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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''.   
'''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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'''Found in the ruins''' contains a record of Sunil's personal life and [[Activist|activism]],  and includes his account of the protests that accompanied the Forbes 500 executive conference held in Sydney. The zine also includes 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
Found in the ruins

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 includes his account of the protests that accompanied the Forbes 500 executive conference held in Sydney. The zine also includes a condensed version of his honours thesis which discusses the issue of racism in the DIY/punk community.

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