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Unity for Sept. 24: List of Signers as of July 22

In the days ahead, there will likely be meetings of representatives of the two coalitions sponsoring separate actions and it is critical that the voice of unity-minded grassroots groups and individuals be heard when these representatives get together. You can help make that voice heard.

Support the call for unity.
Greetings:

We are writing to ask your support for a Call for a united antiwar demonstration in Washington D.C. on September 24. By a "united antiwar demonstration," we mean one united assembly point, one united march and one united rally.

Below is the current list of signers to the Call, which follows the list of the 50 initiators. We urge you to sign the Call if you have not done so, urge others to sign, and disseminate this posting as widely as you can so that it appears on as many list serves as possible and is brought to the attention of antiwar activists and concerned people throughout the country. In the days ahead, there will likely be meetings of representatives of the two coalitions sponsoring separate actions and it is critical that the voice of unity-minded grassroots groups and individuals be heard when these representatives get together. You can help make that voice heard.

In unity,

Organizing Committee, Emergency Ad Hoc Committee for a United Demonstration in Washington D.C. on September 24, 2005
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Call For A United Antiwar Movement -- We Must All March Together

on September 24!

[For individuals and organizations wishing to sign this statement,

please see below.]

September 24, 2005 has been set as the date for national demonstrations by the U.S. antiwar movement. We will return to the streets of the nation's capital, and elsewhere, with a force determined to challenge the continuation of a brutal and immoral war and occupation. That the Iraqi War is the central issue in world politics today is not in dispute. Neither is the fact that there is a rapidly growing opposition to this war in the United States and across the globe. The potential for a truly massive turnout that can open the door wider than ever to our movement's expressing the will of tens of millions is within reach.

But we have been asked to divide our energies on September 24 between two competing antiwar coalitions, UFPJ and ANSWER. Both have announced mass mobilizations in Washington, D.C. on that date, but in different locations.

There can be no justification for such a division. It is unthinkable that we can most effectively confront the warmakers by marching separately in what will inevitably be portrayed as two rival protests. People who want to end the war and occupation will never understand.

Is the destruction of Iraq and its people to rage on while our movement divides its energies? While billions are spent daily to make Iraq a virtual colony? While the same billions are looted from social programs at home? While U.S. soldiers die for corporate profits and while the American people are rapidly learning that the war was a lie from start to finish?



We cannot offer those who oppose the war and occupation a divided house. The divisions in our movement must give way to united action. There is still time!

We the undersigned propose that both coalitions join in support of these unifying demands: Bring the Troops Home Now! Money for Jobs, Education, Health Care and Housing, Not for Wars and Occupations!



This appears to be a sound basis for unity, in accord with what both coalitions have always championed.



The ANSWER coalition has called for a number of additional demands going beyond Iraq including: End Colonial Occupation from Iraq to Palestine to Haiti; Support the Palestinian People's Right of Return; Stop the Threats Against Venezuela, Cuba, Iran, and North Korea; and U.S. Out of the Philippines. The unifying demands in bold above provide the framework for advancing these demands, which can be reinforced by speakers, banners, contingents, signs and leaflets. It is understood that both ANSWER and UFPJ, through their own coalitions, would be free to express their demands as they see fit.

We are convinced that new forms must be employed to ensure that we do not constantly repeat the present divisive scenario so that the democratic _expression of the ranks of the antiwar movement, which urgently call for unity, can be brought to bear.

Our differences pale before the power we can marshal with a united, independent and massive movement that visibly expresses our strength and unity.

We offer our good will and experience to help resolve the differences now and move forward united and stronger.

We propose to meet as soon as possible with representatives of the national antiwar coalitions to resolve all outstanding issues. There is no time to waste.



Issued by the Emergency Ad Hoc Committee for a United Demonstration in Washington, D.C. on September 24, 2005



Initiators




[Titles and organizations for purpose of identification only]



Kevin Akin - State Chair, California Peace and Freedom Party

Mike Alewitz - Labor Art and Mural Project, CT

Jahahara Amen-RA Alkebulan-Ma'at - Foundations for Our Nu

Alkebulan/Afrikan Millennium (FONAMI)

Khalil Barhoum - Palestinian Scholar

Patricia Behrend - Co-Chair, National Network on Cuba

Alan Benjamin - Member, Office and Professional Employees International

Union Local 3; Member, Executive Board, San Francisco Labor Council

AFL-CIO; Member, Steering Committee, United States Labor Against the

War

Dennis Bernstein - Producer, Flashpoints, KPFA Berkeley, CA

Peter Camejo - Green Party

Dr. Colia Clark - Longtime civil rights activist, co-organizer with Medgar

Evers of Mississippi NAACP Voter Project in early 1960s; fighter for

reparations and against war
Greg Coleridge - Program Director, Northeast Ohio American Friends

Service Committee; Coordinator, Northeast Ohio Anti-War Coalition

Alan Dale - Member, Iraq Peace Action Coalition (Minneapolis/St. Paul)

Chris Farrand - President, Graphic Communications Union Local 546M

Mike Ferner - Member, Veterans for Peace; Former Member, Toledo City

Council

Conny Ford - Secretary-Treasurer, Office and Professional Employees

International Union Local 3

Christine Gauvreau - Organizing Committee, Connecticut United for Peace

Kathleen Geathers - Coordinator, Women for Racial and Economic

Equality

Paul George - Director, Peninsula Peace and Justice Center, Palo Alto, CA

Jerry Gordon - Former International Representative, United Food and

Commercial Workers Union; Member, Steering Committee, United States

Labor Against the War

Andy Griggs - Board of Directors, United Teachers Los Angeles; Member,

Steering Committee, United States Labor Against the War

Milly Guzman - Latinos Contra La Guerra

Jeremy Haiken - Organizer, UNITE HERE Local 217

Fred Hirsch - Vice President, Plumbers and Fitters Local 393

Abdeen Jabara - Past President, American-Arab Anti-Discrimination

Committee

Walter Johnson - Secretary-Treasurer Emeritus, San Francisco Labor

Council AFL-CIO

Vicki Knight - Convenor, Women Speak Out for Peace and Justice

Tom Lacey - Northern State Chair, California Peace and Freedom Party

Jeff Mackler - Founder, Mobilization for Peace, Jobs and Justice; West

Coast Coordinator, Lynne Stewart Defense Committee

Mel Mason - President, Monterey Peninsula Branch-NAACP, CA

Justine McCabe - International Committee of the Green Party, U.S.

Robert Meeropol - Executive Director, Rosenberg Fund for Children

Saladin Muhammad - Black Workers for Justice

Hasan Newash - Director, Palestine Office, Michigan

Bill Onasch - Retired Vice-President, Amalgamated Transit Union Local 287;

Chair, Kansas City Labor Against the War

Carolyn Park - Member, American Federation of State, County and Municipal

Employees Local 1938; Delegate to the Cincinnati AFL-CIO

Jan Pierce - Retired International Vice President, Communications Workers

of America

Ralph Poynter - New York Community Activist

Jack Rasmus - Chair, National Writers Union, San Francisco Bay Area

Chapter

Don Rojas - Journalist; Past General Manager, Station WBAI

Ed Rosario - Business Agent, Amalgamated Lithographers of America Local

#1; Member, United States Labor Against the War

Meg Scata - Organizing Committee, Connecticut United for Peace

Dallas Sells - Director, Ohio State Council UNITE HERE Union

Chris Silvera - Secretary-Treasurer, Teamsters Local 808; Chairman,

Teamsters National Black Caucus

Michael Smith - New York Chapter, National Lawyers Guild

Lynne Stewart - Attorney

Clarence Thomas - Co-Chair, Million Worker March Movement

Jerry Tucker - Former International Executive Board Member, United Auto

Workers Union

Nalda Vigezzi - Co-Chair, National Network on Cuba

Barbara Walden - Vice Chair, Ohio State Labor Party

Leonard Weinglass - Civil Liberties Attorney

Kevin Zeese - Director, Democracy Rising

Howard Zinn - Professor, Radical Historian, Progressive Political Theorist,

Social Activist and Author



Signers (Partial List)



[Organizations and individuals wishing to subscribe to the above statement are urged to write UnityForSept24 (at) aol.com no later than July 31 asking that your name be added to the list. Please be sure to include city and state, phone number and email address. Description of individuals below is for purpose of identification only.]



Frank T. Adams - Author and developer of worker-owned businesses,

Asheville, NC

Liam Alexander - Fairfield, ME

Aspire, Create, Envision a Better World Network Mission (A.C.E.) -

Daniel E. Moore, Founder and President

Gene Akins - Organizer, Dallas County Green Party

Austin Against War - Central Texas group organizing against war,

occupations and interventions, Austin, TX

Elaine Antonia - 3-yr. Protester in Boston, Boston, MA

Abayomi Azikiwe - Editor, Pan-African News Wire, Detroit, MI

Anthony Badgerow - Kansas City National Lawyers Guild, Kansas, MO

Natylie Baldwin - Pittsburgh, CA

Kathy Black - President, Philadelphia Coalition of Women; Member, Steering

Committee, U.S. Labor Against the War, Philadelphi, PA

Jeanette Boraby - Toledo, OH

Margaret Breslau - Small Business Owner; Member, New River

Independent Assn. & Coalition for Justice, Blacksburg, VA

Shane Brinton - Student, National Council, Young Communist League USA;

Editorial Collective, Dynamic magazine, Arcata, CA

Lyn M. Broach - Akron, OH

Morton K. Brussel - Professor Emeritus of Physics, UIUC; Member

AWARE (Anti-War Anti-Racism Effort), Urbana, IL

Kandal Burghardt - Perrysburg, OH

Rebecca R. Burrill - Ed.D, Belchertown, MA

Joaquin Bustelo - Solidarity, Detroit, MI

Claire Cafaro - Saratoga Springs, NY

California Peace and Freedom Party

Brooke Campbell - Military Families Speak Out, Band of Sisters, Atlanta, GA

Bill Carpenter - San Francisco, CA

Patricia Christensen - Clifton Park, NY

Andrew D. Coates, M.D. - Albany, NY

Jocelyn Cochran-Biggs - St. Louis, MO

Lance Cohn - Logan Square Neighbors for Justice and Peace, Chicago, IL

Jerry Colby - President, National Writers Union, UAW Local 1981; President,

Champlain Valley Labor Council, AFL-CIO; Member, Executive Committee,

Vermont State Labor Federation, AFL-CIO, Cambridge, VT

Connecticut Green Party

Geoffrey Cook - Editor, Pakistan Weekly, Berkeley, CA

Leticia Cortez - Vice President, American Federation of State, County and

Municipal Employees Local 3506, Chicago City College Adult Educators

Teachers Union; Co-Editor of Bilingual quarterly publication: Hasta

Cuando?, Chicago, IL

Moira Cunningham, M.D. - Newton, MA

Aaron Davis - President, Chapter 118 Veterans for Peace, Salt Lake City, UT

Cyndie Davis - Member, Northeast Ohio Anti-War Coalition and Cleveland

Peace Action, Lakewood, OH

Karen Dawson - Philosophy Student, Burlington, VT

Tom Deary - New Hampshire Organizer, Alliance for Retired Americans,

Nashua, NH

David Deitch - Publisher, Photo/Chronicles, Ltd.

Jackie DiSalvo - Educators to Stop the War, Brooklyn, NY

Lucas A. Dietsche - University of Wisconsin Student Senator, Superior, WI

Raymond Dominick - Mansfield, OH

Rebecca Doran - Kevin Cooper Defense Committee, San Francisco, CA

Chris Driscoll - State Chair, Populist Party of Maryland; Past Co-Chair,

National Writers Union Journalism Division; Past Chair, Washington DC

Metro-Area Labor Party, Baltimore, MD

Larry Duncan - Co-Producer, Labor Beat TV Show; Member, Chicago Labor

Against the War, Chicago, IL

Marjorie Swann Edwin - Former Executive Director, New England

Region, American Friends Service Committee; Former Coordinator,

New England Committee for Nonviolent Action; Founding Member of

CORE; justice and peace worker for 68 years

Miriam L. Eldridge, Ph.D. - San Jose, CA

Mark Elrich - Member City Council, Takoma Park, MD; Authored city's two

resolutions opposing the war before it started and opposing the Patriot Act

Riva Enteen - KPFA Local Station Board, San Francisco, CA

Candace Esslinger - Skokie, IL

Maureen Farris - Akron, OH

Glenn Fieldman, Ph.D. - Lecturer, Intl. Relations/Environmental Studies, San

Francisco State Univ., Brisbane, CA

Warren Felt - Northridge, CA

Lotus Yee Feng - San Francisco, CA

Delvis Fernandez - President, Cuban American Alliance, San Luis Obispo,

CA

David Finkel - Solidarity; Member, Editorial Board, Against the Current,

Detroit, MI

Joe Flanders - Member and Past President, Intl. Assn. of Machinists Local

1145

Michael Garcia - Salt Lake City General Membership Branch, Salt Lake City,

UT

Matt Gibson - Christchurch, New Zealand

Rust Gilbert - DirectActionFilms, Santa Fe, NM

Greg Giorgio - Good Friday Peace Coalition; U.S. Labor Against the War;

Intl. Solidarity Commission of Industrial Workers for the World, Altamont,

NY

Stan Goff - Author, Activist, Raleigh, NC

Josh Gold, Ph. D. - Assistant Professor of Political Science, Salt Lake

Community College, Salt Lake City, UT

Sam Goldberger - We Refuse to be Enemies, Elmwood, CT

Francis Goldin - Literary Agent, New York, NY

Dayne Goodwin - Wasatch Coalition for Peace and Justice, Salt Lake City,

UT

Steve Gorson - President, United Transportation Union Local 1732, San

Francisco, CA

Green Party of Connecticut - Executive Committee, CT

Linda Greene - Unionville, IN

Gerald and Pamela Groves - Princeton, NJ

Peter Gunther - Certified Archivist; Member, Progressive Archivists,

Chicago, IL

Haiti Action Committee -- San Francisco Bay Area, CA

Laura M. Hamptom - Toledo, OH

Laurie Hampton - Justice for Homeless, San Francisco, CA

Carol Hannah - Peace North, Hayward/Cable, WI

Clare Hanusz - Attorney and Mother, Honolulu, HI

Ruth Harer - Member, Office Professional Employees Intl. Union Local 3,

Retiree, San Francisco, CA

Don Harmon - American Federation of Teachers Local 11482, San

Francisco, CA

Jerry Harris - Organizational Secretary, Global Studies Assn. of North

America, Chicago, IL

John Harris - Coordinator, Iraq War Veterans Tour (Boston January 29th-

February 6th 2005), Boston, MA

Mark T. Harris - Writer, Bloomington, IL

Scott Harris - Producer of Between the Lines Radio newsmagazine, WPKN

Radio, Bridgeport, CT

Hartford Bring the Troops Home NOW! - Hartford, CT

Judy Herkimer - Treasurer, Green Party of Connecticut, Cornwall Bridge,

CT

Laura D. Herrera - Co-Cordinator, Mobilization to Free Mumia Abu-Jamal

Donavan Hicks - San Francisco, CA

Charlie Hinton - Haiti Action Committee, San Francisco, CA

Sean Howard - Student, Youth for Socialist Action, Peekskill, NY

Martha Hubert - San Francisco, CA

Mary Beth Hustoles - Salem, OR

Independent Community Activist Network (ICAN) working on military

hands off students' school records, Seattle, WA

Dahr Jamail - Independent Journalist covering Iraq for the past two years

Pranav Jani - Asst. Professor, English, Ohio State Univ., Columbus, OH

Mary Janzen - Solidarity

Corinna Jevons - Berkeley, CA

Jan Johnson - Eveleth, MN

Al Kagan - African Studies Bibliographer and Professor of Library

Administration, Univ. of Illinois, Urbana, IL

Dan Kaplan - Exec. Sec., American Federation of Teachers Local 1493,

Community College Federation of Teachers, San Mateo, CA

Wells Keddie - Co-Chair, Legislations Relations Committee, Rutgers

American Association of University Professors (faculty union), Rutgers, NJ

David Keil - Boston March 20 Coalition, Teacher, Framingham State

College, Framingham, MA

Kathy Kelly - Co-Coordinator, Voices in the Wilderness, Chicago, IL

Amy Kemery - Madison, WI

Greg King - Service Employees Intl. Union Local 888, Boston, MA

John Kirkland - Philadelphia Solidarity

Nina Klooster - Indiana Activist

Stephen Vincent Kobasa - Trident Resistance Network, New Haven, CT

Helena Kosorek - Greenville, NY

Sarah Kowaleski - Member, NARAL Pro-Choice, CT

Zev Kvitky - President, United Stanford Workers, Service Employees

International Union Local 715, Stanford University, CA

Linda Lancz - Guilford, CT

Tracy Larkins - Co-Producer, "Another WorldView is Possible" on KPFK,

Los Angeles, CA

Latinos Contra La Guerra - Hartford, CT

Verdena Lee, D.O. - Kent, OH

Barbara Leon - Aptos, CA

Jeff Leys - Organizer, Voices in the Wilderness, Chicago, IL

Traven Leyshon - President, Washington-Orange Central Labor Council,

AFL-CIO; Member, Executive Board Vermont AFL-CIO; Member, United

States Labor Against the War, Middlesex, VT

Walter Lippmann - Cuba News, Los Angeles, CA

Margaret and Kurt Liske - Retired Teachers, Hudson, OH

Carol Liu - Former President, Library Administration & Management

Association of the American Library Association, New York, NY

Logan Square Neighbors for Justice and Peace

James Joseph Madigan - Parkville, MD

Alan L. Maki - Director of Organizing, Red Lake Casino, Hotel & Restaurant

Employees' Union Organizing Commmittee, Warroad, MN

Anita Malinski - Chicagoans Against War and Injustice, Chicago, IL

Elizabeth Marlow, MSN, CNFNP, CDE - Nurse Practitioner and Citizen,

Oakland, CA

David McDonald - Peace Action Committee of the Green Party of the U.S.;

Seattle, WA

John Conroy McGee - San Francisco, CA

Richard McKnight - Member, Transport Workers Union Local 100; antiwar

activist; New York, NY

Middle East Crisis Committee - New Haven, CT

Lisa Milos - Parent Organizer with Military Out of Our Schools, San

Francisco, CA

Minneapolis Anti-War Committee - Minneapolis, MN

Bob Montgomery - American Federation of State, County and Municipal

Employees Local 3092, Newton, MA

Andrea Moore-Emmett - President, Utah National Organization for Women

(NOW); Salt Lake City, UT

Dorinda Moreno - Santa Maria, CA

Peter S. Morgan, Jr. - Roswell, GA

Dennis Murphy - Third Lake, IL

M.J. Muser - Not in Our Name/Cleveland Chapter, Cleveland, OH

Stephan Nales - San Francisco, CA

Kamran Nayeri - Political Economist, Univ. of California Berkeley; Socialist

Theorist and Activist, Berkeley, CA

Mark Nelson - Plumbers and Pipefitters Local #140, Salt Lake City, UT

Armand and Jane Nevers - Action Coalition of Strikers and

Supporters, Detroit Typographical Union Local 18, Retired, Detroit, MI

Harry Nier - Hands Off Cuba Coalition of Colorado

Northeast Ohio Anti-War Coalition - Cleveland, OH

Northwest New Jersey Peace Fellowship - Member organization of New

Jersey Peace Action, Sparta, NJ

Prof. Bertell Ollman - Department of Politics, New York University, NY, NY

Patricia Osbom - Ottawa Hills, OH

Mark Ostapiak - Hands Off Venezuela Coalition, San Francisco, CA

Nat Parry - Fairfax, VA

Gerald Paul - Intl. Editor, Socialist Action newspaper, San Francisco, CA

Ted Pearson - Lincoln Park Neighbors United for Peace; Chicagoans

Against War and Injustice; National Alliance Against Racist and Political

Repression; Committees of Correspondence for Democracy and

Socialism, Chicago, IL

Margo Pellegrino - Medford Lakes, NJ

William Peltz - Albany, NY

Lewis Pepper, M.D., MPH - Boston Univ. School of Public Health, Boston,

MA

TJ Porter - Past President, Local 8-286 Pace Union, Utah Labor Party past

director

Jack Power - Cleveland, OH

Arline Prigoff - Secretary, California Capital Chapter, Coalition of Labor

Union Women, Sacramento, CA

Patrick M. Quinn - Northwestern Univ., Evanston, IL

Gloria E. Quiñones, Esq. - East Harlem activist, NY, NY

Alison Ramer - Boston Mobilization, Boston, MA

Bob Randolph - PROMETHEAN Poetry Fdn., Berkeley, CA

Willie & Mary Ratcliff - Publisher and Editor, San Francisco Bay View

Ward Reilly - Coalition Against War & Injustice, Baton Rouge, LA

Judy Riggle - Oberlin, OH

Kenneth Reiner - Author "Corporism: The Systematic Disease that

Destroys Civilization," Long Beach, CA

Ann Richardson - Sonoma, CA

Adam Ritscher - Steering Committee, Northland Anti-War Coalition, Duluth,

MN

Rebecca Robinson - San Francisco, CA

Tony and Hazel Roehig - Salt Lake City members of International Workers

of the World, UT

Valentin Rosario - Coordinator, All Connecticut with Vieques, Hartford, CT

Mark C. Rosenzweig - Director, Reference Center for Marxist Studies; Co-

editor, Progressive Librarian, New York, NY

Andrew Ross - Professor of American Studies, New York University, New

York, NY

Marcia Rothenberg - Hyde Parkers for Peace and Justice; Chicagoans

Against War and Injustice, Chicago, IL

Mel Rothenberg - Hyde Parkers for Peace and Justice; Chicagoans against

War and Injustice; Committee for New Priorities; Chicago Jobs with Justice,

Chicago, IL

Donald Rucknagel, M.D. - Chairman, Southwest Ohio Chapter of

Physicians for Social Responsibility, Cincinnati, OH

Carl Sack - Ashland, WI

San Francisco Gray Panthers - San Francisco, CA

Tony Savino - Photojournalist, New York, NY

Donna Schall - Grandmother, Stow, OH

Emile M. Schepers - Author and Social Scientist, Northern VA

Michael Schreiber - Editor, Socialist Action newspaper, San Francisco, CA

Joseph Schuman - Chicago, IL

Bill Schwalb - Activist, San Francisco, CA

Kim Scipes -- Member, National Writers Union and longtime fighter for

international labor solidarity, Chicago, IL

Daniel J. Shea - Executive Director, Education WithOut Border, Portland,

OR

Karen Shieve - United Educators of San Francisco Local 61, San

Francisco, CA

Laurence H. Shoup - Author, Member Steering Committee, National Writers

Union Bay Area Chaptecr, Oakland, CA

Harry Siitonen - Industrial Workers of the World, Berkeley, CA

Harold Albert Smith - Student, Univ. of Pittsburgh; Member of Youth 4

Socialist Action; Committees of Correspondence; Students in Solidarity,

Pittsburgh, PA

Priscilla R. Smith - Clerk for Economic Justice and Empowerment

Committee, Northeast Ohio Office of American Friends Service Committee,

Akron, OH

Nancy Snedden - Oakland, CA

Susan Snell - Chairperson, Women's Intl. League for Peace and Freedom,

Kent County, MI Branch

Fred Solowey - Labor Journalist, Washington DC

Annie Spell - Covington, LA

Buddy Spell - National Liaison, Louisiana Activist Network, Franklinton, LA

Chris Stegman - Editorial Board, EverGreen Voice, Green Party publication

in Olympia, Washington, WA

Joyce Stenberg - Teacher/Parent, Irvine, CA

Christopher Storey - Knox College, Galesburg, IL

William Stricklen - Long Beach, CA

Jess Sundin - Minneapolis Anti-War Committee, Minneapolis, MN

Manuel and Meryl Sunshine - San Mateo County Peace and Freedom

Party, Pacific, CA

Lynn Surgalla - Member, Union of Concerned Scientists; U.S. Green Party;

Delegate-Speaker World Social Forums 2004 & 2005; Electromagnetic

Weapons Disarmament Activist

Hal Sutton - Member, United Auto Workers Local 1268, Belvidere, IL

Wretha Swinehart - Mansfield, OH

Ed Tant - Columnist, "The Athens Banner-Herald", Athens, GA

Mark Lewis Taylor - Prof. of Theology and Culture, Princeton Theological

Seminary, Princeton, NJ

Linda Thompson - Connecticut United for Peace, American Federation of

State, County and Municipal Employees Retirees MD Chapter 1

David Thorstad - Lengby, MN

Matt Tower - Sparta, NJ

Tom Twiss - Librarian, Pittsburgh, PA

US-Japan-China Comparative Policy Research Institute - San Jose, CA
James E. Vann - Former Co-Chair, National Committee for Independent

Political Action, Oakland, CA

Maxina Ventura and Children - San Leandro, CA

Rae Vogeler - Madison Area Peace Coalition, Madison, WI

Karen Lee Wald - Casa Cuba Resource Ctr. and Teacher, Escuela Popular

(San Jose), Oakland, CA

David Walters - Member, Intl. Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Local 1245,

San Francisco, CA

Robert Weil - Lecturer and Labor Organizer, Univ. of California Santa Cruz,

Aptos, CA

Nat Weinstein - Socialist Viewpoint magazine, San Francisco, CA

Bill Widnall - San Francisco, CA

Donald E. Winters - Humanities Professor, Minneapolis Community and

Technical College, Minneapolis, MN

Margaret Wise - New York, NY

Dorothy Walden - Superior, WI

Bruce Wolf - Executive Board Member and Education Committee Chair,

Office and Professional Employees Intl. Union Local 2, Takoma Park, MD

Dean Zimmermann - Minneapolis City Council - Ward 6, Minneapolis, MN

Lanny and Phyllis Younger - New Lenox, IL

Youth Approach for Development & Cooperation - Dhaka, Bangladesh

Michael Zweig - United University Professions, American Federation of

Teachers Local 2190; Member, Steering Committee, United States Labor
Against the War, Stony Brook, NY

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