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''The Revolution Starts At Home'' came out as a paper zine in September 2008, at a launch party at Modern Times Bookstore in San Franscisco.  At a whopping 111 pages full-sized, it is an uncommonly large zine. It later became available as a pdf on the INCITE! Women of Color Against Violence website.
 
''The Revolution Starts At Home'' came out as a paper zine in September 2008, at a launch party at Modern Times Bookstore in San Franscisco.  At a whopping 111 pages full-sized, it is an uncommonly large zine. It later became available as a pdf on the INCITE! Women of Color Against Violence website.
  
In March 2011, an updated version of''The Revolution Starts At Home'' will be published as a book by South End Press.
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In March 2011, an updated version of ''The Revolution Starts At Home'' will be published as a book by South End Press.
  
 
==External Links==
 
==External Links==

Revision as of 17:47, 24 May 2010

The Revolution Starts At Home

The Revolution Starts At Home: Confronting Partner Abuse in Activist Communities is a compilation zine edited by the Revolution Starts at Home collective: Leah Lakshmi Piepzna-Samarasinha, Ching-In Chen and Jai Dulani.

The Revolution Starts At Home came out as a paper zine in September 2008, at a launch party at Modern Times Bookstore in San Franscisco. At a whopping 111 pages full-sized, it is an uncommonly large zine. It later became available as a pdf on the INCITE! Women of Color Against Violence website.

In March 2011, an updated version of The Revolution Starts At Home will be published as a book by South End Press.

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