Queer Chican@ Zine, #1.
Art/Poetry. The creative issue.
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by Neon Trotsky
The U.S. Mexico border analyzed through the lens of race, globalization, and the environment. Great primer on radical border politics.
I learned how to use InDesign and did some edits, so now it looks way better than the original. read more »
Never before has the media been so friendly to radical feminism.
But then again, never before has radical feminism been so eager to
place itself at the forefront of the "fight against crime,"
wholeheartedly supporting the basic premises and institutions of our
society that underlie all oppression, including that of women. [...]
Groups like Santa Cruz Women Against Rape are complex. They
make good statements about racism in their publications. They reject
prison as a solution to fighting violence against women. They recognize
that rape will end only ". . . with the development of a new system that
provides a context for . . . changes in people's lives." One wonders,
then, how and why they are fighting rape.
A zine on cultural appropriation: What it is, why it happens, and why it's harmful. read more »
Not an Indian Tradition: The Sexual Colonization of Native Peoples (journal article) by Andrea Smith
"Anti-Immigrant measures set the terms for low-intensity, slow motion race war – the targeting of entire populations for harassment and imprisonment by armed police, who are justified institutionally and by nationalist and racist ideologies. Allowing these measures means walking the path of submission, accepting as natural the divisions imposed within the working class by Capital and state. read more »
It's not necessarily the question at hand...
A poster about Indiana's proposed SB 1070 copycat law, SB 590.
Thoreau no era tan pacifista como suelen contarnos los bomberos.....
the zine version of this essay: http://chaparralrespectsnoborders.blogspot.com/2010/08/invasion-by-birth...
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"A list of things that white people—specifically, white activists—should never say."
It's Like Living in a Black Hole: Women of Color and Solitary Confinement in the Prison Industrial ComplexSubmitted by bostonabc on Fri, 11/26/2010 - 04:13.
It's Like Living in a Black Hole: Women of Color and Solitary Confinement in the Prison Industrial Complex, by Cassandra Shaylor. This zine is part of the Boston Anarchist Black Cross distro.
by Andrea J. Ritchie
This zine is part of the Boston Anarchist Black Cross distro.