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''' Atlee McFellin'''
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''' Atlee McFellin''' Founder at [[Inge's Place]], works at [[The Symbiosis Center LLC]] [[Cleveland]], [[Ohio]].
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==Early radicalism==
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Atlee McFellin, was in 2006 a 23 yo  2001 Lakeview High graduate, a one-semester student of Western Michigan University, an Albion College graduate and also is heavily involved in several Leftist organizations in the area, including the [[Kalamazoo Peace Center]], the [[Progressive Community Alliance of Kalamazoo]], [[United Students Against Sweatshops]], the [[Kalamazoo Homeless Action Team]] and more. In February, he helped found the [[Michigan Peace Network]], which is “a collection of about fifty peace and justice organizations around the state.” McFellin was almost unbelievably informed and involved in just about everything. He’s even had contact with original members of the [[Students for a Democratic Society]], or SDS, which was one of the main proponents of the Free Speech Movement/Anti-Vietnam War movement of the 60s. All of McFellin’s various associations are very active and only gaining momentum as the November elections and even the 2008 presidential race nears.<ref>[http://noise.typepad.com/counterculture_criteria/2006/07/the_young_polit.html The Counterculture Criteria July 22, 2006THE YOUNG POLITICOS]</ref>
  
 
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*[[C. J. Pereira Di Salvo]], Former organizer, [[United Students Against Sweatshops]]
 
*[[C. J. Pereira Di Salvo]], Former organizer, [[United Students Against Sweatshops]]
 
*[[Laurie Rojas-Arts]], Journalism from The School of The Art Institute of Chicago.
 
*[[Laurie Rojas-Arts]], Journalism from The School of The Art Institute of Chicago.
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==Career==
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*Board Co-Chair [[New Economy Network]] June 2011 – June 2013 (2 years 1 month)
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*[[The Democracy Collaborative]] Strategy Development - Evergreen Cooperatives & Community Wealth Building
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*[[The Democracy Collaborative]] February 2011 – November 2012 (1 year 10 months)
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*[[American Sustainable Business Council]] Staff Associate - Strategy & Program Development
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*[[American Sustainable Business Council]] April 2010 – January 2011 (10 months)
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*Strategy Consultant [[Green For All]] November 2009 – April 2010 (6 months)
  
 
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Latest revision as of 21:54, 3 February 2016

Atlee McFellin

Template:TOCnestleft Atlee McFellin Founder at Inge's Place, works at The Symbiosis Center LLC Cleveland, Ohio.

Early radicalism

Atlee McFellin, was in 2006 a 23 yo 2001 Lakeview High graduate, a one-semester student of Western Michigan University, an Albion College graduate and also is heavily involved in several Leftist organizations in the area, including the Kalamazoo Peace Center, the Progressive Community Alliance of Kalamazoo, United Students Against Sweatshops, the Kalamazoo Homeless Action Team and more. In February, he helped found the Michigan Peace Network, which is “a collection of about fifty peace and justice organizations around the state.” McFellin was almost unbelievably informed and involved in just about everything. He’s even had contact with original members of the Students for a Democratic Society, or SDS, which was one of the main proponents of the Free Speech Movement/Anti-Vietnam War movement of the 60s. All of McFellin’s various associations are very active and only gaining momentum as the November elections and even the 2008 presidential race nears.[1]

Left Forum 2009

Politics of the Contemporary Student Left: Hope and Failures:

Career

References

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