Well, it’s finally here: the September issue of Raging Chicken Press! As many readers already know, this month’s edition was delayed a few days because of the start of the school year and the fact that my wife and I welcomed our second child into our family in August. The September issue is the first part of our two-part “Back to School” series. While the September issue took a little longer, I think you’ll dig it! We’d also like to welcome The David and Goliath Project as an affiliate blog!
This issue features more multimedia contributions, several on-the-ground reports from new contributors, and features and important Call to Action to Occupy Wall Street on September 17th – that’s right, this coming weekend! Here’s a look at what you’ll find in this issue:
- “Labor’s Day in Troubled Times,” by Glenn Richardson
- “Will Occupying Wall Street be America’s Tahir Square Moment?,” by Dustin Slaughter
- “The Case of the Missing Youth: A View of Young American Inaction from the Inside,” by Roger West
- “Justice at Hershey’s: International Students Say NO to PA Sweatshop,” by Kevin Mahoney
- “Social Movements State Like This: US Uncut – Philadelphia Bails-In Bank of America,” by Dustin Slaughter
- “In Defense of Librarians, Librarianship, and Library Resources and Services,” by Claire Andrews
- “Where Have All the Flowers Gone: KU Bulldozes ELC Playground, Axes Alumni Affairs,” by Elizabeth Sica
- “More Fracking Letters,” by Wendy Lee
- “No Dog in This Fight,” by Aaron Barlow
- “Are College Students Only Taught How to F**k the Little Guy,” by Lee Camp, MOC #51
- “On the Ground with Verizon Workers on Strike!,” by Amanda Lynch Morris
We are always looking for contributions from activist-writers, photographers, videographers, artists, and agitators of all sorts. We are now accepting submissions for our October issue.
Deadline for the October issue is 9/28/2011.
If you are interested in submitting your work, you can do so by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please take a few minutes to review our Submission Guidelines in order to familiarize yourself with the kind of work we publish and the purpose of our publication.
As always, the earlier you get us your submission the better. We look forward to hearing from you!
Bread and Roses,
Editor Zero, Raging Chicken Press