ZMI Grads's Group Members
French, Eric | Costa Rica
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...
Stramler, Kirstie | United States
Paul, Harpreet | England
I am a solicitor (lawyer - qualified to practice in England and Wales). I trained with a corporate law firm primarily to gain experience and raise funds for further study. I am currently doing a masters in International Economic Law, Justice and Development. Next year, I am to work in India, Malawi or Uganda and for a human rights organisation like Amnesty International ...
Kaushik, Raghav | United States
I work in the software industry. I come from India and in my activist career have worked on the Bhopal gas disaster and the Right to Education movement in India.
Harris, Collin | United States
magpie, jessica | United States
ZMI CLASS OF 2011. Double majoring in Political Science and Native American Studies.
Doe, Jon | United States
Tadjpour, Layla | United States
I am an iranian american and currently live in Arlington VA. I work with several anti-war groups.
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.
Pedroso, Daniel | United States
Isaacs, Joel | United States
Living in Berkeley in the 70s I was part of a Situationist inspired radical group who wanted to put subjectivity and community back into the revolution. Skip forward. I read Zmag for 20 years. Six years ago I was reading Chomsky's Understanding Power. One morning I woke up frightened. I thought: "All those wild ideas I have about what's really going on in the world - they're all true!"...
Blevins, Benjamin | United States
Atkinson, Lonnie | United States
2005 ZMI student. I currently live in South Bend, Indiana. Concerned with the lack of political courage and radical vision in today's music, I turned to songwriting as a form of activism. Free to the public, this work is intended not only as a vehicle for protest, but also as an organizing tool.
Adisa, Ekua | United States
Gottlieb, Michael | United States
Mayka, Revolution | United States
i wanna follow up on liberating theory (as needed) with a more concrete strategy kinda book thing...yeah obviously still needs more thought. i believe the best way to create true justice is that we in different movements (monist spheres;-)) need to quit bein snobs or kitty cats, hook up, and complement some holism motha fuggaz! - embracing & loving all people and their concerns;-) i'd like ...
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...
Luker, Amanda | United States
Marty, Daniel | Spain
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