RQ#101 - Contents
Gender Forum - Complete Gender Forum
pg 1 - Front Cover only
pg 3 - Contents, To the Reader
pg 7 - Reviews - Music, Film, Books
pg 9 - Youth Pages
pg 14 - Nevada Peace Walk
pg 19 - US Social Forum
pg 25 - Economics - Theme Introduction
pg 26 - Economics - Beyond Unemployment
pg 29 - Economics - Chance of Depression
pg 33 - Economics - Coming Clean
pg 38 - Economics - Money Magic
pg 48 - Practicing Islam in the USA
pg 52 - Day of the Dead ritual
pg 55 - Summer Magick
pg 58 - Aphrodite and Sexual Healing
pg 61 - Reclaiming Features and News
pg 75 - Revolutionary Pagan Workers Vanguard
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Complete theme sections from RQ #96 and RQ#101
Welcome to Issue 101!
Welcome to issue #101, published Labor Day 2010.
RQ#101 is our largest issue ever - 77 pages - and the first to feature full-color photographs.
The new issue is our second issue released as a downloadable PDF. Browse it online, download and print the issue, or print just those pages you want. The new RQ should print on pretty much any laser or inkjet printer.
Unless you enjoy reading on your screen, we hope you will actually print all or part of the issue. There is no reason to read the new RQ online unless you want to.
If downloading or printing proves impossible, we are standing by to help, including printing the issue ourselves and mailing it to subscribers who request it.
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That's a common dilemma faced by all media today. With print declining and the internet unable to produce income, once-proud titles are disappearing under the weight of their budgets.
RQ's response is to minimize our already-low costs. Almost all of the work on RQ is volunteer. Unlike professional publications, we are not saddled with high production costs.
But we still look to readers for crucial support - equipment, internet costs, travel to events and gatherings, and office expenses.
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A donation to RQ, or an advertisement in the magazine, supports these crucial functions for all Reclaiming communities.
RQ honors the Luddite movement, and proclaims our kinship with those who would impede the march of dehumanizing technology.
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