People for a PSI's Group Members
Anderson, Letha | United States
US citizen living on the Washington State coast. Lesbian, feminist, vegan, antitheist (I just learned that word). Not employed. No college. I’m attracted to people who use humor when discussing politics. Huge fan of Rachel Maddow and Jon Stewart’s ‘The Daily Show’. I’m interested in social justice and I’d like the US to kick capitalism to t...
Tinker, Matthew | United States
Picchi, Enrico | Italy
I'm tired of debt. Tired of being told "work hard and you'll pay it off". Tired of interest burying us alive. Tired of money being made out of nothing. Tired of the real economy being squashed so that financers can make a bundle. Tired of the lies. Tired of being treated like a fool. So now I sit, and think, and write music, and curse, and wonder how to ...
Benyik, Matyas | Hungary
Fletcher, Bill | United States
Bill Fletcher, Jr., is a longtime labor and international activist and the former President and chief executive officer of TransAfrica Forum, a national non-profit organization organizing, educating and advocating for policies in favor of the peoples of Africa, the Caribbean and Latin America. Fletcher is also a founder of the Black Radical Congress and is a Senior Scholar for the Institute for...
Kaul, Vijay | United States
Moorey, Crip | Japan
Agnostic, Justin | United States
I am of a Socialist, on the more libertarian side of the socialist spectrum.
Della santa, Vincent | Switzerland
Piven, Francis fox | United States
I'm on the faculty of the Graduate School of the City University of New York, author of Poor People's Movements, Regulating the Poor, Why Americans Still Don't Vote, Challenging Authority.
Sifuentes, Froylan | United States
Naci en el sur de Texas, pero creci en Mexico; primero, en la frontera con Estados Unidos, despues en el estado de Hidalgo. Mi familia vive alla en Mexico y yo estudio universidad aca. Estudio Ingenieria Quimica, pero seguire por caminos mas sociales/ambientales al menos por el proximo lustro. Me interesa aprender de diferentes culturas y lenguas, aprender del pasado, la ciencia, las diferentes...
Dominick, Brian | United States
. Brian has taught a variety of courses at ZMI in the years since.
Freeman, Robert | Canada
Greeman, Richard | France
Fifty years of activism: civil rights, labor, antiwar, antinuke, you name it. Author of anti-capitalist satire: BEWARE OF VEGETARIAN SHARKS www.lulu.com/contents/923573
Kashner, Frank | United States
Frank Kashner is psychotherapist in practice in Salem, MA, USA. He is a currently a Ph.D. candidate through the Taos Institute in Taos, NM, and Tilburg University in the Netherlands where he is examining the relationship of power between insurance companies, therapists, and clients. You can read more about his current research at www.notthetop.net and you can reac...
Wyse, Garrett | Ireland
Mestrum, Francine | Belgium
Researcher, PhD in social sciences, specialized in development studies, poverty, inequality, gender, globalization. Several books on international financial organizations and the need for global redistribution, tax justice, global social justice, etc.
Morgan, Nick | United Kingdom
I work in the Social Sciences faculty of Newcastle University (UK). I arrived here in September 2007 from the Universidad de los Andes in Bogota, where I worked in the area of cultural studies. My research has focused on the politics of cultural representation in Colombia and has included work on nationalism, class, race and ethnicity, participatory democracy and the media. Much of this ha...
Gambetti, Zeynep | Turkey
“Did somebody say liberal totalitarianism? Yes, and despite the 5½ (mis)uses of the notion” (co-authored with Refik Güremen), Rethinking Marxism, Vol. 17 (5), 2005, p. 638-645.
Katovsky, Alexander | England
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