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November 2011

Earlier this morning, Occupy Philly and Occupy LA were forcibly evicted from their encampments in a scene that is becoming commonplace at Occupy sites across the country. Earlier this month the 99% Declaration began to circulate across progressive/activist social networks calling for a National Assembly …

Raging Chicken Press @ 10,000

November 29, 2011 // 0 Comments

In the wee hours of this morning, Nov. 29, Raging Chicken Press achieved a milestone of sorts: 10,000 all-time views. We could not be more thankful for the generous support we have seen and the willingness of readers to pass the word, send links to …

Big News for the December Issue

November 24, 2011 // 2 Comments

Some readers of Raging Chicken Press may have already heard the news, but it’s worth posting it here. As Raging Chicken Press expands its readership and ambition to help build a progressive media infrastructure in the region and to contribute to building social movements, we …

At the end of October, Raging Chicken Press announced that beginning with the November issue we would randomly select one subscriber to receive our “Must Read” book of the month. As an extra bonus we decided to choose two “Must Reads” of the month for …

November Raging Chicken Press Finally Here!

November 16, 2011 // 0 Comments

Yes, the long wait is over. The November issue of Raging Chicken Press is up. I am hoping that you will think it was worth the wait. As you might imagine, the Occupy/99% movement takes the lion-share of the space this month. In fact, so …

Occupy Philadelphia Faces a Crossroads

November 16, 2011 // 2 Comments

Occupy Philadelphia Sit-in at police headquarters. October 23rd, 2011 The march starts off right on schedule. A group of 40 or so protesters stage under the imposing shadow of City Hall at Occupy Philadelphia on October 23rd, and then cross 15th Street, winding through Center …

The 99%: A Return to E Pluribus Unum?

November 16, 2011 // 0 Comments

The Occupy Wall Street movement has trained the nation’s and the world’s attention on the stark disparity of wealth and privilege that has come to characterize the early 21st century. Yet that inequity has been incubated over the course of several decades, and to fully …

What the Occupations Have Taught Me: Lose the Fear

November 16, 2011 // 0 Comments

I groggily awaken in my sleeping bag to a sharp nudge, followed by another. “He needs to wake up. Get up, out of the bag.” The bag is over my head to block out the park lamp light. I hear my friend Ghost, who is …

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