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.

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Recent Issues

Issue 68 (Fall 2017): Resistance in the Age of Trump

Featured articles:
  • Resisting Trump: From Passive Bystander to Interventionist by Connie Phillips
  • The Impact of One Woman’s Actions: A Letter to Radical Feminist Activists by Mary McClintock
  • Feminism and Labor Are Critical Parts in the Growing Resistance Against Trump and Right-Wing Misogyny by Lane Windham
  • 100 Days of Trump and Resistance From Grassroots Women’s Groups by Yifat Susskind
  • Reclaiming Our Democracy: Resistance and Renewal by Emily Arasim
  • “Resistance as Daily Existence”: One Woman’s Story as a Climate Scientist Under Trump by Elizabeth Shogren
  • Sign of the Times: Messages of Resistance from the Women’s March by Kim Rivers

Issue 67 (Spring 2017): Open Issue

Featured articles:
  • Goodbye to All That #3 by Robin Morgan
  • The Amazing Disappearing 'Women' by Debbie Cameron
  • Ecofeminist Consciousness Raising: Firing Up the Revolution by Jeanne Neath and Paula Mariedaughter
  • Bloodroot Restaurant: A Vegetarian, Feminist Haven Celebrates 40 Years -- A Rain and Thunder Interview with Selma Miriam and Noel Furie
  • Lesbians at the Heart of the Movement to End Men's Violence by Lepa Mladjenovic
  • Your Silence Will Not Protect You: Racism in the Feminist Movement by Claire Heuchan
  • The Voice of Berta Caceres Has Become the Voice of Millions by Daysi Flores