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ACTIVISM ZINES BY SIMMONS STUDENTS
Want to know what your fellow Simmons classmates think about activism, white privilege, oppression, and intimate violence prevention?
Check out the Social Justice Zine Collection written by the Simmons Community.
The collection is located to the right of the library service desk in the new "Zine Zone"
No need to check them out. Take what you need.
PROTEST AND MEDIA ZINES
Protest 101 by
This zine has been compiled by the Oh Shit! What Now? Collective and the Crustacean Zine Library as a primer for those who are new to protesting, and a refresher for those with whom we have shared the streets. Our intention is to make this a living document and continue to adapt and change the material to meet the needs of our communities.
BUILDING: A DIY Guide to Creating Spaces, Hosting Events and Fostering Radical Communities
Publication Date: 2012
I run a website logging DIY venues and promoters all over the world at DoDIY.org. Users of the website have frequently asked me for advice on hosting DIY events and for years I have hoped that someone would create a clear, concise, and easily available guide. To the best of my knowledge that has not happened and so I decided to create it myself.
An Activist's Guide to Internet Security by
Publication Date: 2016
This guide aims to be a concise overview on information security for anyone in emancipatory struggles against structures of power. It represents assembled knowledge and best practices from personal experience, conversations with hackers and fellow activists, hacker conferences, and university courses on computer security and cryptography. Nonetheless, the best security is sharing skills with trusted people.
Tech Tools for Activists
Publication Date: 2012
This booklet will help you to use email securely, publish news and upload media anonymously, make your web browsing more anonymous and secure,
use Facebook and Twitter more securely, get organized online without relying on corporate social networking sites, use encrypted messaging on mobile phones, hide stuff on your computer so it can't be found, find a more secure and decentralized replacement for Twitter, support free software, open licenses and decentralized/ federated communication.