June 23, 2018: Zine Cultures as Critical Resistance - #ALAannual18 program
A panel of zinesters, zine librarians, and cultural scholars will convene a conversation addressing critical practices of literary and artistic resistance within zine cultures. Zines as a medium and platform are texts of subculture that resist dominant social hierarchies in favor of self-made and independently circulated ideas, distributed among community-based networks, and published outside of traditional publishing structures in many different parts of the world.
Support BIPOC Cultural Production.
We appreciate ACRL Literatures in English Section, European Studies Section, and the Zine Pavilion - a volunteer-run space in the conference exhibit hall featuring a small zine library as well as zinesters from the local community selling their creations - for sponsoring POC Zine Project participation at #ALAannual18. Compensation of $600 will offset the cost of POC Zine Project launching the Bulbancha Is still A Place website, along with payment to ongoing Indigenous contributors.   
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