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Photo features of the Pagan Cluster, Clown Anarchy, Pagan Fest, Spiral Dance history, and much more!
RQ Archives - back issues and more
Marija Gimbutas - Signs Out of Time
Reclaiming Books and Music - words, sounds, reviews
These features are updated often - bookmark the site and check back often!
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Yes, it's 2012 - high time for RQ to enter the video age! Thanks to your donations we have a computer that can make youtube videos out of our photos.
Our current offering includes several of our own creations featuring music by Suzanne Sterling and Skyclad plus the Reclaiming chorus, along with videos by our friends Katrap40, Luke Hauser, and Starhawk - with more on the way.
Latest RQ Ready to Download!
Our latest issue, RQ Issue 102, is now available online as a downloadable PDF. Read it onscreen, or easily print pages for off-screen reading.
The theme section of RQ#102 focuses on Fire in all its aspects. Other features include the Wisconsin capitol occupation, Starhawk's reflections on change in Egypt, an Imbolc ritual in Kildare, and much more. Over 70 pages, including the latest edition of the Revolutionary Pagan Workers Vanguard satire page.
The new RQ is free to all readers. But - if you like what you see, please donate! We need your support to continue publishing.
Activist Features online and in the magazine
Activist features in the current RQ include: Arnieville and Disability Rights; Ritual in Places of Power (in the UK Houses of Parliament); Wisconsin Unions Defend Workers' Rights; Madison Unitarians Join Wisconsin Actions; Starhawk's reflections on change in Egypt, where she visited and taught a year earlier; Appalachia Is Rising - the defense of Blair Mountain.
Meanwhile, Reclaiming activists have taken to the streets in support of the Occupy Wall Street actions, in New York, San Francisco, Washington DC, and Oakland . If you have reports from your area, please email us
And don't miss the video and photos of Solstice in the Streets, featuring Reclaiming's teen cluster in action! Click here for video and photos
RQ's Reclaiming Archives
Meanwhile, we are hard at work on RQ's Reclaiming Archives!
As part of the international festivities marking RQ's recently-published 100th issue, we began re-releasing all of our back issues - along with an amazing collection of special features - all as user-friendly PDFs.
You'll be able to see every back issue exactly as it appeared. And you'll be able to print any pages you want for off-screen reading. Indexes will make it possible to trace a favorite topic or author through the years, and to discover hidden gems in the back volumes.
In addition to the nearly 100 back issues, RQ is assembling a collection of Bonus Features, ranging from witchcamp photos to reflective essays to Spiral Dance programs. There's no telling what might turn up.
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You can donate to the magazine or the Archives Project online or mail your contribution, along with your mailing address, to RQ, PO Box 14404, San Francisco CA 94114.
RQ.org - All RQ, All the Time!
This website carries literally hundreds of stories, and is regularly updated. See the site index for easy browsing.
Reclaiming's mission is to combine Earth-based spirituality with political, social, and ecological action.
Reclaiming Quarterly is dedicated to this goal: "Magical Activism." From the street protests to the wilds of Witchcamp, from spiritual reflection to frontline direct action, RQ is there with photographs and first-hand reports.
RQ.org brings Reclaiming-style magic to the web. Our site aims to be a complete online magazine, continually updated, with all our archives instantly available. Find out about the latest grassroots activism, how to build a labyrinth, what's going on at the various Witchcamps, order Reclaimng music CDs, and much more.
An easy way to start browsing the site is to visit the site index and choose a feature. Many of the features have links to other features in the left column.
Already we have hundreds of stories and features online, and more are being posted every month. If you have ideas how to improve our coverage, design, or accessibility, please email us!
Reclaiming Quarterly is produced by a volunteer cell based in San Francisco, with correspondents in over 20 communities across North America and Europe.
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