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Trabajadora (Magazine)

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Spain

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Trabajadora is the magazine of La Secretaría confederal de la Mujer (Confederate Women's Secretary) of the Spanish labor union CCOO. The magazine was founded in 1984 and now gets published quarterly; emphasis on women and work, discrimination, equality, women's rights, etc. All issues since 2001 can get downloaded as pdf-files for free.

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Race Revolt (zine)

Location

Manchester
United Kingdom
53° 28' 45.3036" N, 2° 14' 52.5336" W

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Race Revolt is "a zine on race politics by feminists and queers" with an emphasis on (anti-)racism, ethnicity, identity and a critical view on feminist/queer/DIY/punk activism and communities related to their own whiteness and ignorance of "race". Humaira Saeed (editor): "This is a beginning. A beginning of a much needed conversation that considers and addresses race within feminist, queer and diy communities and beyond. That considers the whiteness of these communities, that finds ways for us to move forward." So far five issues have been published, all of them can be read on the website

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Call: Davis Feminist Film Festival 2013 (Deadline: Dec 15, 2012)

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The Consortium for Women and Research is now accepting submissions for the 2013 Davis Feminist Film Festival!

The Davis Feminist Film Festival welcomes films from professionals, students, and community members locally, nationally, and internationally. People underrepresented in the media field are especially encouraged to submit a film for consideration.

The Davis Feminist Film Festival is a short film festival. Films must be shorter than 35 minutes in length.

Films submitted to the festival for consideration must meet at least two of the following criteria:

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SFRIOT a night of MUSIC and self publishing ART to support our Local Women run Women's Clinic!

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SFRIOT JUNE 2012

SFRIOT a night of MUSIC and self publishing ART & women gathering supporting all women who wish to find community in SF and to support our Local Women run Women's Clinic! Lyon Martin ~

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Art
Crafts
Demonstration
Event
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Group/Network
Music
Photography
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Activism
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Disabilities
Do-It-Yourself
Girls and young women
Human rights
Networking & community building
Older woman
Peace
Poverty
Queer feminism
Race & ethnicity
Representation of women
Reproductive rights
Riot Grrrl
Social Work
Women's Liberation Movement
Work and employment
Youth culture
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Sheba Feminist Publishers (1980-1994)

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United Kingdom

ABOUT SHEBA FEMINIST PRESS

Sheba Feminist Press was established in 1980 -- one of a handful
of small independent publishers born of the UK women's movement
during the 70s and early 80s. The new feminist presses turned
their backs on the high-modernist clique then firmly in control
of the British book scene, and looked instead at what that world
literally couldn't see: the writing of women who hadn't been to
Oxford or Cambridge, and who weren't necessarily white or
heterosexual or middle-class, and who didn't speak with the
polished vowels of Bloomsbury. The new

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Feminist Review (Journal)

Location

London
United Kingdom
51° 30' 0.5472" N, 0° 7' 34.4496" W

Feminist Review is a peer reviewed, interdisciplinary journal setting new agendas for feminism. Feminist Review invites critical reflection on the relationship between materiality and representation, theory and practice, subjectivity and communities, contemporary and historical formations. The FR Collective is committed to exploring gender in its multiple forms and interrelationships.

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Working Class Women's Liberation Newsletter (1978-?)

Location

United Kingdom

"Set up in Jan '78 because they were pissed off with middle class crap. Appears 6 times a year, and their circulation is higher than any middle class feminist would expect. Distributed: subs. A different group does the newsletter each time, so it rotates. Takes about 50 hours to produce one. It is easy for women to get involved, also since they are demystifying the publication process. It is aimed at working class women's liberationinists, and provides contact, info, interest, impetus, support.

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Charlie Little (Blog)

Location

United Kingdom

Charlie is lots of things- a lesbian, radical feminist, anarchist, working class (origin) and a northerner…

Charlie is not queer, a femme, a ‘woman’, an indiscriminate man hater (I just don’t like men who are sexist which means most of them), a student, a socialist, pro-censorship or anti-censorship nor do I live anywhere near London.

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Make/Shift Magazine

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Make/shift magazine creates and documents contemporary feminist culture and action by publishing journalism, critical analysis, and visual and text art. Made by an editorial collective committed to antiracist, transnational, and queer perspectives, make/shift embraces the multiple and shifting identities of feminist communities. We know there’s exciting work being done in various spaces and forms by people seriously and playfully resisting and creating alternatives to systematic oppression. Make/shift exists to represent, participate in, critique, provoke, and inspire more of that good work.

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Magazine
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Anti-Imperialism
Activism
Alternative economies
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Do-It-Yourself
Global affairs & transnationalism
LGBT and queer issues
Migration & border issues
Networking & community building
Queer feminism
Race & ethnicity
Art
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