Nonfiction

The Perch: a Creative Platform for Social Exchange

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other,The Perch: a Creative Platform for Social Exchange
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2012 or later
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"Inspired by the potential within environments made for learning, The Perch invistes and supports the sharing of ideas."
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How Beehive Collective Changed the World

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Zine, How Beehive Collective Changed the World
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2008
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How Beehive Collective Changed the World is a zine about how the Beehive Collective art group uses their art to oppose war.
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How Barbara Kruger Changed the World (Baugh)

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Zine, How Barbara Kruger Changed the World (Baugh)
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2010
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How Barbara Kruger Changed the World (Baugh) is a zine about the life and works of Barbara Kruger.
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Aaron Hughes

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Zine, Aaron Hughes
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2010
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This zine is part of the Temporary Conversations project by Temporary Services, which publishes unedited interviews with various artists, activists, and thinkers. In this zine, Nicolas Lampert interviews Aaron Hughes, an Iraq War veteran who currently is an anti-war activist with the group Iraq Veterans Against War (IVAW).
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Due Time

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Zine, Due Time
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October 2014
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This booklet, designed by Temporary Services, is authored and illustrated by an Illinois-based group of artists, teachers, activists and prisoners. It sensitively explores the movement in time in prison, as compared to the speed of life and labor on the outside. (from halfletterpress.com)
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Organize Your Own: The Politics and Poetics of Self-determination Movements

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Book, Tucker, Daniel
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2016
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This book is part of a multi-city exhibition called Organize Your Own: The Politics and Poetics of Self-Determination Movements. It strives to invite artists and poets to consider what it means to "organize your own" in the context of social and racial justice. It also includes histories of organizing that form the foundation of today's self-determination movements.
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978194019011252000

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