Barnard Zine Library News
“A world without police and prisons is not something we can get just by making demands of the state. A world that is genuinely safe and nourishing for us all, one without punishment or exile is one that makes demands of us: that we take care of each other.”
We added zines about police brutality against Black women, Singaporean food, quarantine life through photographs, residual brain fog from Covid, how to build an art collective, connecting with nature during lockdown, and International Women's Day and teen feminism in Greece, a personal sports history, and collage art.
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- What is a Zine?
- How to make a Zine?
- Are Zines Blogs? (spoiler: they are not)
- Zine Genres
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- About the Collection
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- Classes at Barnard
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