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Press/ Publications

Press/ Publications

“Change won't come from a
savior. pimp or an institution..

Change will only come from
a poor-people led revolution”

Tiny aka-Lisa Gray Garcia -

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24. Resistance in Residence Artist: Lisa ‘Tiny’ Gray Garcia

Law & Disorder with Cat Brooks on KPFA

December 31, 2023

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23. Why not let the unhoused take over some empty SF office buildings?

By Mary Jane Agnew

November 17, 2023

48 Hills

22. (Re)centering the Knowledge of Disabled Activists, Poverty Scholars, and Community Scholars of Color to Transform Education

By Lydia X. Z. Brown, Brianna Dickens, Tiny (Lisa) Gray-Garcia, Saili S. Kulkarni, Lateef McLeod, Amanda L. Miller, Emily A. Nusbaum, and Holly Pearson

Vol. 43 No. 1: Fall 2023

Disabled Studies Quarterly

19. Poverty Scholarship and the Lie (Law)

By Tiny Gray-Garcia

Volume 48, NYU Review of Law & Social Change

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18. Crushing Wheelchairs Play

Crushing Wheelchairs' play brings awareness to Bay Area unhoused community   Tara Campbell. ABC7. Feb 11, 2023

‘Crushing Wheelchairs’ tells stories of trauma and triumph of S.F.’s homeless   David John Chávez. Datebook. Feb 10, 2023

In ‘Crushing Wheelchairs,’ stinging tales of being unhoused, by the unhoused    Charles Lewis III. 48Hills. Feb 22, 2023

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18. Crushing Wheelchairs Play

Crushing Wheelchairs' play brings awareness to Bay Area unhoused community   Tara Campbell. ABC7. Feb 11, 2023

‘Crushing Wheelchairs’ tells stories of trauma and triumph of S.F.’s homeless   David John Chávez. Datebook. Feb 10, 2023

In ‘Crushing Wheelchairs,’ stinging tales of being unhoused, by the unhoused    Charles Lewis III. 48Hills. Feb 22, 2023

By Lisa "Tiny" Gray-Garcia

January 14, 2023

48 Hills

17. Sweeping in the rain- From SoMa to Wood Street Commons, the unhoused suffer as the brutal sweeps continue

By Brian Barth

May+June 2022

Mother Jones

Marin independent journal 

Marin independent journal 

John Kopp
April 22, 2017
Philly Voice

SF Public Library - youtube video

SF Poetry Center - youtube

East Bay Express - homefulness 

Poor People on Park Avenue

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