The Anarcha-Feminisms issue of the in-house journal of the Institute for Anarchist Studies. This issue includes a graphic story by Cindy Crabb, author of the long-running zine “Doris;” essays on the history of ’70s anarcha-feminism; the relation between Black feminism and anarchism; women and the relation between the psychological sciences and the prison system; the dominant approaches to the relationship between anarchism and feminism, including a feminist critique of how anarchism falls short; Indigenous feminism; and organizing anarchist responses to Hepatitis C and HIV. It also includes a manifesto challenging liberal tendencies in anarchist feminism by two members of the Black Rose Anarchist Federation writing from Chile, and drawing on South American militant movements; and a personal account of exclusion and inclusion in radical circles by a young trans person. Not to mention book reviews, a reflection by original IAS board member Paul Messersmith-Glavin on 20 years of the IAS, and more IAS-related news and updates.
Cover Design by Josh MacPhee, interior design by Josh MacPhee and Lantz Arroyo, illustrations by N.O. Bonzo, Melanie Cervantes, Aaron Hughes & Combat Paper, Kristen Huizar, Josh MacPhee, Lesly Yobany Mendoza, Meredith Stern, and Bec Young, printed by Eberhardt Press.