|Colin Jenkins is a member of the IWW (Wobblies) and author of A Fatal Agenda: The Social, Economic, and Democratic Consequences of Neoliberalism. ||Andrew Gavin Marshall is an independent researcher and writer based in Montreal, Canada, and founder of The People's Book Project.||Dr. Jason Williams is an activist scholar who is deeply involved in the commission of social justice. He received his PhD in Administration of Justice from Texas Southern University. ||Nicholas Partyka is a philosophy PhD and heterodox political-economist. His specialties include the
philosophy of economics, as well as social, political, and moral philosophy.|
|Derek Ide studied history and education at the University of Toledo and is the author of Egypt's Past and Potential: Nationalism, Neoliberalism, and Revolution.||Sonasha Auset Braxton is a nomad, world citizen, and Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania native. She has spent a number of years in Sub-Saharan Africa, working in the field of refugee protection, social services and resettlement.||Syard Evans is the Director of Community Living Services at Arkansas Support Network, a nonprofit organization in Arkansas. She has a Masters in Counseling.||Debra Hocking is a survivor of the Stolen Generations and descendant of the Mouheneener people of South-East Tasmania. She has received UN awards
Peace, and the Human Rights Award for her activities in Tasmania.|
|Sean Posey is a photographer, activist, and historian. He is a graduate of the photography program at the Academy of Art University in San Francisco.
||Boyce Brown's professional career has largely centered around school administration, non-profit administration, and education law. He is currently
undergoing a transition to academia.||Devon Douglas-Bowers holds a BA in Political Science from Fairleigh Dickinson University. He runs a blog entitled What About Peace and hosts Hampton's bi-monthly podcast, A Different Lens. ||Cherise Charleswell, MPH is a Womanist, author/writer, poet, blogger, entrepreneur, and host & producer of the Wombanist Views radio show.|
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|Jonathan Mathias Lassiter is a 21st century polymath. He is a psychologist-in-training, author, intellectual, activist, and choreographer. ||We're looking for a radical-thinking, pro-working class, organic intellectual to fill this position. If that's you, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
||Jeriah is a wilderness guide who teaches primitive living skills to people. He guides nature walks and plant medicine walks, plant-based healing, urban farming, and sustainable living. ||Derek R. Ford is a teacher, organizer, and academic living in Syracuse, NY. His research interests are located around the intersections of political
economy, critical pedagogy, space, and air.|