Rain and Thunder is a grassroots publication created and distributed by a collective of radical feminist women. Published three times a year, Rain and Thunder brings you the very best in radical feminist news, analysis, theory, community building, and activism.
Rain and Thunder has been published for over 13 years and continues to fill a much needed gap in the realm of independent feminist media. We offer a sliding scale subscription policy to ensure affordability and accessibility for all readers.
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Issue 56 (Spring 2013): Global Feminist Activism IssueFeatured articles:
- Zimbabwe: Speaking From Where I Feel Safe by Betty Makoni
- Fighting for Women’s Rights in Afghanistan: A Rain and Thunder Interview with RAWA
- The Connection Between Global Economy Policy and Violence Against Women by Dr. Vandana Shiva
- Spinifex Press: Sustaining a Global Feminist Network by Susan Hawthorne and Renate Klein
- Feminist Activism in Argentina by Estelle Disch
- Hear Their Voices: Working with Prostituted and Vulnerable Women in India by Bobbi Ausubel
- Challenging Racism Down Under by Jean Taylor
Issue 55 (Fall/Winter 2012): Age and Aging IssueFeatured articles:
- Ruminations of an Old Lezzie by Lavender
- A Movement of Their Own: Voices of Young Feminist Activists in the London Feminist Network by Finn Mackay
- Two Old Women: Making Home by Marjory Nelson
- Age Matters by Alda Facio
- Disability, Dependence, and Old Age: Problematic Constructions by Sharon-Dale Stone
- Ageism: Ten Ways to Fight It by Roxanne Friedenfels
- Barbara Macdonald: A Pioneer Theorist on Ageism by Jan Adams
We are seeking contributions for our upcoming Open Issue (Deadline: July 1, 2013) and Feminist Humor Issue (Deadline: November 1, 2013)
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