Galeano, Eduardo | Uruguay
Gapasin, Fernando | United States
I am Fernando E. Gapasin, a Chicano/Pilipino/American, working class, male, age 62, who was born and resides in the U.S.A. I am also a Central Labor Council (AFL-CIO) President, Labor Educator and author. I come from a family of farm workers who were founders of agricultural unions before the UFW and were themselves founders of the UFW. In 1963, I was involved in my first union strike and I ha...
Gardner, Madeline | United States
Barbara Garson is the author of Money Makes the World Go Around: One investor Tracks her Cash Through the Global Economy, Penguin, NY 2002. In this book investor Garson puts part of her book advance into Franklin Templeton`s Mutual Shares Fund. That`s how she became a part owner of the French based water company Suez Lyonnaise.
Gautney, Heather | United States
Heather Gautney is an activists and an assistant professor of sociology at Fordham University. She is author of Between Protest and Political Organization (forthcoming, Palgrave). She is also co-editor of Democracy, States and the Struggle for Global Justice (Routledge, 2009) and Implicating Empire (Basic Books, 2003) and is a member of the editorial board of Social Text.
Genschel, Corinna | Germany
Dan Georgakas is coauthor of Detroit: I Do Mind Dying and coeditor of The Encyclopedia of the American Left. He is a long time member of the Cineaste editorial board, writes for the Greek American press, and is involved with small presses (Lake View Press, Ocean Press, Interventional Press, Smyrna Press). He also teaches part time at New York University (international studies) and Queens Colleg...
George, Susan | France
Susan George is one of TNI's most renowned fellows for her long-term and ground-breaking analysis of global issues. Author of fourteen widely translated books, she describes her work in a cogent way that has come to define TNI: "The job of the responsible social scientist is first to uncover these forces [of wealth, power and control], to write about them clearly, without jargon... and...
John Gibler is a Global Exchange Media Fellow and author of Mexico Unconquered: Chronicles of Power and Revolt, forthcoming from City Lights. Gibler has been living and writing from Mexico since 2006. He has reported for Left Turn, In These Times, Znet, Z Magazine, New Politics, Common Dreams, Yes! Magazine, Colorlines and Democracy Now!.
Gibson, Katherine | Australia
Katherine Gibson is Professor of Human Geography at the Centre for Citizenship and public Policy at the University of Western Sydney. Under the pen-name J.K. Gibson-Graham she is co-author with Julie Graham of _The End of Capitalism (as We Knew It): A Feminist Critique of Political Economy_ (Blackwell, 1996, University of Minnesota Press, 2006) and _A Postcapitalist Capitalist Politics_ (Univer...
Gindin, Sam | Canada
Sam Gindin spent most of his working life (1974-2000) as the research director of and then Assistant to the President of the Canadian Auto Workers. He then led a seminar on Social Justice and Political activism at York (which was also open to community activists). He is currently writing a book with Leo Panitch on the making of global capitalism and active in community-labour education and orga...
Giroux, Henry A.
Charles Glass was ABC News Chief Middle East correspondent from 1983 to 1993. He wrote Tribes with Flags and Money for Old Rope (both Picador books).
Glick, Ted | United States
Ted Glick has devoted 40 years of his life to the progressive social change movement. After a year of student activism as a sophomore at Grinnell College in Iowa, he left college in 1969 to work full time against the Vietnam War. As a Selective Service draft resister, he spent 11 months in prison. In 1973 he co-founded the National Committee to Impeach Nixon and worked as a national coordi...
Goldberg, F. Ivan
Eva Golinger, winner of the International Award for Journalism in Mexico (2009), named “La Novia de Venezuela” by President Hugo Chávez, is a Venezuelan-American attorney from New York, living in Caracas, Venezuela since 2005 and author of the best-selling books, “The Chávez Code: Cracking US Intervention in Venezuela” (2006 Olive Branch Press), “Bu...
Gomes, Rosemary | Brazil
Gomez, Magdalena | United States
Magdalena GÃ³mez, is an internationally acclaimed teaching artist, performer, poet, lyricist and playwright. Ms. GÃ³mez was recently honored with a Proclamation from the Springfield City Council for her over three decades of work in the arts and her local arts contributions to the city of Springfield, MA. In 2008, Ms. GÃ³mez was one of five recipients of the D.C. based Black Women Playwrightâ...
Help with Searching
The ZSearch facilities are powerful and extensive. They can be userd in diverse ways, all from the top Search Page. We have also, however, ueed them ourselves to provide particular focused searches. This page is an example.
In the filtering area you see that it comes with a default choice for account type. That means it is looking for Wrtiers or Sustainers, as noted. If you change the filter, for example, of course you will be searching amoung a different constituency.
You can also put in a name, or a locale to filter your find list further. You can also select a Group and see members who are Sustainers or Writers, or even from some locale, etc.
Of course the locale filter only works for people who have taken the time to enter their locale...so if you don't find many folks, it doesn't mean that they don't exist in the system. Instead, it could be they haven't entered where they are from....
So, in summary, sarch users by account type such as writer or sutainer, by first name, last name, by interest (where again, this only works for folks who entered one), group, or by location. Fill out your chosen feilds and then click the search button. Choose from among the results disaplayed or reset your search to start over.