Rising up angry

 Rising Up Angry was a militant community organization based in working class communities in Chicago. They published a monthly underground newspaper also called Rising Up Angry from 1969 to 1975. The membership of the organization was at first a hybrid of local young white working class youth known as "greasers" and middle-class student revolutionaries associated with Students for a Democratic Society.

Rising Up Angry bristled with anger and frustration at the state of the United States and soon reached beyond the audience of “greasers.” With profiles of figures such as Malcolm X and Fred Hampton, John Dillinger, Bonnie and Clyde, reviews of the Rolling Stones, Stevie Wonder and The Wild Bunch, Rising Up Angry mixed political and cultural commentary with cartoons, montages, discussions of motorcycles and custom cars, with histories of labor activism and guerrilla warfare.

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