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This issue focuses on the politics of sex work, with emphasis on the influence of race and class, in addition to its mainstay of resistance against systemic oppression.
Table of Contents
Why The Blast? -- Two ways to fight a racist: local groups struggle against the state, for justice -- Wage war on poverty not the poor! -- Class war: just a pipe dream? -- Anti-racist activists chow down at Mike Freeman fundraiser -- Fight for queer rights: it's quick, it's easy, it's against the law! -- Prairie Island, Prairie Island: did somebody say progressive? -- Stillwater prison murders update -- Chilean prison gunfight can't stop control-unit transfer
bomb cops and pols vow fight to the death -- Democracy at work in liberated Chiapas -- Solidarity actions span Mexico: strong defense of communal land -- Brandon Teena--a young gender offender is murdered in Nebraska -- Women under siege in Mississippi: camp sister spirit survives -- Damn genocide: Quebec utility robs Native land -- Blunt this attack on Natives and get high on solidarity instead -- Hotsy-totsy ho ho off to New York on a lesbian avenger caravan -- Letters -- I am a stripper -- Exotic Dancer's Alliance -- Whore -- HF2519 is anti-prostitute -- Black women in the sex industry -- Excerpts from: an unbroken history of Japan's sex slaves -- Racism vs. kkkolonialism -- Treason to whiteness is loyalty to humanity: an interview with Noel Ignatiev of Race Traitor: Journal of the New Abolitionism -- Pig-assisted homicide -- JAM and NOI -- ABC -- Transplant denied -- Resources -- Stop prisoner rape -- Punished for overcrowding -- Ana Lucia on hungerstrike -- Armed and dangerous -- Homeless campsites -- Suspect left -- Stonewall was a riot!: radical queers commemorate the real legacy of Stonewall -- Rev views.
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