Hailing from Oakland, poverty "skolas" will head to Seattle to discuss their writing and work with POOR PRESS, a "poor people-led/Indigenous people-led, grassroots, nonprofit arts organization dedicated to providing revolutionary media access, art, education, and advocacy to silenced youth, adults, and elders in poverty." Organized by the Freedom Socialist Party, street newspaper Real Change, and House Our Neighbors activists, the evening of readings and discussion will revolve around ways to empower communities and fight for affordable housing. (Head to the Social Justice Film Festival afterward for more inspiration!)
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