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“These zines were originally published online free of charge and copyright. We’ve put them in print so that they might reach a wider audience, and because we believe print has a different impact to electronic editions. To do so, we’ve had to put a small cover charge on this anthology; however, the reader should rest assured that the charge is simply to cover the costs associated with printing. All of the publishers involved in producing this edition operate on a strictly not-for-profit basis, and this print edition stays true to the spirit of the original project. We encourage the reader to pass this book on to a friend once they’ve finished with it.” –
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NO Issue 1
Children’s Oppression, Rights, and Liberation  Samantha Godwin
Parenting Is a Conflict of Interest  Kathleen Nicole O’Neal
Cheating Is a Moral Imperative  Cevin Soling
Undoing the School-to-Prison Pipeline  Damien Sojoyner
Anarchism and Youth Liberation  Marc Silverstein

 

 

NO Issue 2
Youth Liberation and Deschooling  Carla Bergman
You Did Not Turn Out Fine  James C. Talbot
Stop Caging Kids  Nathan Goodman

 

 

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NO Issue 3
Young and Oppressed  Brian Dominick, Sara Zia Ebrahimi
Youth Rights 101  Kathleen Nicole O’Neal

 

 

NO Issue 4
Why We Can’t Wait  Adam Fletcher
On Play and Development  Benjamin Fife
Against School  John Taylor Gatto

 

 

NO Issue 5
America and the Beating of a Black Child  Stacey Patton
Youth Against Liberation: An Exploration  Sven Bonnichsen
The Student Left: A History  Tom Watts
Unschooling and Anarchism  Idzie Desmarais

 

 

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NO Issue 6
Confession and Execution  Corey Hutchins
Criminalizing Gender Nonconforming Youth  Jerome Hunt, Aisha C. Moodie-Mills
Helping Kids in Bad Situations  Rachel Coleman

 

 

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NO Issue 7
Documents and Depression  Kris Anne Bonifacio
Zero Tolerance: Childfree and Bigotry  Henry A. Giroux
“Normalizing” Intersex Youth  Hida Viloria
Parenting Versus Protesting?  Kirsten Anderberg

 

 

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NO Issue 8
The Sound of Our Movement Growing  Victoria Law
Religion and Trauma  Marlene Winell
Ageism is an LGBT Issue  Kathleen Nicole O’Neal

 

 

NO Issue 9
Ageism: A Pillar of Ableism  Kathleen Nicole O’Neal
The Child and It’s Enemies  Emma Goldman
Exploitation and Moral Management  Jeremy Weiland
Working Moms & the Battle for Play  Aya de Leon
12 Helpful Ideas for Caregivers  Benjamin Fife

 

 

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NO Issue 10
Why is the Child Crying?  Toby Rollo
Treat Children Like Adults  Brian Davis
On Torture: The Truth That Lies Within  Arthur Silber

 

 

NO Issue 11
Playground Anarchy?
Preschool to Prison  Sonali Kolhatkar
Fight Ableism. Fight Child Abuse.  s.e. smith
Abolish CPS  Carlos Morales

 

 

NO Issue 12
The Psychological Dimension of Revolution  Ashanti Alston
Harmful to Minors  Liz Highleyman
I Am Nadid  Nadid W.

 

 

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NO Issue 13
Against Parental Rights  Samantha Godwin
Play and Mathematics  Luba Vangelova
Towards an Anti-Work Education  Nick Ford

 

 

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NO Issue 14
The Pedagogy of Religion  Peter Gelderloos
The Problem with Unschooling  Kathleen Nicole O’Neal
Children of Color in White Circles  Victoria Law
End Youth Imprisonment  Ryan Calhoun

 

 

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NO Issue 15
Mistrust and Things  Layla AbdelRahim
Rays of Light  Bina Shah
Libertarian Child-Rearing  Phil Dickens
Poverty and the Young Brain  Madeline Ostrander

 

 

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NO Issue 16
I Am  David, Tony, Sonia
Meeting Parents  Lily Schapira
Neurodivergence and Kindergarten  Nick Walker
The Boy Who Is Free  Laura Gottesdiener

 

 

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NO Issue 17
There Is a Better Way  Vicki Larson
Schooling as Genocide
Little Suns  Asadah Kirkland
Psychiatry and Resistance  Bruce Levine

 

 

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NO Issue 18
Adult Education  Adora Svitak
A Class Dismissed  Selma James
Power, Patriarchy, and Parenting  bell hooks
“Child Privilege”  Joy

 

 

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NO Issue 19
Bullying Health  Elena Hagopyan
Independence or Respect for Elders
Taking Anarchism Seriously  (I)An-ok
Unlearn. Resist. Escape. Imagine.

 

 

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NO Issue 20
Condemned and Hated  Isis Nelson
Saying No Is Enough  Akilah S. Richards
As a Trans Boy
No Homes on Our Horizon  Laboria Cuboniks

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