Broke, Black, Brown and Disabled Book UnTour
Houseless and formerly houseless cultural workers The Po Poets project and Poverty Scholars of POOR Magazine from Oakland, CA will be sharing hard-hitting poetry and words on racism, homelessness, poLice terror and decolonization from their newest books: How to Not Call the Po'Lice Ever and Poverty Scholarship: Poor People-Led Theory, Art, Words, and Tears Across Mama Earth, plus a bilingual children’s book When Mama and Me Lived Outside. They will also be sharing the medicine of UnSelling Mama Earth and building poor and houseless peoples’ solutions to poverty and homelessness, what they call Homefulness.
The Po Poets Project, a grassroots project of the houseless, poor and indigenous peoples led movement known as POOR Magazine, will be in Chief Seattle March 24th-26th.
Saturday, March 25th
Free to Attend
in the Programming Room