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Ellen Hodgson Brown
Ellen Brown is an attorney in Los Angeles and the author of 11 books.� In Web of Debt: The Shocking Truth About Our Money System and How We Can Break Free, she shows how a private banking cartel has usurped the power to create money from the people themselves, and how we the people can get it back. Her website is www.webofdebt.com.
Emily Spence
Emily Spence is an author living in Massachusetts. She has spent many years involved in human rights, environmental and social services efforts.
Barry Piatt

U.S. Senator Byron Dorgan (D-ND)/Democratic Policy Committee

PHONE: 202-224-0577

Maidhc O Cathail
Maidhc Ó Cathail is a freelance writer living in Japan.
Country: Japan
Robert Palmer
Robert Palmer is a Canadian
Country: Canada
Marlena Doucette
Marlena is a US based freelance writer.
Country: USA
Josie Tamez
Josie Tamez is a Native writer and columnist.
Carl Conetta
Since January 1991, Carl Conetta has been co-director of the Project on Defense Alternatives (PDA). Prior to joining PDA, Mr. Conetta was a Research Fellow of the Institute for Defense and Disarmament Studies (IDDS) and also served for three years as editor of the IDDS journal Defense and Disarmament Alternatives, and the Arms Control Reporter.

As co-director of PDA, Mr. Conetta has authored and co-authored numerous reports on security issues and has published in Defense News, the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, NOD and Conversion Journal, the Boston Review, the Washington Post, the Boston Globe, the American Sentinel, Security Dialogue, and Hawk, the journal of the Royal Air Force Staff College of the United Kingdom. Mr. Conetta has also made presentations at the Pentagon, US State Department, US House Armed Services Committee, Army War College, National Defense University, UNIDIR, and other governmental and nongovernmental institutions in the United States and abroad. He is a frequent expert commentator on radio and TV. He edits the Chinese Military Power and Revolution in Military Affairs Webpages.

Prior to 1986, Mr. Conetta was an editor for four years at South End Press and taught for two years at the University of Connecticut.
Country: USA
Dana Gabriel
Dana Gabriel is an activist and independent researcher. He writes about trade, globalization, sovereignty, as well as other issues.
Country: Canada
Yvonne Ridley
Yvonne Ridley is a patron of Cageprisoners which first brought the plight of Dr Aafia Siddiqui to the world’s attention shortly after her kidnap in March 2003. The award-winning, investigative journalist also co-produced the documentary In Search of Prisoner 650 with film-maker Hassan al Banna Ghani which concluded that the Grey Lady of Bagram was Dr Aafia Siddiqui.
Country: UK
Andrew Glikson
Dr Andrew Glikson is an Earth and Paleo-climate Scientist, Visiting Fellow at the Australian National University, Research School of Earth Science, the School of Archaeology and Anthropology, and the Planetary Science Institute, and a member of the ANU Climate Change Institute.

He graduated from The University of Western Australia, was a Principal Research Scientist with the Australian Geological Survey organization (now Geoscience Australia), conducted extensive geological surveys in central and western Australia, studied the evolution of the early Earth crust, the effects of asteroid and comet impacts on the Earth with reference to mass extinction of species, and the inter-relationships between human evolution and the atmosphere. He has an impact crater and an asteroid named after him by Eugene Shoemaker, late head of the United States Astrogeology Branch of the US Geological Survey.
Country: Australia
Chellis Glendinning
Chellis Glendinning (www.chellisglendinning.org) is a lifetime pen-and-ink correspondent. She is the author of five books, including My Name Is Chellis and I’m in Recovery from Western Civilization, which she wrote with a pencil. She moves this year from New Mexico to a new casilla de correo in Bolivia.
Country: Bolivia
Hannah Gurman
Hannah Gurman received her PhD from Columbia University in May 2008 and currently teaches American Literature at Barnard College. She is working on a book about the connection between official writing and US foreign policy since the end of the Second World War.

She concentrated in 20th-century American literature and U.S. diplomatic history and her dissertation, "The Dissent Papers: The Voice of Diplomats in the Cold War and Beyond," was awarded distinction and won Columbia's prestigious Bancroft Prize.

In the dissertation, she examines the efforts of U.S. State Department officers to affect American foreign policy through the written word. Gurman was an instructor last year at Barnard College and a consultant in the Columbia University Writing Center. She also taught the courses "University Writing" and "Critical Reading" at Columbia from 2004 to 2007. In addition to holding the Marjorie Hope Nicolson Fellowship at Columbia from 2003 to 2008, she received the Alice Green Fredman award in 2007 and was a William Golden Fellow from 2006 to 2007. Gurman has published in Logos and The Minnesota Review and has essays forthcoming in Diplomatic History and the Journal of Contemporary History. She brings her training in literature and history, as well as writing and intensive research, to Gallatin's First-Year Program. She will teach a first-year seminar on war and peace, as well as writing courses that cross the disciplines of literature, history and political theory, including "Utopic/Dystopic America," and "The Politics of Change."
Country: USA
Maryam Sakeenah
Maryam Sakeenah is a student of International Relations based in Pakistan. She is also a high school teacher and freelance writer. Her first book titled 'Us versus Them and Beyond', refuting the Clash of Civilizations theory, is available at http://www.ibtbooks.com/product.php?cat=P&pid=9789839541717. She can be reached at: meem.seen@gmail.com. Read other articles by Maryam, or visit Maryam's blog www.maryamsakeenah.blogspot.com
Country: Pakistan
Debbie Menon
Debbie Menon is an independent writer based in Dubai. An advocate for Justice and Peace for Palestinians in the Occupied Territories. Her main focus are the US-Middle East Conflicts while writing cutting edge commentary for today's growing number of Internet news viewers seeking unfiltered information about real events. She is committed to exposing Israel Lobbies control of U.S. Middle East Policy. Control which amounts to treason by the Zionist lobbies in America and its stooges in Congress, and that guarantees there can never be a peaceful resolution of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, only catastrophe for all, in the region and the world.

Her mission is to inform and educate the public on issues of the US/Middle East conflicts that are unreported, underreported, or distorted in the American media.

Her writing also reflects the incredible resilience, almost superhuman steadfastness of the occupied and oppressed Palestinians, who are now facing the prospect of a final round of ethnic cleansing.

She fully supports the global BDS (Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions)  Campaign against Israel.

Her Website is, mycatbirdseat.com. She also plays a key role as a Producer for Intifada-Palestine.com and several other groups.

She can be reached at: debbiemenon@gmail.com

Country: Dubai
Jan Lundberg
Jan Lundberg is a former oil-industry analyst who became a nonprofit environmental activist and musician. His first career was the family business, Lundberg Survey, noted for gasoline price surveys and trends. After his father’s death, his bereaved mother's confusion prompted Jan to move to DC where he founded Culture Change. He is writing a book on petroleum dependence and the effect on healthcare.
City: Arcata, California
Country: USA
Lieven De Cauter
Lieven De Cauter (Koolskamp, 1959) is a Belgian philosopher and writer who lives and works in Brussels.

Lieven De Cauter studied art history and philosophy at the Catholic University of Leuven.He graduated in 1996 with a dissertation on Walter Benjamin entitled The Pygmy in the chess machine. Benjamin's secret teachings.

Today he teaches philosophy at the dance school PARTS and RITS film school, both in Brussels and at the Willem De Kooning Academy in Rotterdam. Additionally, he publishes regularly in journals De Witte Raaf, Archis, Oasis.

Lieven De Cauter is an alter-and one of the founders of the Brussels Tribunal that the ultimate objective moral judgments about the United States in the light of the Iraq War and the Project for the New American Century.

He has published include the following titles:

    
* The Art of Everlasting Life (1991/1993)
    
* Archeology of the Kick. Stories of Experience and Modernity (1995)
    
* The Dwarf in the Chess Automatic - Benjamin's hidden Leer (1999)
    
* The poems The Dawn Man (2000)
    
* The capsular civilization - about the city in the era of fear (2004)

He is coauthor of It's Architecture! (2001) and The Small Lexicon of the Flemish (Architecture) Landscape (2003).
City: Brussels
Country: Belgium
V Headline
VHeadline.com Venezuela is a wholly independent e-publication promoting democracy in its fullest expression and the inalienable right of all Venezuelans to self-determination and the pursuit of sovereign independence without interference. Our stance is decidedly pro-governance(defined as being contrary to anarchy) and pro-government to the extent that we support all and any government policies aimed at consolidating and improving the living conditions and future prosperity of ALL Venezuelans, regardless of race, color or creed. We also seek to shed an international spotlight on nefarious practices and corruption which, for decades, has strangled this South American nation's development and progress. In every respect VHeadline Venezuela's declared editorial bias is most definitely pro-Constitutional, pro-Democracy and pro-VENEZUELA
Country: Venezuela
Larry Pinkney
BlackCommentator.comem Editorial Board Member, Larry Pinkney, is a veteran of the Black Panther Party, the former Minister of Interior of the Republic of New Africa, a former political prisoner and the only American to have successfully self-authored his civil/political rights case to the United Nations under the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights. In connection with his political organizing activities in opposition to voter suppression, etc., Pinkney was interviewed in 1988 on the nationally televised PBS NewsHour, formerly known as The MacNeil/LehrerNewsHour. For more about Larry Pinkney see the book, Saying No to Power: Autobiography of a 20th Century Activist and Thinker, by William Mandel [Introduction by Howard Zinn]. (Click here to read excerpts from the book). Click here to contact Mr. Pinkney.
Country: USA
John Pilger
John Pilger is a world-renowned journalist, author and documentary filmmaker, who began his career in 1958 in his homeland, Australia, before moving to London in the 1960s.

He regards eye-witness as the essence of good journalism. He has been a foreign correspondent and a front-line war reporter, beginning with the Vietnam war in 1967. He is an impassioned critic of foreign military and economic adventures by Western governments.

"It is too easy," he says, "for Western journalists to see humanity in terms of its usefulness to 'our' interests and to follow government agendas that ordain good and bad tyrants, worthy and unworthy victims and present 'our' policies as always benign when the opposite is usually true. It's the journalist's job, first of all, to look in the mirror of his own society."

He believes a journalist also ought to be a guardian of the public memory and often quotes Milan Kundera: "The struggle of people against power is the struggle of memory against forgetting."

Noam Chomsky wrote: "John Pilger's work has been a beacon of light in often dark times. The realities he has brought to light have been a revelation, over and over again, and his courage and insight a constant inspiration."

Harold Pinter wrote: "John Pilger unearths, with steely attention, the facts, the filthy truth, and tells it as it is."

In 2009, John Pilger was awarded the Sydney Peace Prize, Australia's international human rights award.
 
Country: UK
Barbara Ann Jackson

Barbara Ann Coleman Jackson (formerly Fenelon) is the founder of Law & Grace Law & Grace, a social ministry corporation. Targeted at social subjects, Law & Grace had begun publishing and distributing bi-monthly newsletters. She was displaced due to Hurrican Katrina – see her piece here: “Casualties. . .Coming To A City Near You. . .” She is also the author of: A Marriage Made in Heaven ©1997, Providence House Publishers.

Country: USA
Tim Cerantola
Tim Cerantola's humour and political satire has been published in over 25 magazines and newspapers. When he is not pretending to be a writer, he works at a real job working with autistic and special needs children.
City: Dundas
Country: Canada
Tim King

Tim King is a former U.S. Marine with twenty years of experience on the west coast as a television news producer, photojournalist, reporter and assignment editor. In addition to his role as a war correspondent, this Los Angeles native serves as Salem-News.com's Executive News Editor. Tim spent the winter of 2006/07 covering the war in Afghanistan, and he was in Iraq over the summer of 2008, reporting from the war while embedded with both the U.S. Army and the Marines.

Tim holds numerous awards for reporting, photography, writing and editing, including the Oregon AP Award for Spot News Photographer of the Year (2004), first place Electronic Media Award in Spot News, Las Vegas, (1998), Oregon AP Cooperation Award (1991); and several others including the 2005 Red Cross Good Neighborhood Award for reporting. Serving the community in very real terms, Salem-News.com is the nation's only truly independent high traffic news Website. You can send Tim an email at this address: newsroom@salem-news.com
City: Las Angeles
Country: USA
Salman Abu Sitta

Salman H. Abu Sitta (b. 1938) is a Palestinian researcher and writes about Palestinian refugees and Palestinian right to return to Palestine.

Abu-Sitta was born in Bir al-Saba' ("Beersheba"), British Mandate of Palestine, in what is now the Southern District of Israel. After making a 40 kilometer journey to his home on foot from his boarding school, Abu-Sitta escaped a few days later with his family to Gaza and joined the first wave of Palestinian refugees. Abu-Sitta moved to the prestigious al-Saidiya secondary school in Cairo where he graduated with "excellence", ranking first in Egypt. After graduating from Cairo University's Faculty of Engineering in 1958, Abu-Sitta went to the United Kingdom to continue his post-graduate studies, receiving his PhD in Civil Engineering from the University of London.

    * Former member of Palestine National Council (20 years).
    * Researcher on refugee affairs and author of over 200 papers on the subject.
    * Director of international development and construction projects.
    * Founder and President of the Palestine Land Society (PLS).[3]
    * General coordinator of al-Awda the Palestinian Right of Return Coalition

Abu-Sitta, has spent 40 years digging for any detail of information about, or related to, Palestine before, during and after the creation of Israel. Abu-Sitta’s self-imposed mission has encompassed not only documenting al-Nakba, but also ensuring that "the memories and identity of the occupied homeland are never lost". The documentation process began when he was 30 years-old, when he stumbled on the memoirs of the Turkish chief of Beersheba, when Palestine was under Ottoman rule. The document dated back to the early years of the last century.

    "It sort of started from there, and it has never stopped," Abu-Sitta says. "I kept collecting all and any material on every inch of my homeland."

Published works

    * The Return Journey (2007) Palestine Land Society ISBN 0954903412
    * Atlas of Palestine, 1948 Palestine Land Society (January 2004) ISBN 0954903404
    * The Palestinian Nakba 1948: The register of depopulated localities in Palestine (Occasional Return Centre studies) (1998 reprinted 2000) Palestinian Return Centre ISBN 1901924106

 
City: Beersheba
Country: Palestine
Alexia Eastwood
Alexia Eastwood is a communications officer at Share The World's Resources. She can be contacted at alexia(at)stwr.org.
City: London
Country: UK
Harvey Arden
Harvey Arden was a National Geograpic staff writer for over 23 years. He has continued to pursue his desire to collaborate with extraordinary people to share their stories, life lessons, and messages as an author and editor. Click here to learn more about Harvey Arden

Over the past few years I have given readings/lectures on the Dreamkeepers and the Wisdomkeepers at Harvard, Columbia, CalTech, USC, the University of South Dakota (Vermillion), Briarcliffe College (Sioux City, IA), etc etc etc I've given readings from Leonard Peltier’s PRISON WRITINGS: MY LIFE IS MY SUN DANCE and Mathew King’s book NOBLE RED MAN to audiences in schools, churches, museums, private homes, coffee shops, public auditoriums and theaters in New York, Toronto, Los Angeles, Atlanta, Boston, New Orleans, Washington DC, Cape Cod, Western Massachusetts, New Hampshire etc.and scores of smaller towns. I've also given scores of readings at Borders and Barnes & Noble (and many, many other) bookstores across the country; I've been interviewed on NPR (national "Public Interest" show, twice), also on many many other radio stations. I was for 23 years a staff writer at National Geographic Magazine. A play of mine on Leonard Peltier, already performed at USD, is in the early stages of a professional production.

My books have been translated into French, Spanish, German, Italian, Dutch, Swedish, and Japanese...with Greek and Swedish in the works. Anyway, I'm willing to put my old body on the line anytime it's needed for the Cause, but I can often be of more of use here at my basement-study PC, since I plug into lots of places in the Indian and international indigenous worlds, though I'm a white guy myself. Lot's of people know me and, hopefully, trust me. You can check me out ad nauseum with a Google search on my name. (someone told me a few weeks or so ago she found 22,000 entries on me with a few simple searches) I still spend lots of time working for and with Leonard Peltier. I ‘ve visited Leonard half a dozen times at Leavenworth. Also I have a few novels, plays, screenplays and other nonfiction books that I'm trying to give birth to lest they be, alas, stillborn.

Like Mat King used to say, "You're not too bad for a white guy, Harvey. You're lucky. Tunkashila has a job for you to do and you're going to do it!"

Regarding why I, a white guy, am so involved in the indigenous world, I subscribe to the philosophy expressed in this statement by Australian Aboriginal Elder Lilla Watson:

"If you've come here to help me, you're wasting your time. But if you've come because your liberation is bound up with mine, then let us work together."


Country: USA
Ljubica Vujadinovic
Ljubica Vujadinovic is a freelance journalist based in Serbia and writes for Global Research, All Voices and Atlantic Free Press
City: Novi Sad
Country: Serbia
Richard Keane, Jr.
Richard Keane, Jr.  is a humble and dedicated U.S. postal worker who was pushed into early retirement by the recent economic meltdown, who recently found himself chosen to be the narrator of the movie "Stock Shock" after filmmakers decided his story epitomized the impact of market manipulation on the average American investor.

"I'm so thankful to have been selected to be a voice in the movie," says Richard, "people will be shocked when they learn what took place the last few years."

The office of the President of the United States is interested in learning more about his part in the new movie "Stock Shock" which reveals the inside story behind the recent economic recession.

Director, Sandra Mohr says she made the movie to empower small investors and give them a voice. Stock Shock is available on DVD at Amazon.com and www.stockshockmovie.com.

Country: USA
Kamran Mofid
Dr Kamran Mofid, who holds dual British and Canadian nationality, was born in Tehran, Iran in 1952, received his BA and MA in economics from the University of Windsor, Ontario, Canada, in 1980 and 1982 respectively. In 1986 he was awarded his doctorate in economics from the University of Birmingham, UK. In 2001 he received a Certificate in Education in Pastoral Studies at Plater College, Oxford. From 1980 onwards he has been teaching and supervising undergraduate and graduate students in development economics, business studies, international business and the political economy of the Middle East. He has also acted as external examiner for undergraduate and PhD research thesis at different universities. In recent years Dr. Mofid has developed short courses, seminars and workshops on economics and theology, the economics of the common good, religions & globalisation, altruism &service: Islam and Christianity in dialogue, business ethics& corporate social responsibility, spiritual economics and non-violent conflict resolution and an inter-faith perspective on globalisation.

He has been a frequent speaker at major international conferences in Europe, United States, Canada, Japan, Australia, Russia, Kenya and the Middle East. Dr. Mofid’s work is highly interdisciplinary, drawing on Economics, Politics, International Relations, Theology, Culture, Ecology, Ethics and Spirituality. Dr. Mofid’s writings have appeared in leading scholarly journals, popular magazines and newspapers. His books include Development Planning in Iran: From Monarchy to Islamic Republic (1987), The Economic Consequences of the Gulf war (1990), Globalisation for the Common Good (2002) which has been translated into Japanese and was published in May 2003 by Don Bosco-sha, Tokyo, and Business Ethics, Corporate Social Responsibility and Globalisation for the Common Good (March, 2003).

Dr. Mofid has been invited to speak on his research and publications at major international universities, amongst them: Oxford; School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS); Manchester; Glasgow; Sussex (First and Second US/European School on Global Security and Arms Control); Durham; Exeter; Columbia (New York); University of California at Berkeley; Michigan (Ann Arbor); George Mason (Fairfax, Virginia); Sophia (Tokyo); Hosei (Tokyo and London); Kyoto Sangyo; Reitaku (Japan); The Australian National University and the University of Queensland (Brisbane). Dr. Mofid has also been invited to present papers at well-known international think tanks, amongst them: Canadian Institute for International Peace and Security (Ottawa); Institute of Developing Economies (Tokyo); International Energy Forum (Tokyo); The Japanese Institute of Middle Eastern Economies (Tokyo); Japan Cooperation Centre for the Middle East; Idemitsu Kosan (Tokyo); Institute for International Economic Studies (Tokyo); Africa Research and Resource Forum, Nairobi; American Business Council of Dubai and World Trade Club of Dubai.

In 1994, at the personal invitation of the late George Bull OBE, the former Director of the Anglo-Japanese Economic Institute, Dr. Mofid joined the Advisory Committee of the International Minds Forum and its journal International Minds. In collaboration with George Bull and in association with International Minds Forum, the Anglo-Japanese Economic Institute and Coventry Cathedral, Dr. Mofid organised and convened many international conferences in Coventry, including: Japan and the U.K. Economy, Forgiveness and Reconciliation; NAFTA and the EU; Japan and the Global Economy; and Iran and the Emerging Global Order.

They also together instigated and co-founded a Centre for the Study of Forgiveness and Reconciliation at Coventry and as part of its work, in association with the Ambassadors’ Lecture Series, which they had founded already, major international speakers such as the former presidents Mrs. Mary Robinson, F.W. de Klerk and Ambassadors of Japan, Germany, Italy, Egypt, Mexico and Canada were invited to deliver lectures in Coventry on the need for dialogue and mutual respect among different cultures and civilisations. At the suggestions of George, and the support of Canon Oestreicher and Provost John Petty of Coventry Cathedral, Dr. Mofid received an invitation from Sir Richard Branson to accompany the Coventry delegation (City and Cathedral) to Hiroshima for the unveiling ceremony of the Statue of Reconciliation at Hiroshima Peace Museum.

In 2002 he founded an annual international conference on An Inter-faith Perspective on Globalisation for the Common Good. The Inaugural Conference took place in Oxford and in 2003 it was held in St. Petersburg, Russia. The 2004 conference was held in Dubai. The 2005 conference was held in Nairobi and Kericho, Kenya. The 2006 Conference will be held at Chaminade University of Honolulu, Hawaii, and the 2007 Conference will be held at Fatih University, Istanbul, Turkey. Future conferences are currently under consideration.

Dr. Mofid has been a frequent speaker on the BBC World Service, BBC Coventry and BBC Radio Oxford and on occasions he has been interviewed for Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC) and The Voice of America.

Dr. Mofid is currently carrying out research on the relationship between economics, spirituality, ethics, cultures, faiths and globalisation. These are highlighted in his co-authored recently published book, Promoting the Common Good: Bringing Economics and Theology Together: A Theologian and an Economist in Dialogue, Rev. Marcus Braybrooke and Kamran Mofid, Foreword by Richard Harries, the Bishop of Oxford and , Epilogue by Bhai Sahib Bhai Mohinder Singh, ( Shepheard-Walwyn, London, June 2005).

Dr. Mofid is seeking to establish The Centre for the Study of Globalisation for the Common Good in Oxford.

Kamran lives in Coventry with his wife Annie and their two sons, Kevin and Paul.

Website: http://www.commongood.info Email: k.mofid@btopenworld.com

City: Conventry
Country: UK
Nicholas C. Arguimbau
Nicholas C. Arguimbau, is an appellate and environmental lawyer licensed in California and residing in Western Massachusetts.  Arguimbau is a lawyer with a BA in physics from Harvard, who spent 35 years defending California air and water, the Constitution, and denizens of California's Death Row. He now presides over 49 acres, two dogs and a cat in western Massachusetts, and serves on the select board of one of the purest democracies in the United States. He can be contacted at narguimbau@earthlink.net.
City: Warwick Mass
Country: USA
Steve Salmony
Steve Salmony is a self-proclaimed global citizen, a practicing psychologist and father of three grown children. Married 38 years ago. In 2001 Steve founded the AWAREness Campaign on The Human Population to raise consciousness of the colossal threat that the unbridled, near exponential growth of absolute global human population numbers poses for all great and small living things on Earth in our time. His quixotic campaign focuses upon the best available science of human population dynamics in order to save the planet as a place fit for habitation by children everywhere.
City: Chapel Hill (NC)
Country: USA
Norman G. Finkelstein
Norman G. Finkelstein received his doctorate in 1988 from the Department of Politics at Princeton University. For many years he taught political theory and the Israel-Palestine conflict. He is currently an independent scholar. Finkelstein is the author of five books which have been translated into more than 40 foreign editions: Beyond Chutzpah: On the misuse of anti-Semitism and the abuse of history (University of California Press, 2005; expanded paperback edition, 2008) The Holocaust Industry: Reflections on the exploitation of Jewish suffering (Verso, 2000; expanded paperback edition, 2003)Image and Reality of the Israel-Palestine Conflict (Verso, 1995; expanded paperback edition, 2003) A Nation on Trial: The Goldhagen thesis and historical truth (with Ruth Bettina Birn) (Henry Holt, 1998) The Rise and Fall of Palestine: A personal account of the intifada years (University of Minnesota, 1996) He has just completed a new book entitled A Farewell to Israel: The coming break-up of American Zionism, to be published in 2009.
Country: USA
Anna White
Anna White is the editorial assistant at Share The World's Resources. She can be contacted at anna(at)stwr.org
Country: USA
Garda Ghista
Garda Ghista is President of the World Prout Assembly and author of the book The Gujarat Genocide: A Case Study in Fundamentalist Cleansing., Wife Abuse, Breaking it Down and Breaking Out and more recently Founder of Hearts Healing Hunger, an organization devoted above all to feeding the people.  The work of feeding the people has already begun in Siliguri, North Bengal. If you can help, please write to her at wpaeditor@gmail.com.  
Country: USA
Mark Drolette
Mark Drolette, breezy writer by night and evil bureaucrat by day, lives in Sacramento, California. He can be reached at mdrolette@comcast.net.
Country: USA
Elijah Craig
Elijah Craig writes for The American Party of Labor -  a revolutionary working class organization - whose aim is to abolish the capitalist system and all its horrors by replacing it with socialism, a system based on the principle laid out by Marx, “from each according to his ability, to each according to his work.” This is the first phase toward the higher phase of communism, defined by the principle “from each according to his ability, to each according to his needs.”
 

Country: USA
Qeys Hagi
Qeys Hagi is a Somalian activist and writer based in Canada.
Country: Canada
Denis G. Rancourt
 Denis Rancourt was a professor of physics at the University of Ottawa. Rancourt is a recognized scientist but is more widely known for his confrontations with his former employer, the University of Ottawa, over issues involving his dissidence and his approach to pedagogy. His conflicts with the university started in 2005 when, in what was termed "academic squatting," he changed a course to focus "not just [on] how science impacts everyday life, but how it relates to greater power structures". In June 2008 a labor law arbitrator sided with Rancourt and ruled that "teaching science through social activism is protected by academic freedom."Rancourt was removed from all teaching duties in the fall of 2008 because the dean of the faculty of science did not agree with his high grades to 23 students in one course of the winter 2008 semester. In December, the Allan Rock administration of the University of Ottawa began dismissal proceedings against him and he was banned from campus. This generated a province-wide (Ontario) and national (Canada) public debate on grading in university courses. The university's Executive Committee of the Board of Governors voted unanimously to fire Rancourt on March 31, 2009. Rancourt has expressed the opinion that the grading issue was a pretext for his dismissal. National (Canada) media reports have echoed that Rancourt's dismissal was political. Rancourt has grieved the dismissal and the Canadian Association of University Teachers is running an Independent Committee of Inquiry into the matter.
 
Country: Canada
Linda Greene
Linda Greene is an activist and writer in Bloomington, IN. She can be reached at lgreene@bloomington.in.us
City: Bloomington
Country: USA
Julian Paul Assange
Julian Paul Assange (born 1971) is an Australian journalist, programmer and Internet activist, best known for his involvement with Wikileaks, a whistleblower website. Wikileaks was founded in 2006. Assange now sits on its nine-member advisory board, and is a prominent media spokesman on its behalf. He has also been described as the site's director and founder   (although he does not use the latter term for himself), and has stated that he has the final decision in the process of vetting documents submitted to the site. Like all others working for the site, Assange is an unpaid volunteer.

Assange was the winner of the 2009 Amnesty International Media Award (New Media),[25] awarded for exposing extrajudicial assassinations in Kenya with the investigation The Cry of Blood - Extra Judicial Killings and Disappearances.

In accepting the Amnesty International Media Award 2009, Mr. Assange stated:

    It is a reflection of the courage and strength of Kenyan civil society that this injustice was documented. Through the tremendous work of organizations such as the Oscar foundation, the KNHCR, Mars Group Kenya and others we had the primary support we needed to expose these murders to the world. I know that they will not rest, and we will not rest, until justice is done.
    —“WikiLeaks wins Amnesty International 2009 Media Award for exposing Extra judicial killings in Kenya”.

He has also won the 2008 Economist Index on Censorship Award; and various other media awards.

Assange says that Wikileaks has released more classified documents than the rest of the world press combined:

    That's not something I say as a way of saying how successful we are - rather, that shows you the parlous state of the rest of the media. How is it that a team of five people has managed to release to the public more suppressed information, at that level, than the rest of the world press combined? It's disgraceful.

Country: Cyberspace
Nima Shirazi
Nima Shirazi is a writer and musician. He is a contributing columnist for Foreign Policy Journal and Palestine Think Tank. His analysis of United States policy and Middle East issues, particularly with reference to current events in Palestine and Iran, can be found in numerous other online and print publications, such as Palestine Chronicle, Monthly Review, ColdType, Information Clearing House, OpEdNews, VoltaireNet, World Can’t Wait, CASMII, Ramallah Online, Kenya Imagine, InfoWars, and Woodstock International. 
 
He currently lives in Brooklyn, NY, with his wife and books.

Visit his website at: www.wideasleepinamerica. com.
Contact him at wideasleepinamerica@gmail. com.
Country: USA
Dr. Tom Termotto
Dr. Tom Termotto, National Coordinator of International Citizens´ Initiative - Gulf Oil Spill Remediation, has proposed quite significant solution to the worst ongoing environmental disaster of our times in the US, and may be, even the worst man-made calamity on the face of the earth. I am urging everyone to read diligently Dr.Tom Termotto ´s open letter to President Obama as his insights and wisdom can truly make a big difference in this nation and worldwide.
Country: USA
Len Aldis
Len Aldis is the Secretary of the Britain-Vietnam Friendship Society
Country: United Kingdom
John Kozy
John Kozy is a dedicated, experienced scholar and a schooled and published writer in numerous genres including scholarly articles, text books, book reviews, technical documentation, newspaper editorials, speeches, and hundreds of on-line articles on political, economic, and social issues.

Has thirty-five plus years experience in instructional design and course development. As a member of the academic community, revised the university’s general education program, established an honors program and served as its director for ten years. Created an external degree program for the Division of Continuing Education. Chaired an academic department of more than ten members for fifteen years. Member of Phi Kappa Phi and Phi Sigma Tau (served as both its national vice-president and president). Promoted from Assistant to Full Professor in five years. 
Country: USA
Elias Harb
Elias Harb, born in Palestine, now living in Mexico is working in Administration and management in the retail clothing industry. He is activist, senior editor and publisher of Intifada- Palestine.com. “Shaking off” is the literal translation of “intifada.”. Intifada was established in January 11, 2009 during the Israeli Assault on Gaza. The objective is to provide the Palestinian perspective and provide a focused and comprehensive coverage of Palestine. He is bilingual editor (English and Spanish) and has traveled all around the world.
Katherine Smith
 Katherine Smith, Ph.D., is a retired research professor of History.
Country: USA
Ron Holland
 Ron Holland [send him mail] is a contributing editor to the Swiss Mountain Vision Newsletter and Swiss Confidential published by Appenzeller Business Press.
Kenneth Ring
Kenneth Ring, PhD, is professor emeritus of psychology at the University of Connecticut. He has published five other books. Letters from Palestine is his first book on Palestinian issues, though he has written articles about contemporary events in Palestine.

Ghassan Abdullah studied mathematics and computing in England and lived in Syria, Lebanon, Italy, and Jordan before moving to Palestine in 1994. He worked at Birzeit University for nearly a decade. Ghassan is currently active in several Palestinian civil society NGOs concerned with heritage, human rights, development, and the arts.

Country: USA
Frank Smecker
Frank Smecker is a social worker, student and writer whose work is in defense of the wild, and dedicated to putting an end to the cruel and pointless suffering and exploitation of an animate world and its inhabitants. He has written for Z Magazine, The Ecologist, Toward Freedom, Thomas Paine's Corner, and many other publications.
Country: USA
Mahboob A. Khawaja

(Dr. Mahboob A. Khawaja specializes in global security, peace and conflict resolution with keen interests in Islamic-Western comparative cultures and civilizations, and author of several publications including: "Muslims and the West: Quest for Change and Conflict Resolution", University Press of America; How America Lost the War in Iraq and Afghanistan and Mujahideen Won; To America and Canada with Reason, VDM Publishers, 2009; “President Obama – War is War, Not Peace”, 2009; and “Is President Obama Remaking America?”  “The Arab Time Capsule- Once You Were the Leaders of Islamic Civilization.”  Comments are welcome at: kmahboob@yahoo.com)

 
City: Ottawa
Country: Canada
Gianluca D'Agostino
Gianluca D'Agostino is an Italian journalist and scholar.

He worked for CNN in Washington, D.C. and for Associated Press Television in Rome.

He is mostly known for an interview with Larry King in which the entertainer reveals his feelings about his job. D'Agostino also questioned Bill Gates right after the 1998 filing of the Microsoft antitrust case.

In 2008 D'Agostino worked as project editor for the book "Stories on human rights" for the celebration of the 60 anniversary of the Universal Declaration. The book was sponsored by the Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights and published by Mondadori Electa. In September 2 2009,D'Agostino presented his new book "Baaria" at the 66th edition of the Venezia Film Festival. The book is a series of interviews to the cast of Giuseppe Tornatore's movie Baaria and it is published by Electa Mondadori. In 2009 D'Agostino published "High Concept", by Audino Editore. The book analyzes in deep the relationship between marketing strategies and narrative structures in Hollywood movies and it reconstructs the historical facts that led American producers to coin the term "high concept".

D'Agostino holds a Ph.D in Theory of Information and Communication obtained at the Università di Macerata and worked as researcher for the Center for the Study of the Novel at the Stanford University. He is also the founder of BananaRAM, the Italian New Media Art Festival. D'Agostino writes news stories for The American Chronicle and the all news website The Examiner.

Country: Italy
Alan Hart
Alan Hart is a former ITN and BBC Panorama foreign correspondent who covered  wars and conflicts wherever they were taking place in the world and  specialized in the Middle East.His Latest book Zionism: The Real Enemy of 
the Jews, is a three-volume epic in its American edition.  He blogs on www.alanhartnet   and tweets on www.twitter.com/alanauthor.   
Country: UK
Susan Lindauer
Susan Lindauer is a former U.S. Intelligence Asset, accused as an "Iraqi Agent" for opposing the war. Her new book, "EXTREME PREJUDICE—The Terrifying Story of the Patriot Act and the Cover Ups of 9/11 and Iraq" relates her ordeal facing secret charges and secret evidence on the Patriot Act, and the shocking conditions of her imprisonment on a Texas military base without a trial, threatened with indefinite detention and forcible drugging.
Country: USA

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