ZCom Participants: Participatory Socialists Intl
M, Rob | United States
Since 2000, I have been involved in left activist movements of various types. In 2001, I attended ZMI and had a wonderful experience. The majority of my focus has been on human rights work and opposition to U.S. imperialism in its various guises. I agree with the view put forth in the book Liberating Theory, that oppressions in various arenas, be they the economic system, the state, patriarchy,...
Macdonald, Jose Brendan | Brazil
Macholz, Zachary | United States
Maclean, Ian | Japan
MacRaild, Peter | Canada
madrigal, elias | United States
Magner, Des | Spain
Maguire, Jo | Bolivia
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...
mailco, chuck | United States
Majavu, Mandisi | South Africa
Mandisi Majavu is the Book Reviews Editor of Interface: a journal for and about social movements http://www.interfacejournal.net/ Majavu has written widely on topics relating to human rights, justice, gender, race and basically African politics. His work has appeared in international publications such as Inter Press Services news Agency and Panos News Agency. Also, he has been published...
Major, Nick | England
Majorca, Majesta | United States
Malavé, David | Venezuela
MALCOLM, JOHN | United States
Maldonado, Felisa | Spain
Malinovic, Tibor | Slovenia
Mandel, David | United States
Mandic, Danilo | Serbia
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