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USF School of Law Diversity Week 2022 - A Resource Guide

SILA Zine Making

Join the USF Student Immigration Law Society (SILA) for a day of Zine Making!

What's a Zine?

"A zine, short for fanzine or magazine, is a DIY* subculture self-publication, usually made on paper and reproduced with a photocopier or printer. Zine creators are often motivated by a desire to share knowledge or experience with people in marginalized or otherwise less-empowered communities." - Barnard College Zine Library

For more information about zines, zine research, and zine making, check out the Library of Congress' Zines at the Library of Congress guide!

A stack of magazines

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Library Resources - Available Through Zief and Gleeson Libraries

USF's Zief Law Library and Gleeson Library have extensive collections - in print, eBook, and electronic resource format - on immigration law and immigration policy. Here are just a few titles that may be of interest, but use the Ignacio Catalog or talk to a research librarian to find more!

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