Recent Submissions

  • Whiteness Within The U.S. Government

    Caroline; Alex; Stacy (2019-10-01)
    Created by Neenah Estrella-Luna's Fall 2019 Sociology 110 course. Zine addresses police brutality, immigration, and racial disparities in the U.S. court system.
  • Whiteness In Sports

    Zuccaro, Kyle; Norton, D.J.; Morales, Lisa (2019-10-01)
    Created by Neenah Estrella-Luna's Fall 2019 Sociology 110 course. Zine addresses white privilege in sports, diversity in the leagues, Colin Kaepernick, Kyle Korver, Adam Jones, and Lawrence (Larry) G. Nassar.
  • Unjust Punishments For People Of Color

    Knight, Kim; Glymn, Sammy; Garcia, Brianna; R.; Pereira, Pedro (2019-10-01)
    Created by Neenah Estrella-Luna's Fall 2019 Sociology 110 course. Zine addresses the racial disparities in prison sentences and incarceration rates, preamble of a white constitution, #Blacklivesmatter, victims on death row, and traffic stop victims.
  • Seeking Acceptance: A Guide For Afro-Latinx Individuals

    Baldini, Mike; Melara, Jennifer; Rosario, Lovashia; Villar, Denice (2019-10-01)
    Created by Neenah Estrella-Luna's Fall 2019 Sociology 336 course. Zine addresses who is considered Afro-Latinx, who can claim the title, sense of belonging, educational resources, personal narratives, academic narratives, financial resources, and counseling resources.
  • Rehabilitation In The U.S. Prisons System

    Chris; Jared; Luisa; Martina; Rosalys (2018-10-01)
    Created by Neenah Estrella-Luna's Fall 2019 Sociology 110 course. Zine addresses the history of U.S. prison, how rehabilitation is used in U.S. prisons currently, the differences in rehabilitation across the globe, the impact of local government and the benefits of rehabilitation, and improving rehabilitation in U.S. prisons.
  • It Matters

    Trevon; Hillary; Janiah; Brianha (2019-10-01)
    Created by Neenah Estrella-Luna's Fall 2019 Sociology 336 course. Zine addresses what it means to identity as Afro-Latinx. Zine contains personal stories and reasons why this issue is important and should matter on a global level.
  • The Color Of Justice

    Ge; Scarlen; Gisella; Eleanor; S., Jake (2019-10-01)
    Created by Neenah Estrella-Luna's Fall 2019 Sociology 110 course. Zine addresses racial disparity in judge appointments, jury selection, cases that did not make the courtroom, Emmett Till, false incarcerations, Rodney Reed, racial disparity in prison sentences.
  • Family & Fatherhood

    Anonymous (2019-10-01)
    Created by Neenah Estrella-Luna's Fall 2019 Sociology 110 course. Zine addresses common stereotypes and myths surrounding black fathers perpetuated by the media. Zine discusses facts, statistics and highlights social media movements that have sprung up to combat these stereotypes.