For a recap of the action where this pamphlet was distributed, see:
A Zine unfocused on chronic pain, hip-Hop & anarchy & pretty much any other subject that comes to mind when you hear The Chronic.
note: The Chronic Zine does not condone the language used on The Chronic or in this zine for that matter. As a matter of matters, we don't condone any matters which may make matters worse. or better.
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This is a short essay, by a canadian sex-trade worker. It's really, really good.
A zine on circumcision.
The Natural Penis
The Circumcision Procedure And Its Consequences
The History of Circumcision
Circumcision In The Present Day
Free copies are available at Bluestockings bookstore in NYC:
172 Allen Street
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RockPaperScissors Radio is a weekly show presented for Australian community radio and podcasting alongside the monthly RockPaperScissors zine. Content developed and produced by the RPS Crew. read more »
Where helpful opinions flourish, useless points of view come to die, and where we stand for what we believe until, or unless, life shows us to believe otherwise. Bringing you views, news and reviews from across the globe. read more »
A radical mental health workbook for navigating crisis, extreme states, or just foul moods.
"Apontamentos sobre a necessidade e o desejo de atear fogo à pós-modernidade" do Taller de investigaciones subversivas UHP
*This is a properly imposed re-post of http://zinelibrary.info/ndrea-one-womans-fight-die-her-own-way * read more »
The Social Work Activist Reader is a community-based, grass-roots commitment to radical social work activism, where street-level practitioners and humyn service workers have a voice and forum to shape and grow our practice in ways that honor our commitment to justice. http://socialworkactivistreader.blogspot.com/. read more »
As various OCCUPY sites enter the winter months, here is a collection of first aid tips for staying out in the cold weather and protesting safely. As an Anarchist, I wish to remain anonymous while sharing some important tips that could save some one's life or your own.
A little zine about bulimia with all the information everyone should know before they're in therapy for it.
This brilliant zine presents a critique of wildcrafting (i.e. harvesting medicinal plants and herbs from the wild) that comes from a perspective rooted in decolonization and indigenous solidarity. It asks what ethical wildcrafting looks like for herbalists who are also settlers in North America. read more »
This is a booklet that has been put together by a group in Arizona who is concerned with the safety of intravenous drug users. The current laws in AZ make it illegal to exchange needles to prevent the spread of blood-borned diseases. read more »
My own vision is one of deep commitment to anti-oppressive, justice-centered social work practice. Social workers committed to this philosophy must regularly ask ourselves how we resolve the inconsistencies between our commitment to social justice and our agreement to work within systems that often contribute to systemic inequity. read more »