Denton's ZSpace Friends
Thompson, Zach | United States
Spannos, Chris | United States
Chris Spannos has had over a decade of experience in self-managed media collectives and also as an activist, organizer, and anti-capitalist. From 1998-2006 he participated in the Redeye collective, heard on Vancouver Co-op radio. In September 2006 he joined Z as full-time staff focusing on ZNet and ZCom web operations. Other media work includes helping out with Z Video productions, being ...
Hayden, Bree | United States
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...
Neill, John | United States
Podur, Justin | Canada
Justin Podur is a writer and editor for ZNet (www.zmag.org), part of Z Communications, an alternative media organization dedicated to political analysis and support for movements for social change. He has reported from the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Pakistan, India, Haiti, Venezuela, Colombia, Argentina, Brazil, Israel/Palestine, and Mexico. He also writes on North America. He has writte...
Cueva Alegría, Dayna | United States
Hill, Marcus | United States
I'm somewhere around 25yrs old--born and raised on the central coast of California. Finished a Masters degree in an unconvincing Public Health program in 2008, and am currently working on starting a non-profit focusing specifically on participatory community projects. My political history is more a reflection of life experience, so it's difficult to summarize. I attended Z Media Institute...
Rimoldi, Marco | Italy
Administrator, Site | United States
The Administrators of the Site are Michael Albert and Chris Spannos...
Gambetti, Zeynep | Turkey
“Did somebody say liberal totalitarianism? Yes, and despite the 5½ (mis)uses of the notion” (co-authored with Refik Güremen), Rethinking Marxism, Vol. 17 (5), 2005, p. 638-645.
Shapiro, Tali | Israel/Palestine
Activist reporting from the privaleged side of the apartheid.
Pardo, Susan | United States
Slepton, So -- | United States
Introducing SleptOn.com What's the Meaning of SleptOn? In common street slang, the term "slept on" implies much more than a restful slumber at night. When something has been slept on, then its significance has been disavowed and disregarded. Today, the relevance of certain issues, people, organizations, movements and events (presently and historically) lack the proper awareness...
Villegas, Eban | United States
Evan Villegas Born 7 October 1984, he is anarchist, working class university student, full-time wage slave in revolt, and community activist. He is involved in various radical projects in San Antonio, including a group of disorganized Wobblies which are trying to come together to do something in the community. He is a jr. in college with ...
working class, Cheline | Spain
An nonconformist young single mum , worker, alive & kicking. Trying to make my kids understand that other world is possible.
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...
Oyler, Amy | United States
Hunt, Steve | United States
Born in Tulsa and raised in Oklahoma City, I was a far far Right leaning guy for many years. The movie version of my life will show me working in downtown OKC during the Murrah bombing, and immediatley awakening to the realities of the world. It is however all much more complicated than that, and the lessons I have learned along the way have been beyond amazing.
John Gibler is a Global Exchange Media Fellow and author of Mexico Unconquered: Chronicles of Power and Revolt, forthcoming from City Lights. Gibler has been living and writing from Mexico since 2006. He has reported for Left Turn, In These Times, Znet, Z Magazine, New Politics, Common Dreams, Yes! Magazine, Colorlines and Democracy Now!.