Burrows, Paul | Canada
I am an activist and writer based in Winnipeg, Canada. In 1995, I helped found Winnipeg's Old Market Autonomous Zone (As She Shall Deem Just: Treaty 1 & the Ethnic Cleansing of the St. Peter's Reserve" -- merely the tip of the iceberg in terms of Canada's shameful history of ethnic cleansing, apartheid, and genocide. I have a five year old son named Asher, who is near-certain proof o...
Cacoullos, Anna R.
Cagan, Leslie | United States
For more than 40 years, Leslie has worked in a wide range peace and social justice movements locally and nationally: from the Vietnam war to racism at home, from nuclear disarmament to lesbian/gay liberation, from fighting sexism to working against U.S. military intervention. Her coalition-building and organizing skills have mobilized hundreds of thousands of people in many of the nation...
Campbell, Al | United States
Al Campbell is a professor of economics at the University of Utah in the United States. His research interests are focused on theoretical and empirical issues concerning the political economy of contemporary capitalism and its transcendence.
Sandy Carter was born in Gulfport, Mississippi and grew up in Amarillo, Texas. While attending the University Of Texas at Austin, he became active in the late 60s anti-war, student, and civil rights movements. During the last three decades he has been active in organizing around workplace, community, and mental health issues. Since the early 80s, he has been living in the Bay Area. His writing ...
Fidel Castro, a lawyer, ballplayer, head of state, revolutionary...
Chander, Naveen | India
Currently doing his PhD in Political Science on the contemporary history of language politics in India, andÂ was one of the PhD fellow at CSDS under its Institutional Fellowship Programme.He has been active for the past many years with a variety of socialinitiatives, in particular a student group based in Delhi named the Progressive Students' Union working on different issues ranging from comme...
Bio link, see: http://www.ciis.edu/faculty/chatterji.html Angana P. Chatterji is Professor of Social and Cultural Anthropology at California Institute of Integral Studies (CIIS). Her work integrates scholarship, research, teaching, and advocacy in linking the roles of citizen and intellectual. An advocate for social justice, Professor Chatterji has been working with po...
Hugo Chavez, revolutionary president of Venezuela...
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.