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by Lifespan 1979
Curriculum for upcoming Card Weaving workshops at the Long Haul Infoshop in Berkeley, CA through the East Bay Free Skool.
Sundays November 21 and December 19 at the Long Haul, 3124 Shattuck @ Woolsey, from 3PM to 5.
Card Weaving how to by Bart & Robin Blankenship.
"Organizing Wall to Wall" by Peter Rachleff.
For more info please write cardweaver at hushmail dot com or check out:
'Zine about crafting for fun and survival.
Please check http://thecardweaver.wordpress.com for more info!
How to check your bicycle is working ok and how to fix a puncture
see www.ibikemcr.org.uk for more info
FREE POEMS FROM BOSTON, WRITTEN IN CALIFORNIA. PUBLISHED FOR EASY PRINTING AND DISTRO. PRINT PORTRAIT STYLE WITH SHORT EDGE BINDING. PRINT AND DISTRIBUTE NEAR OR FAR. MUCH LOVE - MITCH
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 the second issue the Cloak & Dagger Compendium, an ongoing serial dedicated to exploring, teaching, and developing thieving skills and tools. This issue focuses entirely on the ancient and prestigious art of lockpicking! This zine intends to teach promising footpads how to bypass and defeat warded locks, pin-tumbler and wafer-tumbler locks, and tubular locks. This edition also contains information on making one's own skeleton keys and lockpicks from commonly scavengeable materials.
An excellent booklet from a workshop by the Carrboro Dispute Settlement Center ( http://www.disputesettlement.org/ ). Contains an introduction to styles of conflict, nonviolent communication, basic strategies for conflict resolution, etc.
april 12, 2005
by Aaron Wielder Forest
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.
What it is
How it is made
What it does
by H. H. Koepf
This is a handout from the Rock Dove Collective that provides an outline for an alternative model of dealing with conflict -- no police, no state, no hierarchy, no jail. It's community-based and centers around bringing people who are affected by a conflict into a facilitated circle to talk about the issues and feelings that arise from the conflict. A good beginning.
Also included is a word document with an example script outline for facilitators, as well as an outline of what circles are and aren't intended to do.
Breaking Glass Press