"Welcome to transitions; m name is Fatima Shayla Pearl, I am an African American Transwoman doing time in prison like many other transwomen nationwide and possibly world wide. However, like most people there is far more to me than my being a transwoman. I'm a college graduate, and have also had the opportunity to travel both at home and abroad."
"This issue is dedicated to anyone who has fought back. Anyone who has had to defend themselves. Anyone who has ever had to say something because it was too much. Anyone who was too scared but still wakes up and breathes. Anyone who has been made uncomfortable and didn't know what to do. This zine is for you."
This issue contains story telling and articles of decolonization and to fight for freedom. "We can't let a natural way of life quietly die off when the earth awakens and shakes all kinds of systems up. We have responsibilities to our ancestors and to our future to protect the balance in nature and to help shake those systems upside down when they threaten us".
Articles include Plan Nord Be Damned; Ontario Teachers Rally Workers; Racism in the Nova Scotia Home; Idle No More: Where the Mainstream Media Went Wrong; What if Natives Stop Subsidizing Canada; Oil and Gas Reserves Never Idle; Positive Approaches to AIDS Stigma
"This zine is about art by black queers, black feminist punks and other black folks I admire." Interviews, information, letter about Vaginal Creme Davis, James Spooner (Afropunk director), Adee Roberson, Kalup Linzy, Jacob Gardens.