The FLOCK Collective created Ruptures Volume 1 and Volume 2, zines that aim to collectively imagine alternative futures for racial justice by providing an alternate archive that documents and explores how the indigenous and racial histories upon which UNC-Chapel Hill was founded are erased, experienced, narrated, and contested in campus struggles for memorialization, space, and the reconfiguration of power structures on this campus.
FLOCK Collective members members describe how their work began, how it highlights community and campus activists, and how their exploration has impacted the way they view the world.
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Zine 3-D Flip Book
Explore the Ruptures Volume 2 zine featured in this 3D Flip Book