For My Sisters is a zine written by mothers experiencing incarceration in Vermont. The first issue "And The Burden We Share" was created during a 6-session workshop hosted by Kids-A-Part. To write to the authors, request printed copies, or any other concerns/questions about the zine please email email@example.com
This zine is a very basic guide to taking some very basic steps toward being a decent human being. If you’re reading this, chances are you’re interested in anti-oppression, ending inequality, and allyship. (If you’re not interested in anti-oppression, ending inequality, or allyship [oof] then I would encourage you to read this anyway. read more »
An essay bringing together anarchist and post-structuralist thought (esp Deleuze & Guattari) to question the very idea of 'sexual orientation.' It aims to make it clear why sexuality is an anarchist issue. Originally published as:
Heckert, Jamie (2011). "Sexuality as State Form" in D. Rousselle and S. Evren (eds.) Postanarchism: A Reader. Ann Arbor/London: Pluto Press.
A biannual zine of vegan anarchy. Spring 2011
Rapists, part 4 of the Enemies poster series from the Institute Experimental Freedom
From the opening paragraph: read more »
by Susan Stryker
the zine version of this essay: http://chaparralrespectsnoborders.blogspot.com/2010/08/invasion-by-birth...
Summer 2011 - The first issue of Black Kite Quarterly (previously Wai Quarterly), produced by Black Kite Press from Australia. This issue themed around 'making the world safer for wimmin'. www.blackkitepress.org email us: firstname.lastname@example.org
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1. Editorial — Post-anarchism Today by Lewis Call
2. PostAnarchia Repertoire by Erick Heroux
3. Voluntary Servitude Reconsidered: Radical Politics and the Problem of Self-Domination by Saul Newman
4. Postanarchism from a Marxist Perspective by Simon Choat
5. Constructivism and the Future Anterior of Radical Politics by Thomas Nail read more »
“It is our historical task, and only ours, to define what we call oppression in materialist terms, to make it evident that women are a class, which is to say that the category “woman” as well as the category “man” are political and economic categories not eternal ones. Our fight aims to suppress men as a class, not through a genocidal, but a political struggle. read more »
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.
From the preface: read more »