Tom Sello completed his apprenticeship as a construction worker with a high school leaving certificate in Riesa in 1977. After his military service, he worked as a mason in East Berlin. His activity within dissident groups can be traced back to 1980 and includes time in the environmental library and as editor of the "Umweltblätter" (“Environmental Leaflets”), which later became the "telegraph". Sello is one of the founders of the Matthias-Domaschk Archive (1992). Since 1993, he works for the Robert-Havemann Society and is responsible for public relations and outreach activities.
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