It’s always been an emergency for us Po’ folks. From Katrina to COVID-19, the poorest and most oppressed are always hit hardest during disasters—while banks get bailed out, we get left behind. In this collection, poverty skolaz from across Turtle Island and Mama Earth speak out and share their survival stories through words, art, and images along with news stories, health info, and resources to help folks in struggle during this pandemic and the ongoing virus called poverty.
Poverty Scholarship - Poor People-led Theory, Art, Words and Tears Across Mama Earth
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In February of 2018 Tiny will be releasing The HardWorker- El Trabjador Fuerte,a bi-lingual tale for all generations, her 3rd revolutionary children's, focused on telling the story of a criminalized elder, Afro-Puerto Rican recycler who struggles with gentrification, criminalization, police harassment and displacement in the Bay Area and triumphs because of a revolutionary child who joins him to build a collective recycling center. Her goals with the book are to raise awareness, love and the concept of self-determined, poor people-led solutions to all children and families who read this story
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