ZCom Participants: Participatory Socialists Intl
Sandstrom, Anders | Sweden
After working ten years in the business world as a financial manager and business controller I came across some books by Noam Chomsky and later on Michael Albert/Robin Hahnel. I became aware of the horrible effects of our present capitalistic society.I quit my job, changed sides and joined the swedish syndicalist union SAC in 2002 with the intention to work for a different t...
Sanjabi, Rod | United States
Santamaria, Fernando | Spain
I've been a professor of Latin in high school for 18 years. After a conflict with educational authorities about some aspects of Galician educational laws, Galician administration asked for my retirement. I have translated into Galician language websites on "gang-stalking", a phenomenon I think I could identify about three years ago in my country.
Santander, Pedro | Chile
Sargent, Lydia | United States
Lydia Sargent is co-founder and editor of Z Magazine. She is a writer, author, playwright, and actor. She was a founder and original member of the South End Press Collective. She organizes the Z Media Institute every year as well as teaching classes there.
Sarghandoy, Khaibar | Netherlands
Sarquis, Javier | Argentina
sarrade, jonathan | France
Sauda, Aldo | Brazil
Sawers, Greg | United Kingdom
Sayeed, Saad | Canada
Sayko, Paul | United States
Saysel, Ali | Turkey
Ali K. Saysel is a scholar in Bogazici University, Istanbul where he teaches classes on environmental sustainability and system dynamics. He is a long standing member of an avanguard culture and arts ensemble in Istanbul, which among performance art activites, hosts a progressive publishing house and a web portal (www.bgst.org). Ali K. Saysel earned his B.S. on industrial engineering in 1...
Scanlan, Patrick | United States
Scappatura, Vince | Australia
Schaefer, Ken | United States
Schantz, Peter | United States
Schejbal, Tomas | Czech Rep.
Schenck, Justin | United States
Schilling, Benjamin | Germany
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