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Lilley, Sasha | United States
Sasha Lilley is a writer and radio broadcaster, co-founder and host of the critically acclaimed program of radical ideas, Against the Grain. She is the author of Capital and Its Discontents: Conversations with Radical Thinkers in a TIme of Tumult, and the series editor of PM Press’ political economy imprint, Spectre.
Linick-Loughley, Meaghan | United States
Meaghan is an organizer for Students for a Democratic Society (SDS). She is currently in her sophmore year at The New School - Eugene Lang College for Liberal Arts studying anthropology and theatre. She previously attended Pace University where she organized for free speech and for more student power on campus. Meaghan also does work with Rainforest Action Network and Midatlan...
Lipow, Gar | United States
Lowy, Michael | France
Michael Lowy, born in Brazil, lives in France since 1969. Emerited research director in sociology at the CNRS (National Center for Scientific Research). Co-author, with Joel Kovel, of the International Ecosocialist Manifesto (2001). Author of several books, among which "Fire Alarm.Walter Benjamin" London, Verso, 2004.
Luce, Stephanie | United States
I was born in San Francisco and live in US. I am 43 years old. Currently, I am an associate professor at the Labor Center, University of Massachusetts Amherst. I became politically aware growing up in the 70s, particularly surrounded by the growing women's movement, and my initial activism was around reproductive rights, clinic defenses, and feminism more broadly. From there I looked to find a ...
Clarence Lusane is a political science professor, columnist, activist, and journalist. He has been a consultant to the World Council of Churches, the Congressional Black Caucus, and other non-profit and political organizations. He is the former chair of the National Alliance of Third World Journalists and an award-winning writer. He is on the Boards of Directors of the American Friends Service ...
Lydon, Jason | United States
Jason Lydon is a white-anti-racist, prison abolitionist, anarchist pastor for the Community Church of Boston in Massachusetts.Â He organizes around issues impacting queer/trans people and those most impacted by the far reaches of the prison industrial complex.Â Jason can also be found riding his bike around town or catching a rest by the Charles River.
Robert Staughton Lynd (September 26, 1892 in New Albany, Indiana – November 1, 1970 in New York City) was an American sociologist born in New Albany, Indiana. He was a professor of sociology at Columbia University, New York City. Robert and Helen Lynd are best known for writing the groundbreaking "Middletown" studies of Munc...
M.j., Vijayan | India
Vijayan MJ, Age-31, Born in 1978 in Kerala, India. Have been a citizen of India since birth. Born to Christian clergy parents who believed in liberation theology and were active stakeholders in the battle against the casteism and classism propagated by the Church and the upper caste lobby. The battle within the church for the voting rights of the â€˜backwardâ€™ people soon became a struggle for...
Rahul Mahajan was born in Philadelphia, PA, in 1969. He received his Bachelor`s in Mathematics from Caltech in 1992 and will receive his Ph.D. in Physics from the University of Texas at Austin in August 2002. He has been an Austin resident for most of his life, starting when his family moved here in 1977 and continuing except for brief periods when he went away to school.
Maheshvarananda, Dada | Venezuela
Dada Maheshvarananda, born in the US, is an activist, writer, and monk. Since 1978 he has taught meditation and yoga and supervised social service projects, in Southeast Asia, Europe and South America. He has given hundreds of seminars and workshops around the world about social issues and spiritual values. His new book, "After Capitalism: Economic Democracy in Action", includes his c...
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