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'''Clamor''' is a quarterly print magazine and online community of radical thought, art, and action. An iconoclast among its peers, Clamor is an unabashed celebration of self-determination, creativity, and shit-stirring. Clamor publishes content of, by, for, and with marginalized communities. From the kitchen table to shop floor, the barrio to the playground, the barbershop to the student center, it's old school meets new school in a battle for a better tomorrow. Clamor is a [[do-it-yourself]] guide to everyday revolution.
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'''Clamor''' was a quarterly print magazine and online community of radical thought, art, and action. An iconoclast among its peers, Clamor was an unabashed celebration of self-determination, creativity, and shit-stirring. Clamor published content of, by, for, and with marginalized communities. From the kitchen table to shop floor, the barrio to the playground, the barbershop to the student center, it's old school meets new school in a battle for a better tomorrow. Clamor was a [[do-it-yourself]] guide to everyday revolution.
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In 2002, co-founders [[Jen Angel]] and [[Jason Kucsma]] were profiled as two of "30 Under 30" Visionaries who are changing the world. To date, however, Clamor is still an unknown entity to national media outlets like NPR and the New York Times.
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The magazine began publishing in November 1999. In 2002, co-founders [[Jen Angel]] and [[Jason Kucsma]] were profiled as two of "30 Under 30 Visionaries who are Changing the World" by ''Utne Reader''.  
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==Press==
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In 2000, Clamor won "Best New Title" in the [http://www.utne.com/uipa.aspx Utne Independent Press Awards] and was nominated for "Best Social/Cultural Coverage" each following year until the magazine ceased publication.
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In 2000, Clamor won "Best New Title" in the Independent Press Awards and has been nominated for "Best Social/Cultural Coverage" every year since.  
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On November 29th, 2006, Clamor [http://clamormagazine.org/index.php#farewell announced] the magazine would cease publication because of financial reasons. Archives for each issue remain available [http://clamormagazine.org/issues/ online].  
==External Links==
==External Links==
* [http://www.clamormagazine.org Clamor Magazine]
* [http://www.clamormagazine.org Clamor Magazine]
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Clamor Magazine
Clamor Magazine

Clamor was a quarterly print magazine and online community of radical thought, art, and action. An iconoclast among its peers, Clamor was an unabashed celebration of self-determination, creativity, and shit-stirring. Clamor published content of, by, for, and with marginalized communities. From the kitchen table to shop floor, the barrio to the playground, the barbershop to the student center, it's old school meets new school in a battle for a better tomorrow. Clamor was a do-it-yourself guide to everyday revolution.

The magazine began publishing in November 1999. In 2002, co-founders Jen Angel and Jason Kucsma were profiled as two of "30 Under 30 Visionaries who are Changing the World" by Utne Reader.

In 2000, Clamor won "Best New Title" in the Utne Independent Press Awards and was nominated for "Best Social/Cultural Coverage" each following year until the magazine ceased publication.

On November 29th, 2006, Clamor announced the magazine would cease publication because of financial reasons. Archives for each issue remain available online.

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