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...
Majavu, Mandisi | South Africa
Mandisi Majavu is the Book Reviews Editor of Interface: a journal for and about social movements http://www.interfacejournal.net/ Majavu has written widely on topics relating to human rights, justice, gender, race and basically African politics. His work has appeared in international publications such as Inter Press Services news Agency and Panos News Agency. Also, he has been published...
Mance, Euclides | Brazil
Euclides Andre Mance is a philosopher and has been a popular educator since the 1990s. He is a member of the Popular Solidarity Economy Network in Brazil, and animator of the website http://www.solidarius.com.br/. He is the author of various texts and books, such as The Network Revolution [A Revolucao das Redes], which has been translated into Italian. His work can be found on http://www.solid...
I was a white, Jewish student at Cornell University, recruited by the students at North Carolina A and T, to first join a boycott of Woolworths in Ithaca, New York, then they asked me to join the civil rights revolution. While at Cornell University I worked to raise funds for voter registration in Fayette, County Tennessee, 1963, worked with Ralph Featherstone at the SNCC DC office to prote...
Manning Marable is Professor of History and Political Science, and the Director of the Institute for Research in African-American Studies at Columbia University. He is co-founder of the Black Radical Congress, a national network of African-American activists. He is the author of 13 books, most recently Black Leadership (NY: Columbia Univ. Press. 1998).
Marcos, Subcomandante Insurgente
Marcuse, Peter | United States
Peter Marcuse was born in 1928 in Berlin, the son of book sales clerk Herbert Marcuse and mathematician Sophie Wertheim. They soon moved to Freiburg, where Herbert began to write his habilitation (thesis to become a professor) with Martin Heidegger. In 1933, in order to escape the Nazi persecution, they joined the Frankfurt Institut für Sozialforschungand emigrated ...
Marshall, Rob | United States
I have been involved in left activism for the past ten years. I attended Z Media Institute in 2001, where I was first introduced to Parecon and the complementary holist approach. Having given serious attention to the Participatory Society visions, I now consider working to make these visions a reality my top priority as an activist. My work thus far in this area has been to coauthor a booklet s...
Martinez, Raoul | England
I am a 25-year-old artist/writer currently living in Londonâ€”the city of my birth. Dissatisfied and disillusioned with my formal education, I left college aged 17 to train as an artist (www.raoulmartinez.com ), whilst also devising and following a curriculum of my own making. My curriculum began with an attempt to question all my beliefs, and led to, for the next seven years, an investigation...
Elizabeth "Betita" Martinez is a Chicana writer, activist and teacher whose many years of social justice work are legendary. She speaks on racism, multiculturalism, women's struggles and today's new movements. In the 1960s and 70s, she worked in the Black civil rights movement and the Chicano movement. She co-founded and currently chairs the Institute for MultiRacial Justice to he...
Mazgoankar, Michael | India
I and my wife and colleague live and work in a remote area (actually a wild life sanctuary) with an indigenous community of Vasavas (a subtribe of the Bhils) in the western state of Gujarat. We try to work towards increasing self-sufficiency with the people living in the Satpura mountains. We have worked on soil and water conservation, finding alternative local livelihoods, working on building ...
Mcchesney2, Bob2 | United States
Media author and critic.
McCoy, Alfred W.
Mcfellin, Atlee | United States
Atlee McFellin is a 26 year old graduate student in Economics at The New School for Social Research. He is originally from Michigan and works with a number of different social movement organizations in New York City and Michigan. He is the author of an upcoming book with Pluto Press on the long-term origins of the economic crisis and its implications for the future of the U.S. global dominance ...
McGehee, Michael | United States
McIntosh, | United States
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