Thanks so much for this, Barbara! I'm so glad to connect. I'll email you in a minute to put you in touch with Chris Dols, the publisher, to work out the glitch. :)

On 7/19/19 10:17 PM, Barbara Chasin wrote:
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I just went to subscribe, I had tried the other day and thought it didn't go through, I never put in a credit card number. However when I went to check-out it said I had two requests for a total of $90.00 so I am hesitant to complete the process. is there a way to check this? I was  a member for a long time and even wrote some for SFTP and would very much like to see the organization and magazine revived. Thanks.

Barbara Chasin, Ph.D
Professor Emerita, Sociology
Montclair State University
Montclair, NJ 07043

On 7/18/2019 4:35 PM, Chris Dols wrote:
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It's still not too late to place your order for the relaunch issue of Science for the People!

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Science for the People Newsletter: July 15, 2019

Dear Readers,

We've got some exciting news: print subscriptions to Science for the People magazine are now available! Read through to learn how to subscribe, contribute to an upcoming issue, and see features from our relaunch online. Plus, learn how you can get involved in SftP's People's Green New Deal campaign TODAY.

In solidarity,
Science for the People

Subscribe to Science for the People today!

Thanks to your generous support of our Kickstarter campaign this spring, our relaunch issue is going into print. But we're not stopping there! Now, you can subscribe to Science for the People's print edition for $45 a year, or $119 for three years. Subscribe by August 30 and we'll start your subscription with SftP's relaunch issue (while supplies of our limited print run last). You'll also receive:
  • a digital PDF download of every issue (currently only available to our Kickstarter and Patreon backers)
  • our second issue, "Envisioning and Enacting the Science We Need," coming in early fall
  • our third issue, "Science Under Occupation," coming this winter
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Science for the People's return to print (after a thirty-year hiatus) marks an important moment in the radical science movement. Your support helps us reach a new generation of activists and scientists. Please subscribe today and consider gifting Science for the People to friends and comrades!
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Submit your proposal for Issue #3: "Science Under Occupation"

Coming this winter

Science for the People's third issue confronts the legacy of science and the ways it has helped (and continues to help) perpetuate all forms of occupation. We ask: what is the relationship between science and underdevelopment? How can we think of the development of science outside of specialized laboratories? How do people develop and adapt science to resist human and environmental exploitation? What role has science played in occupation, and the struggle against it, from Palestine to Puerto Rico, from Kashmir to Okinawa, from Standing Rock to Iraq? 

Science for the People is soliciting proposals on these subjects from all countries and regions. We will consider:
  • features
  • short stories
  • artwork and photography
  • poetry
  • book and media reviews
We especially encourage submissions from activists and those organizing in the sciences, as well as those working in the humanities and arts at the intersection of science. We particularly welcome women, people of color, non-binary individuals, and others traditionally underrepresented in these fields to send submissions to Science for the People.

Deadline: August 15, 2019
Submit your proposal

Read more from "The Return of Radical Science"
Have you visited the SftP website lately? We've got brand new features from our relaunch issue. Check them out and tell us what you think.
See all articles from "The Return of Radical Science"

People's Green New Deal
Science for the People's Green New Deal campaign is in full swing. Learn more about our campaign here.

Join an organizing call today, Monday, July 15, and learn about what we currently have in the works, share experiences, and get plugged in. Call-in details are below.

You can help with:
  • editorial collective development for a Green New Deal issue of SftP in 2020
  • national scientist outreach and engagement efforts
  • national partnership efforts
  • web design and maintenance
  • local campaign coordination
  • educational material development
Organizing call details:
July 15, 5 p.m. Eastern Time / 2 p.m. Pacific Time
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Professor, History Department
University of Massachusetts Amherst

Proud member of the Massachusetts Society of Professors (MSP/MTA/NEA), the union representing faculty and librarians at UMass Amherst, and supporting public education and labor movements everywhere:

Red Revolution, Green Revolution: Scientific Farming in Socialist China (University of Chicago Press, 2016)

Science for the People: Documents from America's Movement of Radical Scientists (University of Massachusetts Press, 2018)

Moth and Wasp, Soil and Ocean: Remembering Chinese Scientist Pu Zhelong's Work for Sustainable Farming (Tilbury House, 2018) -- picture book