Wilmington Insurrection: Race Riots
This hand-drawn zine discusses the race riots in Wilmington, NC in 1898.
How can Black-Dalit feminist solidarity create social justice and transformation?
Hi friends! My name is G and I'm a college freshman earning my B.S.in Behavioral Neuroscience and a minor in Psychology. The topic ofmy zine is about the solidarity of Black-Dalit feminists and the impact they have on the social justice movement. We are going to explore the similarities in oppression and activism between the Dalit liberation and the Black Lives Matter Movement. I hope my zine is either educational and/or informational. Thanks for reading! :)
Black- Dalit Feminist Vision
This zine will typically focus on the intersections that exist between Black and Dalit feminism. It will take a trauma- informed lens to understand how transformation may occur in these spheres to get justice for those affected.
The Kosovo War: On Religion and Representation
This zine was created for Prof. Bookman's ENG 201 class in the fall of 2022.
White Saviorism zine
I am interested in the topic of dominant caste, Savarna, saviorism toward Dalit women and White saviorism towards Black women.
I am going to explain what saviorism looks like for Black women and then what saviorism looks like for Dalit women. I will then compare the two and show the similarities between them. I am also going to provide the reasons why saviorism is bad and how to detect it.
I want you, readers, to understand that these two communities may seem very different, because one is about race and one is about caste, but they are actually very similar when you learn about them.
Stop Asian Hate zine
This zine is a way to advocate for the Asian community. The graphic nature is purposeful as the hate crimes committed against Asians are atrocious themselves and should not be censored. This zine is supposed to make people feel uncomfortable because it needs to be seen and remembered. A bit of discomfort is nothing compared to the anxiety and fear Asians have in the U.S., especially since the outbreak of SARS-CoV-2. If enough people are horrified enough to advocate for change, then this zine has fulfilled its purpose.
Black Leadership zine
Aleem A., Hunter Richard, and Gabriella C.
Leadership takes forms in different ways where the art o languages whispers subjectivity.
This zine project takes various definitions of leadership and presents it through a different lens of a political United States.
Black Narratives zine
Mariana Aboumrad, Elisa Jiménez Calisti, and Vanessa Keeley
The articles will analyze different dimensions about thecultural, social and economic policies that revolvearound the American Black community.
It will shed light on the obstacles African Americans must face in a society builtupon systemic racism, consciously or unconsciously determined to not allow them to forget their Blackness.
The line between black and white yet stark in a minority Anglo society. First, we will examine the recent phenomenon of Black Excellence, where the case of John Lewis will be presented followed by an analysis on the 'hunch' of Black exceptionalism.
Second, it will examine the three dimensions no person can escape and how they affect Black communities: Social, economic and political.
And finally, the perpetuation of racism through white culture appropriation will be illustrated throughout two phenomenons: blackface and black fishing.
Social Media Politics Zine
Emma Beach, Mahagani Campbell, Nate Crystal, and Brianna Sanchez
This magazine forefronts the intersection of social media, politics and race. Over the course of you reading this magazine you will learn about the different aspects of these intersections and as well as some people who are worth checking out. If you want to know about different Black owned businesses, people who are involved in promoting different issues such as the climate crisis, BLM, indigenous rights, reproductive justice and more, this magazine will help inform you. Be on the lookout for some creator spotlights and advertisements. We hope you enjoy the magazine and learn something new.
Black and Bold zine
Ramsey Bennani, Mariela Mariano, Britaney McKinney, and Natalia Muro
Two years into the pandemic caused by COVID-19, an unprecedented health crisis that has caught us al l off guard, we look back at how the world has changed since then and in what direction we are moving now.
The purpose of our magazine in the fol lowing pages is to delve into the social, political and economic dimensions of the coronavirus crisis, with special emphasis on the effects this devastating pandemic has had on the African-American community in the United States.
The future will depend on how we react to this event. Solidarity, leadership and generosity as an effective antidote in these difficult times.
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