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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.
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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
H.E.A.L. stands for Human, Earth and Animal Liberation. We are all interconnected with one another and must recognize that every action we take has an effect on the world around us. Print out this flyer and post it everywhere.
1909. James Joyce lives in Trieste (Italy) with his family. End of October, he leaves alone for Dublin on a business trip, and stays there until the end of December. He makes a pact with his wife to write to each other erotic letters. read more »
Nanni Balestrini, author of the intoxicating and maddening novel "The Unseen", returns with yet another brilliant piece about class struggle in Europe. read more »
Untorelli Press presents a compilation of historical documents, interviews, and critical analyses of STAR, a group of street queens in early 70s New York City who self-organized for survival and revolt. Contained within are pamphlets distributed by STAR, as well as interviews with and speeches by Sylvia Rivera and Marsha P. Johnson. read more »
Translated for the first time into English, the history of the German autonomous anticapitalist movement is traced back to the 1970s in this firsthand account. Battling police in riot gear, the early members of the autonomous movement used military tactics that included barricading and hurling Molotov cocktails in protest. read more »