Craig Hickman is a representative in the Maine House of Representatives. He is also a poet, actor, dancer, activist and educator.
The Restorative Justice Project of the Midcoast in Belfast, Maine, has worked with victims and offenders to seek apologies for victims and to help criminals turn their lives around.
Former U.S. Secretary of Defense William S. Cohen wrote Love in Black and White: A Memoir of Race, Religion and Romance with his wife, Janet Langhart. Cohen is white and the son of a Jewish father and a Protestant Irish mother, while Langhart is African-American and the daughter of a Southern Baptist mother, a single parent. Contact […]
Sean Faircloth has served as an executive with both the Richard Dawkins Foundation for Reason and Science and The Secular Coalition for America, the leading policy advocacy group for secular Americans. Before that, he served 10 years in the Maine Legislature, including a term as majority whip. Faircloth, who lives near Washington, D.C., can discuss […]
Louise Haggett, a sales and marketing specialist from Maine, is president and founder of rentapriest.com.
The Rev. Nathan D. March created a social network site for Prince of Peace Catholic High School Youth Ministry of Lewiston, Maine, using Ning.com.
Back to the Garden is a rotating house church in Saco, Maine.
gkisedtanamoogk, who is Wampanoag, teaches Native American studies at the University of Maine.
Garrett Martin directs the Maine Center for Economic Policy, which in 2007 called for increases in the food stamp program.