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Vanguard Revisited by Megan Rohrer
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Vanguard Revisited

by Megan Rohrer

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This zine has reprints of texts written by Vanguard, an advocacy organization run by and for queer and street youth in the Tenderloin in San Francisco in the late Sixties, as well as new texts responding to similar issues such as solidarity between queers transgender and street youth, community brutality towards these cultures, positive identity and sexuality, etc.. Original Vanguard publication artwork and new artwork are also included.
  clpzines | Nov 18, 2014 |
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