Reclaiming Cauldron – new experimental journal!

Welcome to the first and perhaps only issue of the Reclaiming Cauldron, a compendium of creativity from around Reclaiming. Folks from around our network wrote, photo- graphed, painted, and even helped proofread.

Print edition or free download – 150 pages of writings, artwork, photos, music and video links, book excerpts – and even some funny stuff!

You can order a black & white ($20) or full-color ($30) print edition at WeaveAndSpin.org/cauldron

Youtube – A Brief History of Direct Action!

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Direct action has a long and honored place in American history – from the revolution itself through abolitionists, suffragists, union organizers, civil rights advocates, feminist and gay rights activists, and on to today’s vibrant climate and social justice organizing.

Click here for A Brief History of Direct Action

Join author Luke Hauser for a profusely illustrated 25-minute journey through our past. We’ll focus especially on organizing from 1980 to the present, with sections on the 1980s anti-nuke movement and 2011’s Occupy actions.

Originally created around 2000, the show has been updated with a revised text and many new images. Co-created by Groundwork and Reclaiming Quarterly.

So make a big bowl of popcorn, pull up your beanbag chair, and get ready for a journey through our history!

Photo by Janet Delaney

Campfire Chants – Lyrics and Lore Booklet!

Campfire Chants – Deluxe Lyrics & Lore Booklet!
Full-color print edition or free PDF – booklet accompanies our Campfire Chants album – listen free online.
Booklet includes interviews with chant-writers such as Starhawk, Suzanne Sterling, T. Thorn Coyle, Ravyn Stanfield, and more.
Booklet is perfect for coffeetables, bedtime reading, and learning ukulele chords to our chants!
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