People for a PSI's Group Members
Norman, Judith | United States
Nenn, Michael | Canada
Nobes, Bob | United Kingdom
I am now 65 and am slowing down. My body is slower, my brain is slower (but not much), my work is slower - only 3 days a week. BUT - I am still trying to work out what I really want to do although the one thing I do know is that I still want to change the world! There is a way of treating the Earth and its inhabitants in a better, fairer, simpler and kinder manner but it's frustrating trying to...
Nini, Jennifer | Australia
Nilsson, Anders | Sweden
Nagel, Fred | United States
Fred Nagel is a filmmaker and political activist. He is a US Veteran who devotes his time to a radio show (http://www.classwars.org), peace organizing (http://www.dutchesspeace.org), Palestinian rights (http://www.mideastcrisis.org), a Nicaraguan sister city project (http://www.mhsistercity.org), and the Dutchess Green Party (http://www.dutchessgreens.org). A resident of Rhinebeck, NY, he also ...
Neill, John | United States
Nier-fischer, Federico | Austria
Nadder Lago, Karen | United States
I became politically active while in college during the late 60s and early 70s, serving as editor of the campus paper for three of my four undergrad years. I earned a Masters in Journalism in ’73 and have been combining politics and writing ever since, actively involved as a grassroots organizer, journalist, and environmentalist for more than 3 decades. In the late 70s, I...
Ngwane, Trevor | South Africa
Trevor Ngwane is an activist for human and political rights. He was active in the struggle against apartheid and continues the light in post-apartheid society. He has previously worked as a Sociology lecturer at Wits University where he helped found the Wits Workers' School, a project to teach literacy to the cleaners and gardeners working on campus. He worked for a while as the national educat...
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