The HOMEFULNESS Project


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A Poor & Indigenous People-led Solution to Houselessness

A sweat equity, permanent co-housing, education, arts, micro-business and social change project for landless/houseless and formerly houseless families and individuals.

PROJECT PLAN

I. 4-10 Family Housing Units, Multi-generational school/Media Center, Community Garden/Farm and Sliding Scale Cafe

About us With us or without us?

About us With us or without us?  

By Momii Palapaz /POOR MAGAZINE Poverty Skola

Poor, houseless, indigenous Peoples Come to So-called Colorado

Poor/houseless/indigenous folks share models of  landless peoples' self-determination, Po'Lice-free land liberation, revolutionary media, and art.

When: Tour #2 July 27-August 1st   

De-GentriFUKing Mama Earth one Homefulness at a time..... How houseless/poor/disabled people are UnSelling Mama Earth for all of us

By tiny Gray-Garcia - daughter of Dee, mama of Tiburcio

Homefulness #2 @7600 BlackArthur - Deep East Huchuin 

Change Won't Come from a Savior, a Pimp or an Institution...

Poor/houseless/indigenous youth, families, and elders share models of landless peoples' self-determination, Po'Lice-free land liberation, revolutionary media, and art.

What: Poor/houseless/indigenous peoples "tour" Turtle Island with medicine of Homefulness, media, poetry, workshops, books, and "How to Not Call Po'Lice Ever"/"Poverty Scholarship" readings

When: June 5th-13th 

Poor People Built these Homes With a Poem

528 years, 22 years and all of our lives of endless struggle....Poor People built this with a poem- a poem that wound thru shelter beds and tents, poLice sweeps and the lie of rent....

 

Wealth-Hoarders Listen/Learn & Collaborate with Poor/Unhoused/Indigenous People to Launch a Reparations Bank

People with Race, Class and/or Formal education privileges collaborate with unhoused /indigenous/bordered poor people to launch a "fund" of reparations at 11am

Building Homefulness....

Like thousands of people, I have worked, cultivated and planted seeds, never to see or enjoy the fruits of our labor. We have made and cleaned the most beautiful gardens that I have seen in my life in the mountains of Berkeley for people with money. Earning $10 an hour, we have built and managed houses with immense beauty, only to never see them again.

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