why a feminist zine fest?
Why not? Seriously though, social activist bell hooks defines feminism as “a movement to end sexism, sexist exploitation, and oppression.”So much of the work we create is inherently feminist and we thought it would be powerful, beautiful, and necessary to create a space for our feminisms. A space to build community and friendships, a space to exchange ideas.
We believe strongly that stories – our stories – not only bridge necessary gaps, but build true community.
Activism starts with stories. Folks making connections through stories fuel grassroots activism. The more connections we make, the strong we are. The stronger we are, the stronger our revolution.
Zines ARE AN ACT OF RESISTANCE.
Where: The Paper Asylum - 260 Cabot Street, Beverly, MA
When: Saturday, April 25, 2020
11:00a - 5:00p
Immediately following the fest there will be a zine reading! Please join us as we hear some of our tablers read from their work.