Zine Put out by Arrow Archive Zine Library in Guelph. Reader format only
A newly-formatted compilation of two essays exploring the potential of those within prison to transcend the racialized hatred cultivated by prison officials. First, “Back from Hell” by Lorenzo Komboa Evrin, followed by “Black and White and Dead All Over” by Staughton Lynd.
R.I.P. Kimani "Kiki" Gray
Gone but not Forgotten
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
formatted for easy printing + duplication. print portrait with short edge binding. fold and distribute widely! - mitch
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This zine, by the Rosehip Medic Collective covers common illnesses by body system, with signs/symptoms, treatment options, and 'Red Flags' signalling a need for more skilled care. Includes herbal and other folk remedies.
Check out other Rosehip zines, the workshops we give with them, and other info about street medicking & community wellness support at www.rosehipmedics.org read more »
Contains full text of Sarah Schulman's Gentrification of the Mind
For weeks, the riots filled our screens with their void. What did we see? Fires in the night, enigmatic, faceless youths who disappeared seamlessly into darkness or behind smoke-screens, according to vanishing recipes we know nothing about. Something that refuses to be grasped but traps us in a fascinating anxiety. A possession. read more »
What Kind of Allies are These?: reflections on power and politics within the 2012 student strike at Concordia University.Submitted by alexmatak on Mon, 03/18/2013 - 21:48.
This Zine looks at the 2012 student strike in Quebec, as it occured at Concordia University.
An abridged version of an hours thesis, this paper (re-written for easier access!) uses interviews and personal ethnography to interrogate the ways that power relationships play out -within- this resistance movement, and demands the following questions: read more »
Imre Kertész is a Jewish-Hungarian writer currently living in Berlin. He is the author of over 15 books and winner of the 2002 Nobel Prize for Literature for his loosely fictional novel "Fatelessness", which depicted the brutal journey of a teenage Hungarian boy through three separate Nazi concentration camps. read more »
News and information about religious freedom and persecution
A short history of fascism in Serbia - ready to print pamphlet