Untorelli Press presents a compilation of historical documents, interviews, and critical analyses of STAR, a group of street queens in early 70s New York City who self-organized for survival and revolt. Contained within are pamphlets distributed by STAR, as well as interviews with and speeches by Sylvia Rivera and Marsha P. Johnson. read more »
two essays by Russell "Maroon" Shoats
not yr cister press
Queens, Hookers, and Hustlers: Organizing For Survival and Revolt Amongst Gender-Variant Sex Workers, 1950-1970Submitted by Anonymous on Sun, 02/17/2013 - 02:12.
A selection from Mack Friedman's "Strapped for Cash: a History of American Hustler Culture."
From the Introduction: read more »
Addresses and information on 5 queer prisoners of war. Addresses current as of 2/16/13.
Featuring RAD POC’s, including Osa Atoe (Shotgun Seamstress/VHS), Kaila Stone (End of A Year/Self Defense Family/Ten Speed Bicycle/Tortura), Mimi Thi Nguyen (Race Riot/Slant/Slander/Maximum RockNRoll), Cristy C Road (artist/writer/Home Wreckers, Indestructible/GreenZine), Mariam Bastani (Senior Co-ordinator, Maximum RocknRoll), Daniela Capistrano (POC Zine Project), Chris Zizzamia (writer/Swear read more »
Communities of color across the US have historically been victims of police violence in various ways. This pamphlet offers analysis of police violence in our neighborhoods, proposes steps towards building alternatives to policing, and includes legal resources.
Louise Michel was the incendiary French leader of the 1871 Paris Commune. An anarchist and an irrepressible rebel, she spent much of her life on the run from police, in jail, or in danger of being locked away in mental asylums, as was the fate of so many feisty or defiant women. Known as "The Red Virgin," Louise was a great character from one of the greatest popular rebellions in history. read more »
In this fascinating collection, Jacques Ranciere, one of the world's most important and influential living philosophers, explores the nature of consensus in contemporary politics. read more »
LIES is a new journal spearheaded by a feminist collective based in Oakland, Baltimore, Los Angeles and New York City.
LIES is a communist journal against communists.
LIES is a platform for certain conversations and critiques that are difficult, impossible or dangerous if cis men are in the room. read more »
We've updated and changed our zine version of the selected writings of Gender Anarky! Please distro this version rather than the older one if you're interested in spreading Gender Anarky's writing. Thanks!
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On Trans* Day of Remembrance
In a unique format of intellectual challenge and counter-challenge prominent Native Americans and Marxists debate the viability of Marxism and the prevalence of ethnocentric bias in politics, culture, and social theory. read more »
not yr cister press
First published in 1972, God Is Red remains the seminal work on Native religious views, asking new questions about our species and our ultimate fate. read more »