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The Alternative Press Center (APC) is a non-profit collective dedicated to providing access to and increasing public awareness of the alternative press. Founded in 1969, it remains one of the oldest self-sustaining alternative media institutions in the United States. For more than a quarter of a century, the Alternative Press Index has been recognized as a leading guide to the alternative press in the United States and around the world.

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Monday, 24 February 2014

Minimum Wage Fight Coverage Found in Alternative Press Index

In response to Counterpunch.org's story on the minimum wage push in Seattle here is a list of 2013 articles from the alternative press on minimum wage battles around the United States found in the current APIMore
From The APC Blog by kj on 24 Feb 2014Permalink

Sunday, 16 February 2014

Trans-Pacific Partnership

Resistance, secrecy, reach of Trans-Pacific Partnership trade agreementMore
From The APC Blog by kj on 16 Feb 2014Permalink

Sunday, 02 February 2014

Online Accessible Journals and Magazines

A short list of journals and magazines available online covered by the Alternative Press IndexMore
From The APC Blog by kj on 02 Feb 2014Permalink

Tuesday, 27 August 2013

USA Today

FAIR on Obama administration attack on journalism. Perry Anderson examines the political-economic background to the United States today. Mike Davis analyzes the 2012 presidential election.More
From The APC Blog by kj on 27 Aug 2013Permalink

Saturday, 29 June 2013

ALA Conference

Alternative Press Center is at the American Library Association Conference at McCormick Place in Chicago.More
From The APC Blog by kj on 29 Jun 2013Permalink
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Directory of periodicals

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Indypendent

Publisher
New York City Independent Media Center
Publisher URL
Editors
Editorial Collective
Listed Since
2000
OCLC
47049584
Readership
Activists and general readers interested in news and analysis of New York, the global justice movement, and international relations

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