ZMI Grads's Group Members
Harris, Collin | United States
Roblin, Stephen | United States
I became political at a young age through my exposure to the daunting problems facing Baltimore city while playing basketball at a west side recreation council. In high school I was introduced to left activist/scholars such as Howard Zinn, Noam Chomsky and others, who provided satisfying answers to questions I had about my society’s allowance for such gross inequalities and injustices. ...
Jauhiainen, Antti | Finland
Doe, Jon | United States
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...
Albert, Michael | United States
Michael Albert is a founder and current member of the staff of Z Magazine as well as staff of Z Magazine`s web system: ZCom (www.zmag.org). Albert`s radicalization occurred during the 1960s. His political involvements, starting then and continuing to the present, have ranged from local, regional, and national organizing projects and campaigns to co-founding South End Press, Z Magazine, the Z Me...
Johnston, Jack | United Kingdom
Blevins, Benjamin | United States
Tadjpour, Layla | United States
I am an iranian american and currently live in Arlington VA. I work with several anti-war groups.
Marty, David | Spain
Scales, Kemp | United States
Stramler, Kirstie | United States
Luker, Amanda | United States
Administrator, Site | United States
The Administrators of the Site are Michael Albert and Chris Spannos...
Marty, Daniel | Spain
Adisa, Ekua | United States
French, Eric | Costa Rica
Gottlieb, Michael | United States
Guimond, Andre | Canada
Proud ZMI 2010 grad and member of the Vancouver Media Co-op.
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