Found in the ruins

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'''Found in the ruins''' by Australian [[zinester]] Sunil, the [[zine]] is named for the Minor Threat song ''Guilty of (not) being white''.  The zine contains a record of Sunil's personal life and activism (including his account of the protests that accompanied the Forbes 500 executive conference held in Sydney); the zine also including a condensed version of his honours thesis which discusses the issue of racism in the diy/punk community.
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'''Found in the ruins''' is by Australian [[zinester]] Sunil. The [[zine]] is named for the Minor Threat song ''Guilty of (not) being white''.   
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'''Found in the ruins''' contains a record of Sunil's personal life and [[Activist|activism]],  and included his account of the protests that accompanied the Forbes 500 executive conference held in Sydney. The zine also including a condensed version of his honours thesis which discusses the issue of racism in the [[DIY]]/[[punk]] community.
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[[Category:Zine]] [[Category:Australian Zines]] [[Category:2000's publications]]

Revision as of 05:40, 27 August 2007

Found in the ruins is by Australian zinester Sunil. The zine is named for the Minor Threat song Guilty of (not) being white.

Found in the ruins contains a record of Sunil's personal life and activism, and included his account of the protests that accompanied the Forbes 500 executive conference held in Sydney. The zine also including a condensed version of his honours thesis which discusses the issue of racism in the DIY/punk community.

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