Everyday Citizen is a magazine without paper, a think-and-do tank without walls, a collection of original journalism, analysis and opinion - and, it's also a very diverse and interesting online community that continues to grow. Members of our group also post link-intensive musings, ramblings and other assorted writings.
Everything that is written here is imperfect and outstanding. Our combined aim is to engage, motivate, or stimulate interaction of ideas and thoughts across gender, generational, and ethnic lines. Our authors often seek to inspire advocacy or citizen action. The power of blogging is that bloggers not only reach out to one another, but this venue can also serve as its own form of activism, a tool to spur action on issues that matter most to the writers and to you.
While very diverse in the their values and views, these authors, story tellers, and citizen journalists share some things in common with one another. They all care deeply about some social, economic, environmental or human conditions in our nation and our world. They hope for positive change and progress. And, they are likely to write about these things that they care so much about.
The following pages give you more background information about Everyday Citizen, the site, it's purpose and its people:
- Directory of Contributing Authors
- Frequently Asked Questions (including copyright, privacy, etc.)
- All About Feeds, Readers, and Subscriptions
- Links: Other Websites and Blogs We Like
- How to Make EverydayCitizen.com Your Home Page
- Who's Progressive?
- Inspiration from Pamphleteering
- Citizen Action Center
- Correspondence and Ownership Information