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Editor

Mark Ivor Satin, American Editor. Avocations: singing, dancing, hiking, traveling M C. Provider member Co-op American, Washington; advisory Global Issues Forum, Washington, Green Edition and Development Fund, Kansas City, Missoury; co-sponsor N. Am.Bioregional Congress, Brixey, Missouri.

Background

Satin, Mark Ivor was born on November 16, 1946 in New York City. Son of Joseph and Selma (Rosen) Satin.

Education

Graduated from the high school, Wichita Falls, Texas, 1964.

Career

Columnist, reporter, Red River Scene, Moorhead, Minnesota, 1961-1963; civil rights worker, Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee, Holly Springs, Mississippi, 1964-1965; founder, director, Toronto Anti-Draft Programme, Canada, 1967-1968; dock worker, Direct-Winters Trucking Company, Toronto, 1969-1970; columnist, reporter, The Grape, Vancouver, Canada, 1973-1974; founder, staff, New World Alliance, Washington, 1979-1982; editor, public, New Options Newsletter, Washington, since 1983. Advisory Elmwood Institute, Berkeley, California, since 1986, Institute for Soviet-American Rels., Washington, since 1986, Institute for Transportation and Development Policy, Washington, since 1985, The Other Economic Summit, Orono, Maine, since 1987.

Achievements

  • Avocations: singing, dancing, hiking, traveling M C.

Membership

Provider member Co-op American, Washington. Advisory Global Issues Forum, Washington, Green Edition and Development Fund, Kansas City, Missoury. Co-sponsor N. Am.Bioregional Congress, Brixey, Missouri.

Connections

father:
Joseph Satin

mother:
Selma (Rosen) Satin