Terri Thal grew up in Brooklyn and in the 1960s and 70s lived in Greenwich Village, hanging out with and managing folk singers such as Dave Van Ronk, Bob Dylan and the Roche sisters. She was very much a part of this vibrant and iconic music scene – as well as a member of socialist organizations. As an avid campaigner for social justice Terri went on to work for not-for-profit organizations, handling PR and fundraising, then as executive director. She now spends her time doing environmental and criminal justice reform work. Terri is an avid reader, writer and editor.
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