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Performance: Kim Shuck's Poem Jam

Thursday, 2/10/2022
6:00 - 7:15

San Francisco Poet Laureate emerita Kim Shuck invites Tiny PovertySkola (aka Lisa Gray-Garcia) and the PovertySkolas to this monthly poetry reading.

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tiny gray-García (aka povertySkola aka Lisa Gray-Garcia) is a po poet, teacher, revolutionary journalist, co-founder and visionary of Homefulness and POOR Magazine, and the author of Criminal of Poverty: Growing Up Homeless in America



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POORpress.net is a poor and Indigenous people-led press dedicated to facilitating the liberation of poor and Houseless voices by us for us and for everyone else. 

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