Youth in Media


Indigenous Youth Scholarship... Cedar Firesong Robideau Speaks!

Indigenous Peoples Media Project on the beat with Cedar Firesong Robideau. She discusses issues relating to two-spirits, reproductice justice, decolonization, and reclaiming traditions...

Celebracion de los trabajadores internacionales en CalifasAzlan/Celebrating Intl Workers Day in CalifasAztlan


I am the 000.25- the smallest number you can think of in your mind, I didn't even make it to the 99 ....I am the mamaz, daddys and babies living in their cars, criminalized day laborers living in SRO's shelters, jails cells and houses made of card-board....excerpt from I am the 000.25 by tiny aka Lisa Gray-Garcia

TURF Stopping BIG Tobacco

With tobacco there is terrible withdrawal, it is almost impossible for a lot of people. I did, I went cold turkey, they never had any patches in those days but grass was not difficult, alcohol not difficult, but tobacco – OH MY GOD” – Anonymous

Within my childhood home, four of my family members smoked and chewed
tobacco. I have a feeling they would have expressed similar struggles attempting to
quit using tobacco. As the oldest of six siblings and cousins residing in my twelve-

(H)afrocentric: The Comic

If The Boondocks was feminist, it may look like this…

Property Monopoly

Property Monopoly- A poem for all Displaced peoples across Pachamama-( and the people that displace them)

 

Property Monopoly

buys one house

then the other

Evicts all the families

even their mothers

 

Moves People Out

Moves people in

Buys another house

but never sees within

 

"Clean up the Neighborhood",

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