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The Resistance
(clockwise from top left) As a member of Community Action Network, Jeanne Casatelli fought tirelessly to keep sprawl from destroying her hometown of East Greenbush; Michael Kink, legislative counsel for Housing Works, doggedly lobbied legislators in Albany for better funding and programs for people living with HIV/AIDS; Nadya Lawson was a highly visible force in organizing the local peace movement, in addition to her usual work for the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community; John Shannon, former nuclear physicist and safety manager at two of the Capital Region's nuclear facilities, warned that the Knolls and Kesselring plants are vulnerable to terrorist attack; former U.N. weapons inspector Scott Ritter became a nationally prominent opponent of the rush to war with Iraq, arguing that claims of Saddam Hussein harboring weapons of mass destruction are unproven.

Leif Zurmuhlen
Shannon DeCelle
Leif Zurmuhlen
John Whipple
John Whipple
(clockwise from below) Isla and Michael Roona unsuccessfully fought Albany County District Attorney Paul Clyne to keep him from cutting the county's federally funded restorative-justice program; when local homeless icon Dean was roughed up by hooligans early in the year, he brought his story to Metroland to raise public awareness about the vulnerability of street people in Albany; Janice Revella resisted Schenectady's attempts to build a bicycle path through her backyard; local restaurant owner Elda Abate battled Albany Mayor Jerry Jennings, who she claimed was bullying her to give up ownership of St. Joseph's Catholic Church; local activist and UAlbany student Yunus Fiske worked to raise awareness of the ongoing violence in the Israeli/Palestinian conflict.
Joe Putrock
Teri Currie
Will Waldron
Joe Putrock
 
Martin Benjamin


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