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Friends of NewDemocracyWorld.org will speak to your group, organization, public event or small gathering of friends over coffee if you organize it and help cover travel costs.
Please contact any of the speakers below to arrange a talk. (Unless otherwise indicated, addresses below are in the United States.)
- Susan Ohanian lives in Charlotte, VT. A longtime teacher of first grade through college, Susan is the author of numerous books on education, including One Size Fits Few: The Folly of Educational Standards and What Happened to Recess and Why Are Our Children Struggling in Kindergarten? Recent speaking engagements include a keynote address at a test resister rally at the state capital in Austin, Texas, an NPR radio panel discussion on the legacy of "A Nation at Risk" in Providence, RI, keynote at a conference on democracy and education in Ohio, and workshops with math teachers in Tucson, AZ. Contact Susan at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (802) 425-4201.
- John Spritzler lives in Boston, MA. where he is now retired from his job as a public health worker who helped design and analyze AIDS clinical trials at the Harvard School of Public Health. John is a frequent writer for, and editor of, NewDemocracyWorld.org on health care (Market-Driven Health Care and Social Control), the Middle East (Should There Be A Jewish State?) and other topics, and the author of THE PEOPLE AS ENEMY: The Leaders' Hidden Agenda in World War II. Contact John at email@example.com or call (617) 566-9637.
Articles by Dave Stratman
Articles by John Spritzler
Turn the World Upside Down (John Spritzler's blog #1)
End Class Inequality (John Spritzler's blog #2)
We CAN Change the World: The Real Meaning of Everyday Life by Dave Stratman
The People as Enemy: The Leaders' Hidden Agenda in World War II by John Spritzler