VOLUME I, ISSUE #7
We take a look at a photographer, a zinester, and a pair of playwrights all passionate about calling attention to the underrepresented around them: the small town citizens, LGBT minorities, and immigrants. What motivated these creators to champion the overlooked and underheard?
Phil Kwilecki sold his family's hardware store in Decatur, Georgia, and picked up a camera, documenting faces, places, and circumstances in his hometown and the surrounding county. While he struggled to gain widespread exposure, he corresponded with many legends and accumulated a perspective on place that spanned four decades and countless faces.
A DIY group of self-made self-publishers head out on the second Race Riot Tour, bringing inspiration, education, and activation to fellow people of color who express themselves by making independent zines.