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Workin' On It
a collection of comments made in a POC forum on how they've been tokenized/alienated by white people
Anarchist People of Color (APOC)
about Workin' On It
Collective Liberation on my mind
Collection of essays on white supremacy and sexism, intended to further debate and discussion in the anarchist/ social justice movements.
about Collective Liberation on my mind
Feminist League for Agitation Propaganda Issue 1 Volume 1
"The G8 Issue" of FLAP's newsletter, published during the G8 development ministers' meeting in Halifax.
about Feminist League for Agitation Propaganda Issue 1 Volume 1
The Naked Riot #2
"Deconstructing systems of power and redefining our lives and what is valuable through self-love, nudity, art and language."
about The Naked Riot #2
Letters From the War Years: Some Notes on Love and Struggle in Times of War: A Queer/Trans POC Anti-War Zine
This Zine includes diary entries, poems, song lyrics, open-letters and essays in response to 9/11 and the US War on Terror.
War on Terror
about Letters From the War Years: Some Notes on Love and Struggle in Times of War: A Queer/Trans POC Anti-War Zine
What 'Appen to South Africa? 1976 - 2005: Defiance to Apartheid, Neoliberalism, and Recuperator of Defiance
This Zine includes an introduction and three essays on the history of apartheid in South Africa. There are also updates on the state of race relations, and specific organizations and issues today.
Black Consciousness Movement
about What 'Appen to South Africa? 1976 - 2005: Defiance to Apartheid, Neoliberalism, and Recuperator of Defiance
Guns for Hire: How the CIA and U.S. Army Recruit Mercenaries for White Rhodesia
A "reprint of a radical intelligence report from the late 1970s" that covers the recruitment and actions of U.S. mercenaries in Zimbabwe.
Central Intelligence Agency (CIA)
about Guns for Hire: How the CIA and U.S. Army Recruit Mercenaries for White Rhodesia
Hello Alabama: A One Shot Disaster
"This is me processing this experience, trying to make sense of this place that I landed, a place where I have never felt more alien, more misfit and more disjointed."
about Hello Alabama: A One Shot Disaster
You Might As Well Live #7 / Hope #14
about You Might As Well Live #7 / Hope #14
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