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Tom Hayden

Thomas Hayden (1939-2016) was a social and political activist, author and politician who was best known for his major role as an anti-war, civil rights, and radical intellectual activist. He was the author of the manifesto Port Huron Statement and stood trial in the Chicago Seven case. Hayden won seats on both the California Assembly and the Califo...

Tia Nelson

Tia Nelson a conservationist, environmental activist, and politician. She spent 17 years with The Nature Conservancy in government relations, as a policy advisor for Latin America, and later as the first director of the Global Climate Change Initiative. For this work, she received the EPA’s Climate Protection Award in 2000. Tia returned home to W...

Thomas Powers

Thomas Powers is an author and intelligence expert. Powers, a native of New York City, earned a Bachelor's degree in English from Yale University. He received the Pulitzer Prize for National Reporting with Lucinda Franks for their articles on a Weatherman member Diana Oughton.

Ted Glick

Ted Glick is an activist, organizer, and writer. After a year of student activism as a sophomore at Grinnell College in Iowa, he left college in 1969 to work full time against the Vietnam War. He was imprisoned for eleven months for his draft resistance activities during the Vietnam War. Glick has been active in the independent progressive politica...

Susan Rosenberg

Susan Rosenberg is a far-left revolutionary, educator, author and advocate for social justice and prisoners' rights. She was active in many radical movements and she lived as a fugitive for several years. She was eventually caught and sentenced to 58 years in prison. While in prison, she became a poet, author and AIDS activist. After her release, s...

Susan Jacoby

Susan Jacoby is an author and has written twelve books including The Age of American Unreason. She is a graduate from Michigan University and she now lives in New York City where she is the program director of the New York Branch of the Center for Inquiry.

Susan Brownmiller

Susan Brownmiller is a feminist activist and author. During the Feminist Movement, she was a writer at ABC-TV. When she saw how much power women have, she began to write about abortion rights. She has written and published books that highlight the hardships women face and how they came to be. She attended Cornell University and studied Acting in New York City.

Steven Silver

Dr. Steven M. Silver is a psychologist, author and combat veteran of the Vietnam War. He is the former Director of the inpatient Posttraumatic Stress Disorder Program of the VA Medical Center in Coatesville, P.A. Dr. Silver has been working with trauma survivors since 1972. He received his Bachelor's degree in History and Government, a Master's deg...

Steven Shapiro

Steven R. Shapiro is an attorney and educator. He is the former legal director of the American Civil Liberties Union, the nation's oldest and largest civil liberties organization. Shapiro also taught at Stanford Law School, and the NYU School of Law and he is currently a lecturer in Law at Columbia University. He has a Bachelor's degree from Columb...

Steve Gunderson

Steve Gunderson is the former President and CEO of the Council on Foundations as well as the former Republican congressman from Wisconsin. Gunderson is currently President and CEO of the Association of Private Sector Colleges and Universities. After graduating from the University of Wisconsin–Madison, Gunderson went on to train at the Brown School of Broadcasting in Minneapolis.

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