People for a PSI's Group Members
Le Vallois, Jonathan | England
Just an ordinary man who can't stay silent in the face of the lies and injustices we swim in. What I write and the web site I maintain are part of my attempt at "loosing the chains of injustice and untying the cords of the yoke, setting the oppressed free and breaking every yoke", which is part of "loving your neighbour as yourself". My web page (a work in ...
Leith, Lawrence | United States
Economist, US Department of Labor. Member, American Federation of Government Employees, 1989-present. Reader of Z for 20-plus years.
Lim, Ahnate | Thailand
Lach-Newinsky, Peter | Australia
Published poet, eco-activist, permacultural small farmer and heritage apple grower. Politicisation in Germany late sixties to late eighties. Ex-teacher and free theatre maker. Now lives in southern highlands of New South Wales.
Leier, Bruce | United States
Lynch, Damon | New Zealand
I am a PhD student in social anthropology, photographer and free software programmer (free as in freedom). My geographic areas of interest are the Middle East and South Asia. I have spent time in Israel Palestine, Iran, Pakistan, India and the Philippines. My primary interests are religion and peace and conflict. I am a keen supporter of Abdul Ghaffar Khan (1890-1988), a Musl...
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...
Lippold, Bob | United States
lavallee, paul | Canada
Langford, Andrew | Mexico
ANDREW (ANDY) JOHN LANGFORD Born 1949, Totnes, England. Below you can find a conventional style resumé - I have a mixed working background, mostly self-employed (since 1977) in several small business and organisation guises. The last 25 years has been land based as I have sought to intitiate ecological regeneration at home and abroad. I am using my generalist, self-reliant, artisan, ec...
Langstaff, David | United States
David Langstaff has attended the Z Media Institute in the past and is currently focusing on historical macro-sociology and critical development studies at The Evergreen State College in Olympia, WA. He can be reached at email@example.com
Lapinel, Elliott | United States
I joined the Navy at age 19 in 2004, and left in june of 2008. My first goal in life was to play the piano, and I had planned on going to school for music when I left the Navy. When I left the Navy however, I felt an emptiness from what I felt was a lack of accomplishment, particularly my failure to graduate from a certain program in the Navy. (I also began popping a...
Landau, Saul | United States
Saul Landau, Professor Emeritus at the California State Polytechnic University, Pomona, an internationally-known filmmaker, scholar, author and commentator, and Fellow at the Institute for Policy Studies. His film trilogy on Cuba includes FIDEL, a portrait of Cuba's leader (1968), CUBA AND FIDEL, in which Castro talks of democracy and institutionalizing the revolution (1974) and the UNCOMPROMIS...
Lowy, Michael | France
Michael Lowy, born in Brazil, lives in France since 1969. Emerited research director in sociology at the CNRS (National Center for Scientific Research). Co-author, with Joel Kovel, of the International Ecosocialist Manifesto (2001). Author of several books, among which "Fire Alarm.Walter Benjamin" London, Verso, 2004.
Buddhist practitioner and teacher. Long-term involvement in "socially engaged Buddhism" both in Asia (as a monk) and in the USA. Currently living at & developing a Buddhist practice community in Wisconsin: www.liberationpark.org. Learning how to live here in an ecologically wholesome, simple, happy, and community friendly way.
Le Guen, Yoann | Wales
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