POC ZINE PROJECT — POC ZINE PROJECT founder Daniela Capistrano’s zine...
POC ZINE PROJECT founder Daniela Capistrano’s zine BAD MEXICAN!!! 
On display along with INTERNATIONAL GIRL GANG UNDERGROUND #1 at the Brooklyn College Zine Library in the new exhibit Fold, Staple, Share: Highlights from the Brooklyn College Library Zine Collection (read press release). It will be on display until November and can be viewed whenever the library is open.
Photo by Kate Wadkins (IGGU co-editor and badass) 
A big thanks to the folks at Brooklyn College Zine Library for making a conscious effort to include zines by people of color in their collection. Browse it now.
Are you a POC zinester and want to see your zine added to the Brooklyn College Zine Library collection? Submit now.
About Brooklyn College Zine Library
The Brooklyn College Library Zine Collection specializes in zines that relate to Brooklyn, zines by Brooklyn College students and alumni, zines about zines, and other zines that relate to the student body and curriculum of Brooklyn College. The Zine Collection was founded in 2011 by Alycia Sellie, Media and Cultural Studies Librarian at Brooklyn College Library, with assistance from two cohorts of summer zine interns: Devon Nevola and Robin Potter (2011), and Sarah Rappo and Erica Saunders (2012). Whenever possible, two copies of each zine are collected: one will be in the open browsing collection, accessible whenever the library is open; the other will be placed in Special Collections at the library, accessible by appointment.

POC ZINE PROJECT founder Daniela Capistrano’s zine BAD MEXICAN!!!

On display along with INTERNATIONAL GIRL GANG UNDERGROUND #1 at the Brooklyn College Zine Library in the new exhibit Fold, Staple, Share: Highlights from the Brooklyn College Library Zine Collection (read press release). It will be on display until November and can be viewed whenever the library is open.

Photo by Kate Wadkins (IGGU co-editor and badass) 

A big thanks to the folks at Brooklyn College Zine Library for making a conscious effort to include zines by people of color in their collection. Browse it now.

Are you a POC zinester and want to see your zine added to the Brooklyn College Zine Library collection? Submit now.

About Brooklyn College Zine Library

The Brooklyn College Library Zine Collection specializes in zines that relate to Brooklyn, zines by Brooklyn College students and alumni, zines about zines, and other zines that relate to the student body and curriculum of Brooklyn College. The Zine Collection was founded in 2011 by Alycia Sellie, Media and Cultural Studies Librarian at Brooklyn College Library, with assistance from two cohorts of summer zine interns: Devon Nevola and Robin Potter (2011), and Sarah Rappo and Erica Saunders (2012). Whenever possible, two copies of each zine are collected: one will be in the open browsing collection, accessible whenever the library is open; the other will be placed in Special Collections at the library, accessible by appointment.