Keshet, Daniel | United States
Kipping, Katja | Germany
Katja Kipping, born 1978 in Dresden, is Left Party vice chair (DIE LINKE) and member of the federal parliament (Bundestag) in Germany. In her early years involved with environmental and youth movements, Kipping joined the east german democratic socialist party (PDS) at the age of twenty. The following year she was elected as an councilwoman in Dresden and also won a seat in the state e...
Klein, Naomi | Canada
Naomi Klein is an award-winning journalist, syndicated columnist and author of the international and New York Times bestseller The Shock Doctrine: The Rise of Disaster Capitalism. Published worldwide in September 2007, The Shock Doctrine is slated to be translated into seventeen languages to date. The six-minute companion film, created by Alfonso Cuaron, director of Children of Men, was an Offi...
Sonali Kolhatkar is the host of "The Uprising Show," an hour of news and analysis on KPFK-FM, a Pacifica radio station in Los Angeles. Up until recently, Kolhatkar worked as an applications developer at the California Institute of Technology. She has undergraduate degrees in physics and astronomy from the University of Texas and a master\'s degree in astrophysics from the Universit...
Gabriel Kolko, born in 1932, studied as an undergraduate in small universities in and around Akron, Ohio, working in rubber factories and various odd manual jobs. He went to graduate schools, studying philosophy, the history of ideas, then sociology, ending as a historian--getting his doctorate in 1962 from Harvard. He has written innumerable articles, published in tiny movement periodi...
Konstantinou, Dimitris | Greece
Dimitris Konstantinou was born in Thessaloniki, Greece in 1972. The last 5 years he lives in Athens with his wife and two kids. He studies constantly sociology and he is a co editor of the annual collection of essays called "nyktegersia". He writes monthly articles in the anti-authoritarian newspaper "Babylonia" and he is the editor of a greek edition of Z Magazine-Z Net ess...
Kotz, David | United States
I am 65 years old, a professor of economics at the University of Massachusetts Amherst. During ages 15 to 28 (1958-1971) I was more or less a full-time activist in various movements (while also being a student most of the time): civil rights, antiwar, student movement (SDS), working class organizing. I did this in several places: suburban Long Island where I grew up, Harvard, Mississippi, Yale,...
Kovel, Joel | United States
Kovel was born in Brooklyn in 1936. As a youth he was fascinated by the physical sciences and mathematics, and set a career path in their direction, only to veer off toward medicine because of a wish to be engaged with the life of humanity. This pattern repeated itself: as a scientifically trained physician he felt the need to go further into the study of humanity and turned toward psychaitry a...
Krysmanski, Hans juergen | Germany
Born 1935 in Berlin, professor emeritus of sociology at the University of Muenster, Germany. Numerous publications on sociological theory, peace and conflict, social structure and class analysis, the media and power structure research. Member of the Academic Advisory Council of ATTAC, Germany, and of the Rosa Luxemburg Foundation. Homepage: www.uni-muenster.de/PeaCon/krysmanski/ 1953-54 HICOG ...
La Botz, Dan
Landau, Saul | United States
Saul Landau, Professor Emeritus at the California State Polytechnic University, Pomona, an internationally-known filmmaker, scholar, author and commentator, and Fellow at the Institute for Policy Studies. His film trilogy on Cuba includes FIDEL, a portrait of Cuba's leader (1968), CUBA AND FIDEL, in which Castro talks of democracy and institutionalizing the revolution (1974) and the UNCOMPROMIS...
Lander, Edgardo | Venezuela
Professor of Social Sciences at the Venezuelan Central University in Caracas. Member of the Organizing Committee of the VI World Social Forum (Caracas 2006). Member of the Secretariat of the Hemispheric Council of the Americas Social Forum, Fellow of the Transnational Institute (Amsterdam)
Landy, Joanne | United States
Joanne Landy, 67 years old, born in Chicago and lives in New York. I am Co-Director with Tom Harrison of the Campaign for Peace and Democracy (www.cpdweb.org ), and a member of the editorial board of New Politics magazine (www.newpol.org ). She is a left socialist, and believes that the goals of democracy and socialism are deeply intertwined. She is interested in internal radical transformati...
Lanza, Luciano | Italy
Lehman, Brooke | United States
Brooke is a a Worker/Owner of Bluestockings Bookstore. A founding member of the Continental Direct Action Network, and other radical organizations, Brooke's focus as an activist has been on designing and facilitating directly democratic organizational structures. A student of the late Murray Bookchin, Brooke spent a number of years teaching at the Institute for Social Ecology, where she now ser...
Leon, Joshua K.
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