People for a PSI's Group Members
Mudunuri, Raj | India
Renn, Marla | Canada
Hello, my name is Marla and I live inVancouver, British Columbia, Canada, and I am a student completing my teaching certification. In the fall of 2009 I will begin as a substitute teacher within high schools, with an eye of further exploring how I might enter the educational institution in a way that I will be able to collaborate with others for a revolution within. The educational process of...
Polak, Michal | United Kingdom
Brud, Eugene | United States
Houtart, Francois | Belgium
François Houtart (Brussels, 1925) is a Belgian sociologist and Catholic priest. He studied philosophy and theology at the seminary of Mechelen (Belgium) and became a priest in 1949. He earned a masters degree in political and social sciences at the CatholicUniversity of Leuven&nb...
Rankin, Sean | Scotland
Hoodbhoy, Pervez | Pakistan
Pervez Hoodbhoy is professor of physics at Quaid-e-Azam University, Islamabad. He is the editor of Education And The State - Fifty Years of Pakistan, published by Oxford University Press in 1997.
Wilson, Ben | England
I was born in Bristol UK. I grew up in Wales and took a degree in Physics at London University. I have lived all over the UK, mostly in Yorkshire, but have now moved back to Bristol again. I am married with a one year old daughter.
Monti, Stefano | United States
Landau, Saul | United States
Saul Landau, Professor Emeritus at the California State Polytechnic University, Pomona, an internationally-known filmmaker, scholar, author and commentator, and Fellow at the Institute for Policy Studies. His film trilogy on Cuba includes FIDEL, a portrait of Cuba's leader (1968), CUBA AND FIDEL, in which Castro talks of democracy and institutionalizing the revolution (1974) and the UNCOMPROMIS...
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.
Linick-Loughley, Meaghan | United States
Meaghan is an organizer for Students for a Democratic Society (SDS). She is currently in her sophmore year at The New School - Eugene Lang College for Liberal Arts studying anthropology and theatre. She previously attended Pace University where she organized for free speech and for more student power on campus. Meaghan also does work with Rainforest Action Network and Midatlan...
Cowper, Karun | Australia
It is clear that as a race we stand at an important crossroads. A juncture that provides us huge opportunities and challenges for positive change, both in our little lives and also in the larger world.
Petropoulos, Antonis | Greece
Editor, ECOCLUB.com - mutual aid network for ecological & socially just tourism
Butler, Gary | Australia
Kwint, Marius | England
I'm an Anglo-American cultural historian, lecturing mainly to graphic design and illustration students at the University of Portsmouth, UK. I've worked at ancient universities as well as 'modern' ones. I'm an active member of the Universities and Colleges Union, and was also in the Labour Party before resigning because of the invasion of Iraq in 2003. I relish Z-net's c...
Hughes, EG | United States
Long-time leftist activist in deep Southern IIlinois. dIisabled Vietnam vet with wife and two grown daughters.
Garrigues, Chris | United States
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...
Szczepanczyk, Mitchell | United States
Mitchell Szczepanczyk is a software developer, media producer, political activist, aspiring polyglot, degree-holding linguist, and game show aficionado. A son of Polish immigrants and a native of Michigan (USA), he makes his home in Chicago where he has lived since 1996.
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