Kids Solidarity Mini Zine Pack


In the days and times of COVID-19 the creative process of paper zine making kept myself and my son grounded in creativity and storytelling. We’re unveiling with you some of our favorite mini zines we created last year during our own kids solidarity virtual zine fest held during the first months of quarantine. A lot of emphasis was put on making sure kids weren’t falling behind academically, but we wanted to make sure Knox didn’t lose his sense of imagination, social engagement and story telling skills- thus the kids solidarity virtual zine fest was born. We made tons of mini zines using, photography and collage and selected 4 of our favorites for this mini zine pack! The zine pack also comes with our new Radical Joy sticker pack!!

Zine & digital collage topics were all chosen by myself & Knox! Check out our fun zines below that include art work about trips to the moon, our love for music, and Autistic Joy! Zine making became a fun sensory social activity to keep my Autistic son engaged with his dope sense of visual storytelling and love for words!


Buy 4 pack mini zine pack/sticker bundle

Digitally Printed/Photocopy/poster fold

Zine sizes: 2 x 2.75

Pack includes 4 mini zines designed and printed by Jen White-Johnson and Kevin “Knox Johnson III





Image Descriptions:

Jen White Johnson Kids Solidarity Zine Fest Zine Pack 1 Image 1: Photo of mini zine pack on a white background. Each zine is 2 x 2.75 and are shown printed in a variety of colors (pink, yellow, yellow and black, pink and orange)

Jen White Johnson Kids Solidarity Zine Fest Zine Pack 2 Image 2: Photo of Black and Autistic Boy hold a mini zine titled "Autistic Joy" he's holding the zine closely to his eye and he is smiling.

Jen White Johnson Kids Solidarity Zine Fest Zine Pack 6 Image 3: Mini zine pack is being held in a black person's hand in front of a colorful background, written on the open spread is bold text that reads: Believe in the freedom of being you

Jen White Johnson Kids Solidarity Zine Fest Zine Pack 5 Image 4: Mini zine pack is being held in a black person's hand in front of a colorful background

Jen White Johnson Kids Solidarity Zine Fest Zine Pack 3 Image 5: Mini zine pack is being held in a black person's hand in front of a colorful background, written on the open spread is an image that shows a photo illustration digital collage of a child standing with his hands up. The digital collage contains multiple colors like orange, blue. One the 2 page of the open spread is a black and white photo close up shot of a black and autistic child. The camera is zoomed into his face focusing on his eye.