The Red Pepper archive is now complete, with the magazine’s debut issues detailing the political turbulence of the 1990s, and the societal events of the 2000s. These are only a click away to individual subscribers and institutions on the Exact Editions digital platform. There are 138 additional issues, and 4 authentic supplements to peruse and explore on iOS and Android technology.
Red Pepper is a magazine that allows a free space for nuanced debate and discussion of left-wing values and concerns. First published in 1994, the non-partisan, independent magazine has an abundance of feminist, anti-racist and environmental political discourse to browse and search. Red Pepper focuses on denouncing global injustice, power and oppression, whilst bringing education, democracy and crises to attention. To learn more, please visit their website: https://www.redpepper.org.uk.
Individuals and institutions are able to contextualise political and societal discord spanning two decades, as well as reading contemporary articles of free-thinking, left-wing thought in this quarterly magazine.
The Exact Editions digital platform allows individuals and institutional subscribers an intuitive, user-friendly and cohesive experience. The Red Pepper archive can be explored with these helpful features:
- An advanced search function enabling search of any keywords.
- A neat stacking interface allowing for ease of browsing years and decades.
- Syncing issues for offline reading.
- A clean, high-quality interface faithful to the print edition.
- New issue notifications alerting readers to the availability of the next issue.
For institutions interested in requesting a free trial of Red Pepper, please click here.
Individuals can purchase an annual or quarterly subscription of Red Pepper by clicking here.
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