Latest

Support & Membership

Stop Complaining Ad

Become a member this summer and we’ll send you David Graeber’s book, “The Democracy Project: A History, A Crisis, A Movement” and some cool Raging Chicken Swag as a thank you!

Becoming a member keeps Raging Chicken Press up-and-running and ensures that we can provide support to citizen journalists in the field covering issues from electoral politics, to emerging political movements, to local and regional protests, to helping build a responsive progressive, activist media network in Pennsylvania and beyond. While the right-wing can rely upon billionaire donors to support efforts like this, we have to rely upon each other. Your membership is an investment in our progressive activist infrastructure.  Your membership will also give you access to special content and give-aways.

New Member Thank You! Become a member this summer and we’ll send you David Graeber’s book, The Democracy Project: A History, a Crisis, a Movement and some cool Raging Chicken Press gear as a thank you!

Full membership begins at just $5.00 per month. However, if you are able and willing to support Raging Chicken Press at a higher membership level, please do! The links below will take you to a PayPal site that will allow you to securely enter you payment information. Thanks for choosing to become a member and support progressive, activist media!

Donate to Raging Chicken Press without Membership

If you are not sure if you are ready to become a supporting member of Raging Chicken Press, but you still want to make a donation, no problem. While membership is the best way to help sustain our work, you can also make a one-time donation at any time. Click the “Donate” button below and you’ll be on your way. But if you’re ready to help sustain progressive, activist media, choose your membership level below!




Choose a Monthly Membership Level
















Choose a Yearly Membership Level
















Your membership will renew automatically each month or year depending upon the option you chose. If at any you want to change your membership level, please drop me an email at [email protected] and I can let you know the best way to do that.

If at any time you wish to cancel your membership, click on the unsubscribe button below and follow the instructions. However, if you are cancelling because of some sort of problem you are encountering, drop me an email first and we’ll see if we can work it out.

Still Sure About Membership? Support Raging Chicken Press with a One-Time Donation

If you are not sure if you are ready to become a supporting member of Raging Chicken Press, but you still want to make a donation, no problem. While membership is the best way to help sustain our work, you can also make a one-time donation at any time. Click the “Donate” button below and you’ll be on your way.


And, Of Course, There’s Really Cool Stuff in the Store!

One of the ways you can support Raging Chicken Press and pick up some cool political gear is to visit our online store. Our store features politically oriented t-shirts, mugs, posters, pins, stickers and more. Our store is updated fairly regularly, so check back often. Check out the slideshow below for a sampling.


See other gifts available on Zazzle.

 

Support RCPress | Use This Link!


Use this link to shop at Amazon & Raging Chicken Press gets about 6% of the purchase price - AT NO ADDITIONAL COST TO YOU. Bookmark the link and use it EVERY TIME you shop at Amazon.

So, feel a little good that you are diverting funds away from this corporate giant & help support progressive, activist media.

Labor History in Two Minutes brought to you by the Rick Smith Show

Click the image to listen to the full two minute audio

May 29 No Dancing Allowed
Posted by laborhistoryin2 on May 29, 2015 at 2:54 pm

On this day in Labor History the year was 1912. That was the day fifteen women lost their jobs for dancing on their lunch break.  The women worked for the Curtis Publishing Company in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. &nbs […]

May 28 The 1946 Rochester General Strike
Posted by laborhistoryin2 on May 28, 2015 at 12:43 pm

On this day in Labor History the year was 1946. That was the day the working people of New York stood up in true labor solidarity. It all started at stroke midnight on May 15th as messengers delivered the following statement to 489 municipal employees:&nbs […]

Lehigh Valley Vanguard

Lehigh Valley Vanguard
UA-29281300-1