An Interview conducted by Milena Rampoldi – ProMosaik e.V.
David Andersson is born in France and has been living in New York City for the past twenty years. He is currently the Director of NYC Chapter of the Humanist Party and a member of Making Worlds: a Commons Coalition, a collaborative effort by Occupy Wall Street to explore the utility of the commons in creating a better world. David is also the coordinator of the New York Coalition to Expand Voting Rights (Ivote NYC) and has been a contributor with numerous opinions and press articles to Pressenza, International Press Agency. Before forming the HP in 2009, David was the Director of Special Campaigns at the Center of Cultures for more than 10 years and co-founded the Diversity Center of Queens in Jackson Heights. David’s work has always been inspired by the teachings of Silo and his proposal of active nonviolence.
We have interviewed him to talk about nonviolence and social change in our difficult period of time, characterised by ideological wars, cynism, oppression, discrimination, racism, and desperated migration. We would like to thank him for his answers.