Roberto E. Alejandro is creating StayUp.News, an independent hiphop, poverty & politics news site
9

patrons

$71
per month
Dear future patron,

My name is Roberto E. Alejandro, I'm the creator of StayUp.News, a Hip-Hop and politics web magazine that features regular video series and podcasts, including Nuance, my podcast with former Baltimore Police sergeant and executive director of Veterans Stand Michael Wood Jr.

StayUp.News documents poverty in America through Hip-Hop, amplifying unheard voices in a language all their own.

Traditional media insist on telling stories in their own voice, a practice that silences many, especially poor people of color.  By harnessing Hip-Hop, StayUp.News provides a path for those living the realities of inner city America to speak their truth in a language born from urban poverty, allowing for an honest discussion about social conditions in some of America's most oppressed spaces.

But we can't do so without your support. Please watch our intro video and donate to this important mission.
Tiers
My Jewelry Is All Basic
$1 or more per month
  • Exclusive, patron-only podcast content.
  • Patron-only polls.
  • Smug satisfaction you're better than others.
A Runner with So Many Cars
$5 or more per month
  • Previous tier's rewards.
  • Have your name appear on exclusive sponsor slide featured at the end of all on the Real episodes. (Available for individuals and businesses). 
  • You get to call yourself "the plug" at parties.
I Write Checks
$20 or more per month
  • Previous tier's rewards.
  • Get added to the StayUp.News Slack channel and participate in monthly, one-hour chat with member of the StayUp.News editorial team.
  • Old heads will understand your mumble raps.
Goals
9 of 100 patrons
When we reach 100 patrons, we'll be able to begin upgrading our equipment, and expand our coverage beyond the NYC and Baltimore, MD metro areas.
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Dear future patron,

My name is Roberto E. Alejandro, I'm the creator of StayUp.News, a Hip-Hop and politics web magazine that features regular video series and podcasts, including Nuance, my podcast with former Baltimore Police sergeant and executive director of Veterans Stand Michael Wood Jr.

StayUp.News documents poverty in America through Hip-Hop, amplifying unheard voices in a language all their own.

Traditional media insist on telling stories in their own voice, a practice that silences many, especially poor people of color.  By harnessing Hip-Hop, StayUp.News provides a path for those living the realities of inner city America to speak their truth in a language born from urban poverty, allowing for an honest discussion about social conditions in some of America's most oppressed spaces.

But we can't do so without your support. Please watch our intro video and donate to this important mission.

Recent posts by Roberto E. Alejandro

Tiers
My Jewelry Is All Basic
$1 or more per month
  • Exclusive, patron-only podcast content.
  • Patron-only polls.
  • Smug satisfaction you're better than others.
A Runner with So Many Cars
$5 or more per month
  • Previous tier's rewards.
  • Have your name appear on exclusive sponsor slide featured at the end of all on the Real episodes. (Available for individuals and businesses). 
  • You get to call yourself "the plug" at parties.
I Write Checks
$20 or more per month
  • Previous tier's rewards.
  • Get added to the StayUp.News Slack channel and participate in monthly, one-hour chat with member of the StayUp.News editorial team.
  • Old heads will understand your mumble raps.