November is Native American Heritage Month. Check out these zines by Native/Indigenous folks…
The zine starts out with Native American issues and history where Kesheena gives a quick over view of the basics of Native folks culture and history. Kesheena pens an emotional open letter to her future son, which illustrates the difficulties of navigating Native stereotypes. Also included are thoughts on the Hopi Paris Auction and Pendleton and much much more.
Native Punx Unite was started to promote and connect Indigenous punks, artists and activist.
The follow-up to Empower Yoself Before You Wreck Yoself: Native American Feminist Musings. “In the Navajo language, nizhóní means “beautiful” and like the woman on the cover, we’re here to say that every Native woman is encouraged to dance to her own beautiful beat!”