Saturday, May 9, 2009
March 5: AJ Withers: If I Can't Dance, Is It Still My Revolution?
AJ Withers is the author of “If I Can’t Dance is it still my Revolution”, and is a disabled anti-poverty activist living in Toronto. AJ is a prolific artist, activist, and writer.
We met in a friends house, in Toronto and talked about their zine project 'If I can't Dance Is it Still My Revolution', and its shift to being an online resource. You can find it at http://still.my.revolution.tao.ca
We talked about the limits of zine distribution, and AJ's history with making zines. We also talked about Damn 2025, and the Ontario Coalition Against Poverty and AJ's upcoming website launch in Toronto, featuring Eli Claire.
Check out http://still.my.revolution.tao.ca for more info on Damn 2025, http://www.ocap.ca/ for more info about OCAP,
and http://eliclare.com/ for more info about Eli Claire.
And as always, let me know if you want me to email you or mail you a copy of this interview