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Personal Best
Collection of Zines
Proceeds Benefit Planned Parenthood

This collection of zines examines the lasting impact of Riot Grrrl on artists and cultural producers working today. 

A pioneering punk feminist movement that emerged in the early 1990s, Riot Grrrl has had a pivotal influence, inspiring many around the world to pursue socially and politically progressive careers as artists, activists, authors and educators.

Commissioned as part of the programming that accompanied the Portland exhibition of Alien She, Personal Best Vols 1-4 compiles the work of over thirty musicians, artists, educators, and activists' reflections on Riot Grrrl. 

Proceeds benefit Planned Parenthood Columbia Willamette.

Size: 8.5" x 5.5", 32 pages each.

Zines: Four

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Emphasizing female and youth empowerment, collaborative organization, creative resistance and DIY ethics, Riot Grrrl helped a new generation to become active feminists and create their own culture and communities that reflect their values and experiences, in contrast to mainstream conventions and expectations.

Work by: A.K. Burns, A.L. Steiner, Amber Dawn, Blake Martinez, Bridget Irish, Cielo Lutino, Courtney Dailey, Cynthia Star, Daniela Sea, Alex Deets, Donna Dresch, Evelyn McDonnell, Gilly Ann Hanner, Jean Smith, Jody Bleyle, Jon Raymond, Julianna Bright, Kerri Koch, Khaela Maricich, Lisa Schonberg, Lucinda Roanoke, Mike Clark, Molly 16, Nadia Buyse, Nikki Levine, Pat Castaldo, Paloma Parfrey, Rachel Hanes, Robin V Clark, Sarah Dougher, Sarah Mirk, Sara Jaffe, Seth Lorinczi, sts, Tae Won Yu, Tanya Pluth, & Tedra Demitriou. Edited by Jessica Funaro.