Re-ViewsForTheREvoluTion


Hotel Voices Hits the Stage!

A revolutionary play written and performed by residents currently living, struggling and sometimes even thriving life in Single Room Occupancy Hotels (SRO's) aka Poor People Housing

When: Sunday, January 17, 2pm

Where: Jefferson Hotel - Speakeasy/Stage
440 Eddy Street (bet Hyde and Leavenworth)
San Francisco, Ca (in the Tenderloin District)

$1-15.00 – no-one turned away for lack of funds

Call (415) 863-6306 for more information

Mission Resistance!

Mission Resistance! -a bi-lingual media, arts and access project of The Race, Poverty and Media Justice (RPMJ) Institute at POOR Magazine, Intersection for the Arts & Mission Community Council

What:Performance and Graduation Ceremony!

When:6:00pm, Wednesday, April 8th, 2009

Where: Intersection for the Arts- 446 Valencia Street, San Francisco, Ca

Daughter From Danang

A Critical Analysis (Media Reading) by The Poverty Studies Institute (PSI) ‘daughters’ on The Documentary film Daughter From Danang by Gail Dolgin and Vicente Franco

Mid-Market Art History

The opening of the Mid-Market art exhibit which shows the history of devastating gentrification efforts on Market street.

Resistance in Film Series

POOR Magazine's Race, Poverty and Media Justice Institute presents: Resistance in Film Series

“Gaijin kusai yo ne!”(foreigners smell)

PNN reviews “Raptivism” at the Oakland Museum

a narrative essay

Jamaica's mighty poet Mutabaruka

Mutubaruka is comen' to a town near you to share skolarship on poverty, racism and peace

PNN RADIO

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