekend seminar Day 2 ​is for people with race, class and/or formal education privilege, aimed at service providers, media creators, educators, organizers, researchers, artists, legislators, policy-makers, donors & philanthropists, students, community members, and anyone who wants to learn about following Black, Indigenous, POC, and poor leadership and aligning your work with poor people-led self determination movements.

Follow-Up Sessions

​We continue learning about poverty scholarship. All sessions occur 2–6 weeks after the PeopleSkool weekend seminar.