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Naomi Klein

Naomi Klein, Canadian journalist, author and activist, was born in Montreal, Canada in 1970.

She is the author of No Logo (2000), which became a manifesto of the anti-globalization movement. She is also the author of Fences and Windows (2002) and writes for The Nation, In These Times, Canada's The Globe and Mail, and The Guardian in Britain.

No Logo was one of the first publications to receive feedback from Nike, a company she often criticises throughout the book.

Klein is married to Canadian television journalist Avi Lewis, who is the son of United Nations Special Envoy for HIV/AIDS in Africa Stephen Lewis and Canadian journalist Michele Landsberg.

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