Creative Dundee

Read the Act Locally Zine: Perspectives on Inequality

Back in October, Creative Dundee organised an event as part of the Festival of the Future called: ‘Act Locally: Today’s Fight for the Future of Equality’. Besides the talks and discussion on the theme, we were able to produce a zine specifically for the event, commissioning the work of writers who shared their perspective on inequality as they see and experience it. After the popularity and positive reception for the publication, we are now making it available here for you to read (at the bottom of this page).

The zine was designed by Julie Cumming, designer and maker of zines who has also written about them for Creative Dundee, and edited by our Digital Producer Sam Gonçalves.

Contributors included Becca Inglis, who has written for several publications including her powerful essay for 404Ink’s Nasty Women collection, and Tomiwa Folorunso, an insightful voice in Scottish media and a regular contributor to BBC The Social.

What are the inequalities you experience/observe around you? Use #ActLocally on all social media and let us know!


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