The Stuart Hall Library is hosting an evening of presentations and discussions to launch the current issue of Race Revolt zine. Race Revolt compiles a range of contributions focusing on race, ethnicity, and identity in queer, feminist, and diy subcultures. The zine began in 2007 ‘as an intervention into the silences around race in queer, feminist and activist communities' and has recently published its 5th issue.
The event will invite the zine's editor Humaira Saeed and fellow contributors to elaborate on the issue's themes. Attendees are invited to take part in the discussions and engage with content of the zine.
Race Revolt is a welcome addition the newly established zine collection held in the Library. For more information about our recent zine events and our zine collection please contact us.
The event is taking place in the Stuart Hall Library Thursday 27th January 2011.
To book a place at this event please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
020 7749 1240
Find out more
- Race Revolt
Race Revolt homepage featuring online content of previous issues.
- Stuart Hall Library zine collection launch
Previous zine events in the library.
- Call for zines
Information on how to donate your zines to the Stuart Hall Library.
- Race Revolt audio
Audio recording of the panel discussion from the Race Revolt zine launch.
- Race Revolt audio part 2
Audio recording of Q+A discussions.