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Zines! Zines EVERYWHERE | Community Action and Social Justice Coalition This is a page for the comprehensive online listing of the CASJ Zine Library. CASJ itself is a diverse organization and a broad coalition and the documents contained here do not represent the views or thoughts of every individual member. These zines are merely intended to educate individuals interested in learning more about social justice related theories and to act as a resource for activists and member organizations. Here are links to specific zines Alternative Teaching Methods American University Protest Guide Anarchism and American Traditions Banner Drop Borrow and Loot Chapter Building and Student Organizing Basics Communique from an Absent Future Consensus Cyberpunk Apocalypse Pornopticon Gentrification – Not in My City Go Fuck Yourself HPV (Partial) Instead of a Primer Learning Good Consent Medi-zine Men Unlearning Rape Menstrual Extraction Natural History No I Don’t Dig Up Bones Not Without My Consent Or Let It Sink Said the Pot to the Kettle – Feminist Theory for Anarchist Men Spices Like this: Follow

About Us | Flex Your Rights Home / About Us Our YouTube channel has surpassed 31 million views! Flex Your Rights (Flex) is a 501(c)(3) educational nonprofit launched in 2002. As a civil liberties organization, we are laser-focused on improving the constitutional literacy of all Americans. To accomplish this, we create and distribute the most compelling, trustworthy, and practical know-your-rights media content in the universe. Success Online & On the Streets The Flex Your Rights YouTube channel has surpassed 31 million views and 99 thousand subscribers. And in addition to changing individual lives for the better, our work fights injustices and disparities in the criminal justice system by… Building better case law by packing courts with more sympathetic and intelligent plaintiffsEmpowering community activists push back against unjust stop-and-frisks and other invasive police practices, andInfluencing entire police departments to respect citizens’ constitutional rights Constitutional Literacy Toolkit

CrimethInc. Ex-Workers’ Collective : Home Tis the Season for Dumpster Diving | Disrupting Dinner Parties Fall is almost here, my friends. Forget candy apples and halcyon hayrides: we begin the glory days of dumpster diving. It’s cool enough to keep the apples crisp, and warm enough to make the late nights welcoming. While I wouldn’t call myself a freegan, about half of the food that I eat is “rescued.” Though I have the means to buy the food I need, dumpster diving supports the life I want to live: one of generosity, community building, and obscenely good food. It’s also taught me a few lessons, in cooking, in community, and in the inequalities in our food system. Poor form, good effort. The Mechanics: What to Bring - a headlamp - sturdy garden gloves - socks, pants and shoes that can take a few stains (ie. stray egg yolks, spilled milk). - a car - sturdy boxes / crates (or be prepared to borrow some) - coffee + water (as you’ll be going late at night — 11:00pm – 3:00am) - upper body strength (lifting a bag of bananas up and out of a dumpster is pretty tiring) - ethics and decency. Like this:

the world-wide guide to dumpster diving :