Brud's ZSpace Friends
Tadjpour, Layla | United States
I am an iranian american and currently live in Arlington VA. I work with several anti-war groups.
D'Arcy, Steve | Canada
An social activist and democratic theorist who lives with his two children in London, Ontario, Canada. A member of Climate Justice London.
Street, Paul | United States
Paul Street is an independent radical-democratic policy researcher, journalist, historian, and speaker based in Iowa City, Iowa, and Chicago, Illinois. He is the author of four books to date: Empire and Inequality: America and the World Since 9/11 (Boulder, CO: Paradigm, 2004); Segregated Schools: Educational Apartheid in the Post-Civil Right...
Schindler, Jonathan | United States
I am from Saint Louis, MO. My left interests mainly include addressing economic injustice, although I think all spheres need to be addressed in the long run. I am an advocate of Parecon and admirer of the great work that Michael Albert and the rest of the Z staff have put into making this site what it is today.
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...
Books, Zed | United Kingdom
Zed is celebrating 30 years as one of the most distinctive voices in independent, progressive publishing. Over the last three decades we have published more than 1,000 titles. Each of these books had a common goal: to give voice to people, places and issues at the margins. Our critical perspectives on topics including trade, aid, government and development are now more current than ever. Tod...
Eingold, Eric | United States
Eric is a graduate student at The New School for Social Research in New York's Greenwich Village. Working with the Radical Student Union, Eric is an adovocate for a participatory society, economy, and polity guided by core vaules such as diversity, equity, self-management, efficiency, and solidarity.
Brody, Y. | France
Born in New York City in 1972, the author is a clinical psychologist. To pay the bills, he helps people understand themselves and their environment, and encourages them to imagine all possible changes, individually and socially. His university courses include Media, Culture, and Society; Psychodynamic Psychology; International Business Ethics; and Geopolitics. The general focus here is on is...
Christopher, Bryan | United States
Bybee, Roger | United States
I've recently been invited to write a twice-weekly blog in In These Times, appearing Tuesdays and Thursdays (go to www.inthesetimes.com and flick the In These Times Working link at the top of the page) I'm now a full-time freelance writer, with my immediate aim complete a book on corporate media coverage of globalization (tentatively titled The Giant Sucking Sound: How Corporate Media Sw...
C.rodas, Cliff | United States
Guatemalteco-Americano = Chupano ; )
Denton, Marcus | United States
I live in Austin, Texas where I work at a class- and race-segregated inner-city high school. I attended the Z Media Institute in 2003 and founded the Austin Project for a Participatory Society in 2007.
Spannos, Chris | United States
Chris Spannos has had over a decade of experience in self-managed media collectives and also as an activist, organizer, and anti-capitalist. From 1998-2006 he participated in the Redeye collective, heard on Vancouver Co-op radio. In September 2006 he joined Z as full-time staff focusing on ZNet and ZCom web operations. Other media work includes helping out with Z Video productions, being ...
Hannah, Christopher j | Canada
I am the son of a Cold War fighter-pilot. I am the member of a rock band called Propagandhi and a member of a Parecon-inspired record label called G7 Welcoming Committee Records. In 2007 I was voted the 2nd Worst Canadian in history in a national poll (former prime-minister and dead man Pierre Trudeau was #1, meaning that i am in fact the worst living Canadian in the history of the country). ...
Renn, Marla | Canada
Hello, my name is Marla and I live inVancouver, British Columbia, Canada, and I am a student completing my teaching certification. In the fall of 2009 I will begin as a substitute teacher within high schools, with an eye of further exploring how I might enter the educational institution in a way that I will be able to collaborate with others for a revolution within. The educational process of...
Wetzel, Tom | United States
In Deer Hunting With Jesus Joe Bageant says "those who grow up in the lower class in America often end up class conscious for life" and so it has been with me.After leaving high school I worked as a gas station attendant for quite a few years and got let go from that job in one of the first job actions I was involved in. I gradually worked my way through college and in the early '70s ...
Loewen, Matt | Canada
Tarwater, Tyler | United States
Herndon, Thomas | United States
I'm originally from Austin, TX, but moved to Olympia, WA to go to The Evergreen State College. There I studied quite a bit of political economy, foreign policy, critical race and gender studies, social movements and ethnography and organized a bit with different groups. I also attended ZMI 2007. After my stint at Evergreen, my finances were deeply in the red, and I had caught the I need t...
George, Justin | Australia
Hi, I live in Melbourne, Australia, and I think I first came across Znet courtesy of the linear notes of a Propagandhi album along time ago. Soon after that Michael Albert gave a talk at my university- University of Queensland- where I first encountered in any detail his proposals on Parecon, which opened my eyes to exciting and new possibilities for progressive change. I particularly related ...