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 »
The Worst is a compilation zine on grief, loss, death, and mourning in radical scenes -- how grief intersects with radical politics, how we can support those we know who have lost people dear to them, how we can support ourselves through the overwhelming emotions that accompany loss and mourning, how we can create room in radical scenes for people to grieve and still participate, how we cope and t read more »
Being sober in a culture that glorifies getting fucked up is hard enough, do you really have to ask "why?"
For sober and non-sober allies.
In printable format.
The full title of this zine is "How to Put Together Your Own Participatory, Community-Specific, Radical Consent Workshop." The zine offers a thorough blueprint for one kickass consent workshop. The zine was assembled by, and this workshop model was beta tested by, a Seattle University student group called Northwest Break the Silence. read more »
This zine is a narrative account of being raped by my first ever girl-friend in middle school. It’s also a narrative of consent, lonliness, deconstructing child hood violence and abuse, redefining rape for a muggle culture, finding out what normalcy means to children, growing out of being shy and awkward, and empowering one’s self to reach past gushing wounds and continue resistance. read more »
This is a great zine that delves into all sorts of topics relating to activism and mental health (and, in particular, burnout). The central inquiry (serving as a sort of second subtitle) is "What sustains us? read more »
When one finds an image of a privileged American walking his dog with an SUV, there's little one can do to avoid making a de-motivational poster.
Part of a continuing series of anti-civ posters using dictionary definitions of civilization and shocking images to promote primitivist politics.
plenty of pictures.
This book may be copyrighted.
This zine contains three articles by Tod Augusta-Scott, a social worker who works with men who have battered, abused, or used sexual violence. He has a novel approach to leading the men to take responsibility for their own actions and be accountable. This approach is based in challenging gender essentialism, listening to the men, and helping them develop new stories for their lives. read more »