This site is called Street I Am because it’s mission is to have a news site where the subject is the author. Over the last 3 and a half years we have been developing our authority as a news site on Google. Over that time we have shared over 21,000 posts and counting. We have shared everything from the NY Times, CNN etc. as well as Instagram and Twitter feeds from those we follow. They comprise a wealth of information on a new Street Culture movement blowing up around the world and throughout the net.
IRUUR1 and Citizen Journalism
IRUUR1 is a silly motto which stands for We Are All a Part of Creation. It is reverse grammatical and reverse logical for the purposes of collective reconstruction. For Street I Am it is our chance to put you in the drivers seat of information distribution. We will be adding your voice to the news we publish every day. We will be allowing you to profit in any way you see fit as well.
Look for step one to be announced soon.
We will build your voice in the world of global information publication through various steps during the year. Step one is being created now. It is designed to put you on the Street Art and Entertainment Map and allow you to update map info all day long if you wish. All your updates will appear as posts on our front page and category pages as well. Your posts will appear along with our other daily posts from media around the world.
Who are you?
Street artists, entertainers, event organizers as well as those who share, document and sponsor Street Art, Entertainment and Culture.
BIG ANNOUNCEMENT COMING SOON
Who are we?
- The editorial policy of our publication is to promote and defend the cause of free, open, creative and safe streets for the world.
- We believe in integration of culture.
- We believe in the preservation and promotion of local/indigenous cultural.
- We believe in the right to share information about different cultures learn from and apply those lessons and insights to the culture we create.
- We believe that people should be free to express what they want on the streets as long as they do not advocate against that right for others.
More to come.