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Leave the World a Better Place

This is a list of long-running zines that deal with social change in one way or another. You can find them in the Zine Collection on the First Floor of Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh - Main. Browse Zines at LibraryThing

Atoe, Osa
Shotgun Seamstress
Osa Atoe engages primarily with racism and homophobia in her zine.
 
Burns, Jes Editor
Demonstration
Demonstration is a progressive lesbian zine from New Orleans. “Stuff to Read, Stuff to Look At, Stuff to Think About, Stuff to Discuss, Stuff to Learn, Stuff to Connect.”
 
Crabb, Cindy
Doris
This is a perzine (personal zine) in which Crabb writes about her emotional life and relationships as well as about gender roles, sexual abuse, anarchism and more.
 
Donner, Christa
Ladyfriend
Donner gathers and shares women’s experiences on varied topics such as shoes, driving, and age, with a view towards building power.
 
Hunnicut, Tony
Show Me the Money
Hunnicut’s Show Me the Money zine contains his economic and political analysis of contemporary American events.
 
Moniz, Tomas
Rad Dad
Tomas Moniz is a radical single father of two daughters. He writes pieces for and edits contributions by others to this progressive parenting zine.
 
Road, Cristy
Green Zine
This is a perzine in which Road addresses issues such as assault, gender, and sexuality.
 
Various Authors
Carbusters: Journal of the Carfree Movement
Carbusters is published four times a year by the World Carfree Movement. It provides information on car culture and alternatives to it, and calls for its readers to act on behalf of transportation reform.
 

Updated: 4/1/2011