ZCom Participants: Participatory Socialists Intl
Shupak, Gary | Canada
Siadat, jalal | Sweden
Siar, David | United States
Sidell, Amanda joy | United States
Siemering, Paul | United States
once married,2 daughters, 2 grndsons. in Japan 1947 with u.s. army. went to Paris to stdy French 1950-52. taught junior high art about 12 yeras. Last 30 years teachng ESL and literacy- first to Southeat Asian refugees, then in public high school, still doing this a s a volunteer.
Sifuentes, Froylan | United States
Naci en el sur de Texas, pero creci en Mexico; primero, en la frontera con Estados Unidos, despues en el estado de Hidalgo. Mi familia vive alla en Mexico y yo estudio universidad aca. Estudio Ingenieria Quimica, pero seguire por caminos mas sociales/ambientales al menos por el proximo lustro. Me interesa aprender de diferentes culturas y lenguas, aprender del pasado, la ciencia, las diferentes...
Siles, Hugo | Bolivia
Sindbjerg, Mads | Denmark
Sipprell, William | Canada
Sitrin, Marina | United States
Marina Sitrin - I am a writer, student, teacher, lawyer, dreamer and militant. I am now based in New York City, but have lived in various parts of the Americas. I edited Horizontalism: Voices of Popular Power in Argentina (Horizontalidad: Voces de Poder Popular en Argentina) and have written the forthcoming Everyday Revolutions: Horizontalism and Autonomy in Argentina (Zed Press 2012...
SjÃ¶qvist, Leif | Sweden
Skerrett, Kevin | Canada
Skerrett, Mary | Canada
Skripac, David | Canada
Slaughter, Raymond | United States
Slavkovich, Milan | Serbia
Small, Brian | Japan
I'd like to win social change, realized that from reading Noam Chomsky books, finding Znet and plowing through Michael Albert's appeals for the last ten years or so. I had never really thougt about corporations until an exchange with Michael Albert in the Zforums long ago. I come from a family of plumbers (and teachers and bricklayers and nurses ..) in Pennsylvania, live in Japan (...
Smecker, Frank | United States
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