People for a PSI's Group Members
Kim, Jiah | South Korea
Indy media activist, web developer, writer Love Znet and been a reader for almost 10 years. Glad to support this great project!!!
Brud, Eugene | United States
Smith, Gregory | United States
smith, joshua | United States
Rabjohn, Dusty | United States
Dusty Rabjohn is an artist and teacher currently residing in Chicago, IL
Kahraman, Hadi | Turkey
Software engineer, living in a small town in the southwest corner of Anatolia, Turkey. Born in 1958.
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.
Carmo, Andre | Portugal
Waterman, Peter | Netherlands
Short cv 010310: peter waterman, jacob v.d. doesstraat 28,2518xn the hague, netherlands. tel/fax: 31-(0)70-363-1539 global solidarity dialogue: http://groups.yahoo.com/group/glosodia (inactive) global solidarity dialogue website: www.antenna.nl/~waterman/ (inactive) archive: http://blog.choike.org/eng/category/peter-waterman...
Currently in Political Science at York University, Toronto- I try not to be a victim of theoretical abstraction, and I like to observe stuff, and I find life fascinating and cool. I wanna meet all kinds of people, travel to a bunch of places, experience different things, and learn. I think smiling is important.
Kovalik, Daniel | United States
Dan Kovalik graduated from Columbia Law School in 1993 and has been a labor lawyer for the USW ever since. He is also a lawyer for Colombian Plaintiffs in human rights cases against The Coca-Cola Company, Drummond and Occidental Petroleum.
McGehee, Michael | United States
Hawkins, Howie | United States
Howie Hawkins has been active in movements for peace, justice, and the environment since the late 1960s. He co-founded the US Green Party in 1984. After attending Dartmouth College, Hawkins has worked as a carpenter, a developer of cooperative businesses, and a truck unloader. He is a member of Teamsters Local 317 and lives on the South Side. His articles on politics and economics have ap...
Johnston, Jack | United Kingdom
Utrecht, Jeremy | Netherlands
Hi i'm Jeremy, I live in the Netherlands. I'm a student of Liberal Arts and Sciences, majoring in Political Science and International Relations.
Cagan, Leslie | United States
For more than 40 years, Leslie has worked in a wide range peace and social justice movements locally and nationally: from the Vietnam war to racism at home, from nuclear disarmament to lesbian/gay liberation, from fighting sexism to working against U.S. military intervention. Her coalition-building and organizing skills have mobilized hundreds of thousands of people in many of the nation...
Nini, Jennifer | Australia
George, Susan | France
Susan George is one of TNI's most renowned fellows for her long-term and ground-breaking analysis of global issues. Author of fourteen widely translated books, she describes her work in a cogent way that has come to define TNI: "The job of the responsible social scientist is first to uncover these forces [of wealth, power and control], to write about them clearly, without jargon... and...
Azulay, Jessica | United States
Jessica Azulay is an activist and writer from West Virginia. She currently lives in Syracuse, NY where she helps out with peace and justice organizing. Jessica was the co-founder of the (now defunct) NewStandard, a news website run on the principles of participatory economics. Now she is excited in helping others form collectives based on parecon. Jessica also has a day-job making websites for ...
Rai, Milan | England
Milan Rai, the anti-war activist, author and editor based in Hastings, England, first became politically active in the campaign against Pershing II and Ground-Launched Cruise Missiles - nuclear weapons scheduled to be deployed in Western Europe in the late 1980s. A Peace News seller at his school, he's now become co-editor of the monthly magazine. Milan's primary organizational affiliations ha...
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