When the Market Isn’t an Option – Vol. I – Land Sale Contracts


Page Count: 18
Zine Size: 5.5 in x 8.5 in
Printing: Full Color
Paper: 70# Uncoated Text
Binding: Saddle Stitch Finish
Weight: 1 ounce

28 in stock

28 in stock

The first volume of the NPHM and the Roosevelt University Policy Research Collaborative's zine, When the Market Isn't an Option. This volume, Land Sale Contracts (LSC), focuses on the legal theft of Black wealth through land sale contracts during the 1960s.

In addition to reflecting on this history, the zine raises up Tonika Lewis Johnson's Inequity For Sale project, which highlighted houses in Englewood sold on LSCs through landmarkers.