Reading and Zines
I like reading. I will put educational reads or relevant links here.
Here are freely available, digital zines.
- Project Nia
- Organization Link
- Launched in 2009, Project NIA is an advocacy, organizing, popular education, research, and capacity-building center with the long-term goal of ending youth incarceration. We believe that several simultaneous approaches are necessary in order to develop and sustain community-based alternatives to the system of policing and incarceration. Our mission is to dramatically reduce the reliance on arrest, detention, and incarceration for addressing youth crime and to instead promote the use of restorative and transformative practices, a concept that relies on community-based alternatives.
- Zines - 52 free zines regarding abolition, youth crime and restorative justice
- Tags: abolition
- Racial Capitalism & Prison Abolition Zine by Zine Library - This zine is written and illustrated to make accessible the theories of Black Marxist and prison abolitionist scholars including Cedric Robinson, Robin D.G. Kelley, Ruth Wilson Gilmore, Mariame Kaba, Angela Davis and others. We invite you to share this zine widely. Download the free PDF version of the zine here: tiny.cc/zinelibrary | Tags: abolition
- MelaNation Zine - 6 zines
- MelaNation is a zine and digital space created by activists at BYP100 DC, a collective of Black activists who work through a Black queer feminist lens and fight for justice for all Black people. We believe that no one is free from oppression until the most marginalized within our society are liberated, and MelaNation is a creative world for Black folks in the DC metro area to explore what liberation could look like in our communities.
- Tags: black (diaspora US)
- Jordan Underwood's 3 Fat Zines (an introspective triptych pushing past positivity) - Fat Vanity, Fat Liberation, The Weight of Us All | Tags: fat
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