“DOPE is a quarterly magazine about politics, art and culture. It focuses not only on raising awareness of injustices but also possible solutions, taking action and building towards radical social change.

Distributed for free to anyone who wants to sell it on the street.

Vendors keep all the money from sales. 

It’s solidarity not charity.

Each issue features first hand accounts and opinion, from more established writers to more marginalised voices – including precarious workers, homeless people, sex-workers, queer folx, and racialised groups. You’ll find contributions from the likes of Benjamin Zephaniah, Sleaford Mods, Amazon Workers Union, The Museum of Homelessness and Jeremy Corbyn MP.”