Pgh city gov, universities, developers are trying to bulldoze through two neighborhoods & Schenley Park to build a road used exclusively by “autonomous” vehicle shuttles for students & techies.
In this first issue of their new zine, PMA elaborates on the autonomous & anti-capitalist ethic of mutual aid, reflects on the events of January 6, offers some leads for those in Pittsburgh looking to get organized, and more!
This is a critique of how privilege theory and cultural essentialism has been a boom in our city and how it has incapacitated antiracist, feminist, and queer organizing in this country by taking identity categories and equating them with culture, and culture with solidarity.
The zine “Why I’m Queer” was submitted to Filler on 02.21.20 by Thomas, a student at the University of Pittsburgh.
This zine was created by members of the Housing Committee of the Pittsburgh chapter of the Democratic Socialists of America (DSA), with contributions from housing experts and organizations from around the Greater City of Pittsburgh.