People for a PSI's Group Members
Mathews, Daniel | United States
Pilger, John | Australia
John Pilger, renowned investigative journalist and documentary film-maker, is one of only two to have twice won British journalism's top award; his documentaries have won academy awards in both the UK and the US. In a New Statesman survey of the 50 heroes of our time, Pilger came fourth behind Aung San Suu Kyi and Nelson Mandela. "John Pilger," wrote Harold Pinter, "unearths, wit...
Fix, Blair | Canada
I'm from Stettler, Alberta, but now I am living in Toronto. Along the way I've studied many things, including music, physics and engineering. Right now my goal is to stop corporate shenanigans so we can all live in a better world.
Gordon, Neve | Israel
During the first intifada Neve Gordon was the director of Physicians for Human Rights - Israel. He is the co-editor of Torture: Human Rights, Medical Ethics and the Case of Israel, the editor of From the Margins of Globalization: Critical Perspectives on Human Rights and the author of Israel's Occupation, which has a webiste with a lot of information.
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). ...
Varga, John | United States
Tarnopol, Doug | United States
Early, Steve | United States
Steve Early was a Boston-based international representative or organizer for the Communications Workers of America for 27 years. Prior to working for CWA, he served as a headquarters staffer for the United Mine Workers and staff attorney and newspaper editor for the Professional Drivers Council (merged in 1979 into Teamsters for a Democratic Union). As a free-lance labor journalist, ...
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.
Zinno, Fabio | Canada
Agnostic, Justin | United States
I am of a Socialist, on the more libertarian side of the socialist spectrum.
Dorgan, Mark | United States
Saysel, Ali | Turkey
Ali K. Saysel is a scholar in Bogazici University, Istanbul where he teaches classes on environmental sustainability and system dynamics. He is a long standing member of an avanguard culture and arts ensemble in Istanbul, which among performance art activites, hosts a progressive publishing house and a web portal (www.bgst.org). Ali K. Saysel earned his B.S. on industrial engineering in 1...
Trigona, Marie | Argentina
Marie Trigona has reported from Argentina for numerous media outlets around the world. A writer, radio producer, and film maker, her work focuses on labor struggles, social movements and human rights in Latin America. Her writing has appeared in publications including Z Magazine and ZNet, NACLA, Monthly Review, Canadian Dimension, The Buenos Aires Herald, Left Turn, Americas Program, Clamor, Ve...
Freeman, Robert | Canada
Merkle , Emily | United States
Rothschild, Matt | United States
Editor of The Progressive magazine. Author, You Have No Rights. Editor of the anthology, Democracy in Print: The Best of The Progressive magazine, 1909-2009.
Costa, Antonio | Brazil
Bernard, Alain | Canada
Morin, Mike | United States
I am a Friend. BS - Environmental Studies Graduate Study in Planning and Economics MBA have worked construction, real estate appraisal, health care cost and util. report systems developer, Director of Managed Care Contracting for hospital,farm work, farm fertilizer delivery, lumber yard/hardware and delivery, Small Business Development Center, taught Computer Methods, etc. fellowship for the la...
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