People for a PSI's Group Members
Petropoulos, Antonis | Greece
Editor, ECOCLUB.com - mutual aid network for ecological & socially just tourism
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...
Bastida, Fran | Spain
Born in Seville (Spain) Lived in Edinburgh (Scotland) age 40
Tamulis, Bron | United States
I am a graduate student in Political Science at the University of California at Irvine. I am interested in some of the theoretical gaps in contemporary political activism/theory...I seem to dwell in the region of Marxism(s) and anarchism, as well as contemporary democratic theory and radical politics. I am a vegan and I also am interested in re-conceptualizing animal "rights.&q...
Miner, Calvin | United States
I love coffee made by my press pot, beer and tea. I enjoy mountain biking, kayaking and longboarding. My favorite authors include Chomsky and Karl Pilkington. I listen to a huge amount of podcasts, including many from slate.com, Democracy Now, revision3.com and the Real News. I also bittorrent loads of music, movies, and other stuff.
Kurkulos, Maryellen | United States
My formative years were spent in the U.S. (Fall River) and Athens, Greece. Degrees from Wellesley, Columbia, Hopkins (biology and genetics) and most importantly ZMI (2005). My authentic education - still continuing - came via reading Chomsky, ZMag and ZNet. Currently affiliated with various local and not-so-local groups here in southeastern MA and greater Boston.
Marcum, Teddy | United States
Lapinel, Elliott | United States
I joined the Navy at age 19 in 2004, and left in june of 2008. My first goal in life was to play the piano, and I had planned on going to school for music when I left the Navy. When I left the Navy however, I felt an emptiness from what I felt was a lack of accomplishment, particularly my failure to graduate from a certain program in the Navy. (I also began popping a...
Wahhaj, Zahed | United States
Kaul, Vijay | United States
Mcgehee, Amy | United States
It's true, I kick ass!
Martin, Michael | United States
Herndon, Thomas | United States
I'm originally from Austin, TX, but moved to Olympia, WA to go to The Evergreen State College. There I studied quite a bit of political economy, foreign policy, critical race and gender studies, social movements and ethnography and organized a bit with different groups. I also attended ZMI 2007. After my stint at Evergreen, my finances were deeply in the red, and I had caught the I need t...
Skerrett, Kevin | Canada
Swank, Jeffrey | United States
Hello my friends. I'm out here in Colorado doing my thing. Great to be part of the community.
Grinder, Matt | Canada
Matthew Grinder is a high school teacher for physics, math and junior science in Victoria, British Columbia, Canada. I was a founding member of the Vancouver Participatory Economics Collective, and I like to advocate for participatory society when I can.
Dasgupta, Kingshuk | United States
Miller, Robert | United Kingdom
My name is Robert. I am 16 years old. I live in London. I have long brown hair and blue eyes. I love reading books by Noam Chomsky, John Pilger, Michael Albert, David Graeber and alot of others involved in anarchism and parsoc.
Vltchek, Andre | United States
Raised in Central Europe; a naturalized US citizen. Novelist, poet, political novelist, journalist, photographer and filmmaker, he has covered dozens of war zones from Bosnia and Peru to Sri Lanka and East Timor. He is the author of a novel Nalezeny, published in Czech. Point of No Return is his first work of fiction written in English. Other works include a book of political nonfi...
Elijah, Jill soffiyah | United States
J. Soffiyah Elijah serves as Deputy Director of the Criminal Justice Institute (CJI) at Harvard Law School (HLS). In her capacity as Deputy Director at CJI, she is both an administrator and a clinical instructor. As an administrator, Ms. Elijah is responsible for leading the fulfillment, development and expansion of the Institute’s work to address the urgent needs o...
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