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'''Framing Historical Theft''' is a defunct personal zine that was published by Athena Tan, a high school student in Manila, Philippines, from 2000 to 2001. It included short essays and entries from Athena's online journal on culture, race, and ethnicity from a Filipina and postcolonial perspective.
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'''Framing Historical Theft''' is a defunct personal zine that was published by Athena T., a high school student in Manila, Philippines, from 2000 to 2001. It included short essays and entries from Athena's online journal on culture, race, and ethnicity from a Filipina and postcolonial perspective. The second and final issue had a print run of approximately 200.

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Framing Historical Theft is a defunct personal zine that was published by Athena T., a high school student in Manila, Philippines, from 2000 to 2001. It included short essays and entries from Athena's online journal on culture, race, and ethnicity from a Filipina and postcolonial perspective. The second and final issue had a print run of approximately 200.