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Today WeDemocrats.org launched a new webzine called We! The People.
The writers are members of WeDemocrats. This zine will be our voice.

I invite you all to send articles, cartoons, and letters that you would like
to see in the zine. You can send them to me at this email or use the Editor
link at the zine menu.

Please let all your contacts know about the new zine. Circulate it as
widely as you can. For our Voice to be clearly heard, the words have to get
out
there.

We! Can be read at :
_http://wedemocrats.org/wtp/wtp.htm_ (http://wedemocrats.org/wtp/wtp.htm)

From the Press Release:

WeDemocrats.org, a young grassroots progressive group, launched a new web
magazine, We! The People Friday, as its voice. Building on the skills and
progressive ideas of its membership, the new zine provides a forum for
grassroots and netroots communication among progressives.

We! Opens its first issue with more than ten timely topical articles
written by progressives from all walks of life. The concerns of the progressive
democrats of America will be presented in every issue.

"We! Will go out to every politician with a computer and every democrat who
has an interest in taking the reins of control in hand. The hands of the
Party of the People. It is our voice. The issues that concern us will fill
its pages." Antinoro said. "We! will join Progressive Democrats of America,
Democracy for America and other progressives in bringing about positive change
from the bottom up."
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www.wemagazine.org

Norla Antinoro is a life long Democrat. Born in California she spent most of the last 45 years in and around Tucson, Arizona; Guelph, Ontario; Buffalo, New York and currently resides in Oregon. She is an editor and writer for We! Magazine - a (more...)
 

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Thank you for telling us about "We". I myself welc... by Timothy V. Gatto on Sunday, Dec 31, 2006 at 8:50:10 AM
I hope that "we the people" can still be said. S... by Fred F on Monday, Jan 1, 2007 at 12:51:00 AM