Zines

A Love Letter to the Future
A Window Propped Open I: Timelines
A Window Propped Open II: Lessons Learned Organizing After Hurricane Harvey

A Window Propped Open III: Reflections on Two Years of Harvey Recovery Work

All We Have Is Each Other: A Guide To Creating Fabric Masks
Alternatives to EMS
Anarchist Responses to a Pandemic: The COVID-19 Crisis as a Case Study in Mutual Aid
Asian American Feminist Antibodies: Care in the Time of Coronavirus
Class Struggle and Mental Health
Climate Crisis and the State: Disarray
Communalism Against Climate Chaos
Dreaming With Our Hands: On Autonomy, In(ter)dependence, and the Regaining of the Commons
DIY Emergency Handwashing Station
From Banks and Tanks to Cooperation and Caring
Home Remedies for Common Maladies
Living Through the Catastrophe
Mutual Aid Disaster Relief: Lessons Learned
Mutual Aid, Trauma, and Resiliency
Mutual Fire Brigade
Open the Borders: Welcoming Climate Refugees
Organizing On A Sinking Ship
Practicas Seguras Para Apoyo Mutuo y Distribucion de Alimentos Durante la Pandemia de Coronavirus
Prison Is No Place for a Pandemic
Puerto Rico’s DIY Disaster Relief
Rethinking the Apocalypse
Solidarity for Survival: Pitching In When Disaster Hits
Staying Healthy Staying Connected: COVID19 Information for Prisoners
Survival and Support: Beyond Prisons’ Short for Supporting Incarcerated Loved Ones During COVID19
Safety Practices for Mutual Aid Food & Supply Distribution During the Coronavirus Pandemic
To Heal We Must Resist, To Resist We Must Heal: A Zine on Navigating Trauma
Traveling Companions
Unmasking Yellow Peril
When Every Community Is Ground Zero: Pulling Each Other Through a Pandemic
When We Got Handed Gatorade We Danced in the Street
Why Misogynists Make Great Informants