People for a PSI's Group Members
Garrigues, Chris | United States
Maheshvarananda, Dada | Venezuela
Dada Maheshvarananda, born in the US, is an activist, writer, and monk. Since 1978 he has taught meditation and yoga and supervised social service projects, in Southeast Asia, Europe and South America. He has given hundreds of seminars and workshops around the world about social issues and spiritual values. His new book, "After Capitalism: Economic Democracy in Action", includes his c...
Sargent, Lydia | United States
Lydia Sargent is co-founder and editor of Z Magazine. She is a writer, author, playwright, and actor. She was a founder and original member of the South End Press Collective. She organizes the Z Media Institute every year as well as teaching classes there.
Costa, Antonio | Brazil
Tamburini, Matteo | United States
I am currently a Math Faculty member at Northwest Indian College, a Tribal College located on the Lummi Indian reservation near Bellingham, WA. I was born and raised in Pistoia (Italy), and went to school at the University of Washington in Seattle and Western Washington University in Bellingham. For a few years, I lived and worked in Newark (NJ).
Stuart, Colin | Canada
Ortiz, Antonio | United States
Hayes, Eric | Ireland
Agnostic, Justin | United States
I am of a Socialist, on the more libertarian side of the socialist spectrum.
Abraham, Steve | United States
Nilsson, Anders | Sweden
Addison, "R" | United States
...born in NYc, raised in san-Fran by age-3, became outdoors oriented by age-5; made headway @ R-Flats & nev-Testsite by age-22; graduate of The Colorado College, where I hiked Pikes Peak 16 times (13 differing routes) started grad-Studies @ UC Berkeley-between sophomore & Jr. years @ CC, attending UC Davis, Cal State Hayward, DU (little-D: denver) & four...
Olson, Andrew | United States
For these sixteen years of my life, I’ve slowly come to appreciate the extent of the middle-class bubble; blotting out with shining opacity the hardships of the less-well-to-do, the consequences of my own material affluence, what was being stolen not just from the faceless ‘them’, but from myself; in fact...
Kenny, John | United States
My dad is in the army and so I moved around a lot growing up. I went to most of high school in Leavenworth, KS, where my dad is from. I have a B.S. in civil engineering from the University of Kansas, Lawrence, KS (class of 2009). I lived in Ad Astra, a student housing cooperative apart of the University of Kansas Student Housing Assocation for a year. I t...
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.
sgrgl, sibel | Turkey
Tarnopol, Doug | United States
Connolly, Tim | United States
Gottlieb, Michael | United States
See my home at www.antarchia.org, where I store nuggets of wisdom and fact which should be widely known but aren't.
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