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'''Evolution of a Race Riot''' was two compilation zines and a third zine listing projects, zines, and resources for people of color who were/are involved in [[Punk|punk rock]] and punk culture. Compiled by [[Mimi Nyguen]], these zines were thick and contained writings from a diverse roster of activists/writers/artists who addressed issues of racism in punk culture, invisibility, class issues, and the ever popular (offensive) "I don't see you as (asian/black/latino/etc.)."
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'''Evolution of a Race Riot''' was two [[Compzine|compilation zine]]s and a third zine listing projects, zines, and resources for people of color who were/are involved in [[Punk|punk rock]] and punk culture.  
  
While this is no longer published, it is a crucial and critical document for POC involved in the subcultural terrain of DIY  publishing, music, art, and culture. There has been nothing comparable since this was compiled and published.
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Compiled by [[Mimi Nguyen]], these zines were thick and contained writings from a diverse roster of [[activist]]s, [[writer]]s and artists who addressed issues of racism in punk culture, invisibility, class issues, and the ever popular (and offensive) "I don't see you as (asian/black/latino/etc.)."
  
[[Category:Zine]] [[Category:POC zines]]
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While this is no longer published, it is a crucial and critical document for POC involved in the subcultural terrain of [[DIY]]  publishing, music, art, and culture. There has been nothing comparable since this was compiled and published.
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[[Category:Zine]][[Category:Zines from the U.S.A.]] [[Category:POC Zine]] [[Category:Compzine]]

Latest revision as of 12:45, 6 December 2007

Evolution of a Race Riot was two compilation zines and a third zine listing projects, zines, and resources for people of color who were/are involved in punk rock and punk culture.

Compiled by Mimi Nguyen, these zines were thick and contained writings from a diverse roster of activists, writers and artists who addressed issues of racism in punk culture, invisibility, class issues, and the ever popular (and offensive) "I don't see you as (asian/black/latino/etc.)."

While this is no longer published, it is a crucial and critical document for POC involved in the subcultural terrain of DIY publishing, music, art, and culture. There has been nothing comparable since this was compiled and published.