|This is the Open Source Classsism, Racism and Sexism Project. This project is a series of independently created publications which I am compiling from sources all over the world. The first installment of the Open Source Classism, Racism and Sexism Project is all about Hurricane Katrina as it indirectly and directly related to Corporate Media, the Blogosphere and censorship from progressive and conservative groups.|
The first project is titled: "The Open Source Classism, Racism, and Sexism Project: Hurricane Katrina, The Blogosphere And Corporate Media... "White People Find, Black People Loot."
Each of these publications is entirely not-for-profit and "Open Source," which in this case, means that no one owns them and anyone can print them out and circulate them.
Please print the publications out and place them in your home, activist group, local co-ops, local coffee shops, collectives, libraries and other places. In this first issue I included 19 pages, so that you can create your own page 20 (add your agreements, disagreements with this publication, add a flyer for your activist project, your activist group, your distro etc.,) and then publish this publication as a 20 page booklet on the front and back of 5 sheets of 11â€ x 17â€ (or 279 x 432 mm) paper.
The Campus Activism website will have the document and the pdf versions of this project, Issue #1 and Issue #2.
Important: If you are looking for issue #3 you will not find it here, but you can find it at this website: http://www.opensource.dsame.com
Please keep in mind that if you cannot download the document version (or if your browser causes the document version to display in a distorted manner) please look under "files" and you will also see the pdf version which is the best printable version of this resource.
More information about this project can be found here:
The community inclusive, open source nature of this resource makes it a very important project which may change the way in which information is circulated so that progressive activists need not rely upon those who censor information.
Thank you very much.
Love for the people,
I am also available to speak to students in a workshop or at a class about this matter.
"True peace is not merely the absence of tension: it is the presence of justice."
by Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
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