Daniela, founder of POC Zine Project, will be attending the Baltimore Feminist BBQ Series today (August 12) to have fun, learn more about Baltimore’s DIY, activist and zine communities and connect with cool folks.
The Baltimore tour stop for the POC Zine Project tour is October 6, so Daniela is looking forward to meeting new poc zinesters and allies in Baltimore today!
Follow @poczineproject on Twitter if you’d like to see Daniela’s livetweets from the Baltimore Feminist BBQ, which is from 6-10pm.
IT’S NOT ALL ABOUT YOU: blogger Suzy X. examines the rugged individualism so prevalent in mainstream feminist politics today. From Slutwalk and sex positivity, to the defense of reproductive rights, and to the liberal aspirations of Having It All™, she believes one of the setbacks of feminism today is the narrow interpretation of “the personal is political,” that prioritizes a focus on the individual over intersectional and collective organizing.http://suzy-x.tumblr.com/
- POC Zine Project
About the BBQ Series
This summer, the Baltimore Feminist Reading Group will host a series of chillzone BBQs open to women and trans ppl. Each BBQ will feature presentations and performances, free food, andprovide a space to meet each other, discuss feminism, and hang out. Topics will include transfeminism, reproductive justice, prison abolition, sex positivity, and more. Come party/eat/chat with us!
Each BBQ will take place from 6-10pm at the Red Clover Collective House, at 603 E 30th Street. Childcare provided.
The dates are:
MOONROOT issue 2, MOONROUTES is availabe on issuu, y’all!
We <3 the folks behind MOONROOT so much! Here’s the description for MOONROUTES:
“MOONROOT is an ongoing collective project about race, gender, and bodies. It is an evolving experiment in deep, loving community-building among self-identified womyn, trans*, and/or genderqueer persons of Asian descent (whether East Asian, South Asian, Pacific Islander, Southeast Asian, Central Asian, West Asian, hapa or mixed) living in diaspora, across borders and geographies. We believe that because our multiple and intersecting identities often render us invisible and misrepresented (even within our own communities), reclaiming our voices is a radical act of love and recognition.”
If you want to order print versions of MOONROOT, here is their contact info:
You can also contribute to MOONROOT by subscribing. Consider (if you have the founds) being a sustaining donor!
We’re looking forward to connecting with MOONROOT folks during our Oct. 6 Baltimore tour date, and at this Sunday’s Feminist BBQ Series!