ISSUE FOUR JUST PUBLISHED
BEAUTIFUL, WONDERFUL ISSUE FOUR IS OUT!!While much of the content can be read on this site, and the PDF version can be downloaded below, there's no substitute for the real-deal print edition... from the must-see cover art to a two-color centerfold pull-out poster.
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- The Raging Pelican is an independent publication providing the people of South Louisiana and the Gulf Coast with a voice in reaction to the wholesale human & environmental slaughter perpetrated against us by government and industry. For more information, check our About page.
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- mike howells on A Radical New Orleans: Why Here? Why Now?
- Matthew Nesbit on Catching Fog in a Net
- Anne ODonnell on What does Resistance Look Like? The Niger Delta Model
- Ashton Martin on Over the Dome
- Fracking and the Global Movement Against Extractive Industries | ohiofracktion: to save the land and people on What does Resistance Look Like? The Niger Delta Model
The Pelican’s Beakbook
- From Space, We Still Look Blue
- Interview with a Tar Sands Blockader
- Creole Tomatoes
- Fucked Either Way: the Double-Bind of Seafood Safety
- A Land Called Louisiana, part II: Undermining Slavery from the Cypress Swamps
- How to Build a Skatepark: Big Beverage vs. DIY in New Orleans
- Their Failures Need to Make us Worried
- Over the Dome
- From Bhopal to the Bayous
- Catching Fog in a Net
- Anarchist All Along
- Pelican Briefs
- Looking South
- An Introduction to TILT: Death in the Age of Petrochemicals
- The Roosevelt Hotel: Aid & Comfort to our Enemies
• New Orleans Workers' Center for Racial Justice Organizing workers across race and industry to build the power and participation of workers and communities
• Louisiana Bucket Brigade Working with communities that neighbor the state's oil refineries and chemical plants
• Advocates for Environmental Human Rights Legal services, community organizing support, public education, and campaigns focused on defending and advancing the human right to a healthy environment
• The Mighty Ben Passmore The creator of much of our awesome art
• No Bosses, No Boyfriends What happens when anarcha-feminists stop being polite and start getting real
• Louisiana Books 2 Prisoners All-volunteer group providing free reading material to the incarcerated
• The Iron Rail New Orleans' ancient anarchist infoshop. Still alive, still struggling.
An examination of how the destructive horror of the Keystone XL might be prevented.Share
When you hear “accident” from a corporation, it can be translated as “an acceptable risk that was taken with your lives and lands.”Share
Indigenous collaboration with the U.S. Government? Tecumseh made a better choice.Share
Reflections on homeland, fascination and loss in the heart of oil territory.Share
The mounting toll of exposure.Share
Betraying the history of Huey Long and the future of all Louisiana.Share
from Geoff Munsterman, a poem in five parts– not for the faint of heart.Share
What will “RESTORATION” mean for our coast?Share
Posted on April 23, 2013 | No CommentsAn examination of how the destructive horror of the Keystone XL might be prevented.
Posted on April 23, 2013 | No Commentsa poem by Kasandra Larsen
Posted on April 23, 2013 | No CommentsWhy take direct actions? What is the experience like?
Posted on April 23, 2013 | No Commentsa poem by Geoff Munsterman
Posted on April 23, 2013 | No CommentsOur choice is between starvation and capitulation.
Posted on April 23, 2013 | No CommentsHow Louisiana's geography aided communities of the formerly enslaved
Posted on April 23, 2013 | No CommentsCan New Orleans have a skatepark without energy-drink endorsement?
Posted on April 23, 2013 | No Commentsa poem by Izzy Oneiric
Posted on April 23, 2013 | 1 CommentFracking! Salt Domes! The loss of a lake & the chance to be America's Next Top Sinkhole
Posted on April 23, 2013 | No CommentsThe ongoing nightmare of Bhopal has echoes along the Gulf Coast
Posted on April 23, 2013 | 1 Commenta poem by Kasandra Larsen
Posted on April 23, 2013 | No CommentsWhat self-described "anarchists" can learn from existent communities.
Posted on April 23, 2013 | No CommentsRadical predictions from Marika Maypop
Posted on April 23, 2013 | No CommentsInspiring actions from all over the globe