People for a PSI's Group Members
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...
Jesperson, Roland | United States
Turbruss, Randell | England
Hall, Jared | United States
Hello fellow Zspacers, Like many of you, I am fed up with the lack of justice on planet Earth. I'm an American and serving in the U.S. Navy. Currently I am seeking separation from the military on grounds of conscientious objection to war. I joined the Navy just trying to survive economically, and learned on deployment in the Persian gulf that many of the bombs dropped from jets attached to my ...
Neill, John | United States
Peters, Cynthia | United States
Cynthia Peters is a freelance writer, activist, and editor of The Change Agent (www.nelrc.org/changeagent), a social justice magazine for adult learners and adult educators. She writes about a wide range of topics including organizing, parenting, marketing, feminism, racism, and gender politics.
Zollman, Florian | England
I moved from Germany to the UK to study and research journalism. My interests are the analysis of US/UK and German foreign policies and their representation in the press as well as the analysis of media content in relation to the corporate structure of the media. Also, I have been interested in sports for years. My favorite sport is soccer. Consequently, I studied spor...
Gillin, Joel | United States
Patel, Raj | United States
Gautney, Heather | United States
Heather Gautney is an activists and an assistant professor of sociology at Fordham University. She is author of Between Protest and Political Organization (forthcoming, Palgrave). She is also co-editor of Democracy, States and the Struggle for Global Justice (Routledge, 2009) and Implicating Empire (Basic Books, 2003) and is a member of the editorial board of Social Text.
Spear, Jessica | United States
Jess Spear is a research scientist at the Burke Museum of Natural History and an organizer with Socialist Alternative.
Hamm, Keith | United States
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...
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 ...
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.
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.
Kahraman, Hadi | Turkey
Software engineer, living in a small town in the southwest corner of Anatolia, Turkey. Born in 1958.
Korte, Patrick | United States
Mccorry, Jim | Ireland
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...
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