Dean'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.
Hunt, Steve | United States
Born in Tulsa and raised in Oklahoma City, I was a far far Right leaning guy for many years. The movie version of my life will show me working in downtown OKC during the Murrah bombing, and immediatley awakening to the realities of the world. It is however all much more complicated than that, and the lessons I have learned along the way have been beyond amazing.
Cowper, Karun | Australia
It is clear that as a race we stand at an important crossroads. A juncture that provides us huge opportunities and challenges for positive change, both in our little lives and also in the larger world.
Gabrenya, Matt | United States
I'm currently in school at Brandeis in MA, and am involved with Students for a Just and Stable Future, and the campus Commitee on Endowment Ethics and Responsibility.
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.
Zollman, Florian | England
I moved from Germany to the UK to study and research journalism. My interests are the analysis of US/UK and German foreign policies and their representation in the press as well as the analysis of media content in relation to the corporate structure of the media. Also, I have been interested in sports for years. My favorite sport is soccer. Consequently, I studied spor...
Mcloughlin, Brian | Ireland
Brian McLoughlin has worked for over thirty years in the IT industry, mostly as a management consultant. The burst of the dot.com bubble threw him into redundancy and from there he experienced low-grade, low-income jobs. Brian now work as a tax auditor in the Irish Revenue Commissioners. Although politically he has been a social democrat his spell of unempl...
Kelly, Brian | United States
Brian is socialist organizer, writer, and activist from New York. Brian's writings can be found on his website - Diary of a Walking Butterfly (www.walkingbutterfly.org). Contact e-mail: butterflywalking (AT) gmail.com.
Beaudet, Sylvain | Canada
Lucker, Andy | United States
McGehee, Michael | United States
Bradshaw, Fintan | Ireland
Tarwater, Tyler | United States
Evans, Mark | England
These things probably tell you something about me - I got my initial education in social justice listening to Bob Marley and the Wailers as a teenager, then in my late 20's reading Chomsky which led me to Z. I identify with the humanist world view. My favouite comedian is John Shuttleworth. I enjoy all kinds of "roots" music including folk, reggae, bl...
Poe, Jonathon | United States
If you want to know more, just ask! (or just wait until I add more to this!)
Villegas, Eban | United States
Evan Villegas Born 7 October 1984, he is anarchist, working class university student, full-time wage slave in revolt, and community activist. He is involved in various radical projects in San Antonio, including a group of disorganized Wobblies which are trying to come together to do something in the community. He is a jr. in college with ...
Christopher, Bryan | United States
Cronan Jr, John | United States
John Cronan Jr. is a restaurant worker of 11 years, organizer, and writer. He is a native of Providence, RI, but has lived in New York City for many years--where he has been involved in labor, student, and environmental organizing. Currently, John is an organizer for the Restaurant Opportunities Center of New York (ROC-NY), a membership based workers’ center ...
Snyder, Matthew | United States
Born from a rather schizophrenic upbringing (his father is Mormon/LDS and his mother was Jewish), Matthew grew up in the southeastern panhandle of Washington state. He was raised along the Columbia River like a postmodern version of Moses, except for the fact that Moses didn't have a tremendous lantern jaw or a ridiculous mandible. The Tri-Cities, the area where he grew up in, was the nuclear ...