my stubborn will is learning to bend: FEMINIST DOCTOR WHO ZINE!

heartandchaos:

Now accepting submissions for TIME AND RELATIVE DECONSTRUCTION IN SPACE: THE ZINE

The first issue will be out on November 18th, just in time for the 50th Anniversary! This issue will be focused on companions.

What we’re looking for: Submissions between 150-250 words which critically engage…

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: Interview with Kathleen McIntyre

laurenmeasure:

I first met Kathleen McIntyre when she joined For The Birds, a feminist collective I have been a part of since its inception five years ago. Among our many activities is maintaining a zine distro of feminist titles ranging from personal zines, to resource guides to compilations of various topics….

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revolutiongrrrlstylenow:

IN HER KISS / I TASTE THE REVOLUTION

revolutiongrrrlstylenow:

IN HER KISS / I TASTE THE REVOLUTION

(Source: possible-streetwear)

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poczineproject:

POC Zine Project speaking at Wellesley College on September 14, 2012
Photo credit: Laura O’Brien ‏@niathena
We cannot adequately put into words how grateful we are to the entire community at Wellesley that helped to make this panel possible. We will be sending handwritten thank-you notes and zines to Alana Kumbier and others. Thanks to everyone who showed up!
The funds from this event are 100% going to Race Riot! tour needs. We really appreciate the media team at Wellesley livestreaming the panel as well and the woman (can’t remember her name, sorry! no sleep for two days!) who bought us dinner. If you can read this, please contact us so we can send you some zines! 
We’re going to find out if there is an archived video of the panel and if that exists we’ll share it here. <3
Big thanks to Honor Moody who gave us rides to and from the BoltBus stop. You were like every amazing car video game rolled into one to get us to Wellesley on time after our bus was late. 
Thanks again to Rachel, Ju and Suzy X. for participating on the panel. Y’all rocked it. It always takes my breath away to witness fierce women of color occupying academic spaces and sharing their firsthand experiences with white supremacy, classism and misogyny, as well as the transformative nature of finding a welcoming community and allies. 
That BoltBus ride to MA was brutal and you still had energy for days. And then the BoltBus ride back to NYC stank like ass and for that I am truly, truly sorry … even though that ‘ish wasn’t me. :D
Our mission as POC Zine Project is to make zines by people of color easy to find, distribute and share - activism and community through materiality. The responses we received from participants who approached us afterward with their ideas and questions is why we do what we do.
Love,
Daniela
POC Zine Project
;) ;) ;)

poczineproject:

POC Zine Project speaking at Wellesley College on September 14, 2012

Photo credit: Laura O’Brien ‏@niathena

We cannot adequately put into words how grateful we are to the entire community at Wellesley that helped to make this panel possible. We will be sending handwritten thank-you notes and zines to Alana Kumbier and others. Thanks to everyone who showed up!

The funds from this event are 100% going to Race Riot! tour needs. We really appreciate the media team at Wellesley livestreaming the panel as well and the woman (can’t remember her name, sorry! no sleep for two days!) who bought us dinner. If you can read this, please contact us so we can send you some zines! 

We’re going to find out if there is an archived video of the panel and if that exists we’ll share it here. <3

Big thanks to Honor Moody who gave us rides to and from the BoltBus stop. You were like every amazing car video game rolled into one to get us to Wellesley on time after our bus was late. 

Thanks again to Rachel, Ju and Suzy X. for participating on the panel. Y’all rocked it. It always takes my breath away to witness fierce women of color occupying academic spaces and sharing their firsthand experiences with white supremacy, classism and misogyny, as well as the transformative nature of finding a welcoming community and allies. 

That BoltBus ride to MA was brutal and you still had energy for days. And then the BoltBus ride back to NYC stank like ass and for that I am truly, truly sorry … even though that ‘ish wasn’t me. :D

Our mission as POC Zine Project is to make zines by people of color easy to find, distribute and share - activism and community through materiality. The responses we received from participants who approached us afterward with their ideas and questions is why we do what we do.

Love,

Daniela

POC Zine Project

;) ;) ;)

2 years ago 14 notes URL
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hoax zine: call for submissions! hoax #8: feminisms & MYTHOLOGIES

hoaxzine:

due to recent relocations and upcoming life changes, we have decided to put out a call for submissions for the next issue of hoax although we are still in the process of printing and distributing #7. the topic of hoax #8 will be feminisms and MYTHOLOGIES. we are eager for feminists of all…

2 years ago 315 notes URL
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