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Kearns, Oliver | Scotland
Ledoux, Todd | United States
Kurowski, Mark | United States
It's good to be back, so to speak! In the early 90's I was a beginner activist, and I was a member of ZBBS for its first couple years (it started in 12/93, right?). Then I got busy in life and lost my way. A big kick in the a** woke me up, and I'd like to be a dedicated activist for the next 40 years or so....
Alexander, Claire | United States
I've been voting in every presidential election since the late 50s and have fianlly voted for a winning candidate. I think things will improve, but I don't have many illusions. I am a moderately political person, gradually having gotten more informed over time. I am a quilter. And I just read an article about political quilts. One can say a lot in fabric. At any rate, I do m...
Miller, Denise | England
Tokar, Brian | United States
Brian Tokar has been an activist, author and a critical voice for ecological activism since the 1980s. He is currently the Director of the Institute for Social Ecology and a lecturer in Environmental Studies at the University of Vermont. Brian's books include The Green Alternative (1987, revised 1992), Earth for Sale (1997), and Toward Climate Justice: Perspectives on...
Voss, Chris | United States
Chris and his wife are working on starting a small farm in northeast Texas.
De Leon, Steven | United States
Tarver, Emma | United States
Grubacic, Andrej | Serbia
Andrej Grubacic is a radical historian- or, more accurately, an anarchist historian- from the Balkans. Among his works are few books in Balkan languages, chapters and numerous articles related to the history and utopian present of the Balkans. His writings on anarchism, its past and future, are many, and could be found on ZNet. He used to be based in Belgrade, post-Yugoslavia, but after m...
Leas, James Marc | United States
Wahhaj, Zahed | United States
Emami, Jessica | United States
I am a Graduate Fellow and Ph.D. Student of Sociology at the George Mason University, Institute for Immigration Research
Fina, Kerry | United States
Summers, Colin | United States
Isaacs, Joel | United States
Living in Berkeley in the 70s I was part of a Situationist inspired radical group who wanted to put subjectivity and community back into the revolution. Skip forward. I read Zmag for 20 years. Six years ago I was reading Chomsky's Understanding Power. One morning I woke up frightened. I thought: "All those wild ideas I have about what's really going on in the world - they're all true!"...
Scipes, Kim | United States
I am a long-time activist who got politicized fighting racism and white supremacy while on active duty in the US Marine Corps (1969-73). Subsequently a printer, high school teacher and office worker, I now teach sociology at Purdue University North Central in Westville, Indiana, although I live in Chicago. I am a long-time labor activist, working on both domestic and global labor issues, and ha...
Shannon, Deric | United States
I'm a working class kid from Indiana relocated to an academic institution on the East Coast. I co-edited Contemporary Anarchist Studies and co-authored Political Sociology: Oppression, Resistance, and the State, a book on social movements and resistance. I like music, reading, writing, and long walks in my house.
Alexandrov, Nick | United States
Born and raised in New England, currently living in Washington, DC.
Dawson, Michael | United States
Author, The Consumer Trap: Big Business Marketing in American Life, www.consumertrap.com, www.deathbycar.info. Forthcoming book is Courting Carmageddon: Capitalism and Transportation in the United States.