Albert's ZSpace Friends
Quintana, Jennifer | United States
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.
Schindler, Jonathan | United States
I am from Saint Louis, MO. My left interests mainly include addressing economic injustice, although I think all spheres need to be addressed in the long run. I am an advocate of Parecon and admirer of the great work that Michael Albert and the rest of the Z staff have put into making this site what it is today.
Sheikh, Uruj | United States
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.
Meneely, Samuel | United States
Pan, Peter | Bulgaria
My name is Peter and I'm from Sofia, Bulgaria. Currently I'm in the middle of my master in Economics. I'm part of the Indymedia Bulgaria editorial collective since its begining in 2004/2005. In August 2005 I was part of the organizing group of the first "No Border" Camp between Bulgaria, Greece and Macedonia which took place in in the village of Kljuch and in Xanthi between 22nd and...
Evans, Mark | England
These things probably tell you something about me - I got my initial education in social justice listening to Bob Marley and the Wailers as a teenager, then in my late 20's reading Chomsky which led me to Z. I identify with the humanist world view. My favouite comedian is John Shuttleworth. I enjoy all kinds of "roots" music including folk, reggae, bl...
Tinker, Matthew | United States
Strauss, Uri | United States
I'm a Canadian/Israeli living in Massachusetts and studying for the Massachusetts bar exam. I have every expectation of failing it, because I'm not taking a bar review course. I'm a member of the National Lawyers Guild, and interested in questions like How can radical lawyers most effectively create social change? Why are the legal profession and legal education so messed up? and What would a l...
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...
Adamovsky, Ezequiel | Argentina
Ezequiel Adamovsky, born in Buenos Aires in 1971, is a historian and anti-capitalist activist. He studied history at the University of Buenos Aires --where he also teaches-- and has a PhD from University College London. As an activist, he has been involved in the students movement and, more recently, in the neighbours Assemblies movement that emerged in the city of Buenos Aires after the rebel...
Shukla, Dave | United States
Cervine, Salvadore | United States
Location: Albany, New York Affiliations:IndyMedia, PublicAccess Citizen Action of NewYork Work: Mass Media Education: Some Interests: Varied ...
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...
Kolahi, Arash | United States
Moase, Daniel | England
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 ...
Xenos, Nicholas | United States
Nicholas is a graduate student at Cal State Fullerton studying political theory.