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Uses of a Whirlwind: Movement, Movements, and Contemporary Radical Currents in the United States Paperback – August 1, 2010


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Craig Hughes: Craig Hughes is an activist and independent researcher. He has been involved in numerous organizing efforts since he became involved in punk and radical politics during the 1990s. He holds masters degrees in History, as well as Social Work and Community Organizing.

Stevie Peace: Stevie Peace (editor and contributor) is a writer and organizer from Shoreview, Minnesota. Peace was first interviewed by Team Colors through his work at the Common Ground Health Clinic in New Orleans, and now participates as the newest member of the collective. Peace continues his support for Black Liberation in the wake of Gulf Coast recovery through the Anti-Racist Working Group National Solidarity Network; he currently works for Restorative Justice Community Action in Minneapolis. Peace's writings have been published in AZiNe and Borderlands: Tales from Disputed Territories Between Races and Cultures. He is currently planning a compilation narrative project of Asian America's political recomposition and its potential sites of radical struggle.

Kevin Van Meter: Kevin Van Meter is an organizer and researcher originally from Long Island and currently based in Portland, Oregon. Van Meter appears, along with Benjamin Holtzman and Craig Hughes, in the AK Press collection Constituent Imagination: Militant Investigation, Collective Theorization, with an article titled "DIY and the Movement Beyond Capitalism"; and has written for a variety of radical publications and zines. Van Meter is finalizing a Masters Degree in Political Science, focusing on current political theory, everyday resistance and social movements, at The Graduate Center, City University of New York.

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