Sep 14, 2009

Endorsers To Date of a Call for an October 17 Day for Local and Regional Antiwar Protests

[Note: Endorsing organizations and coalitions will advance their own demands for these protests based on their own platforms. Endorsement does not imply support for the demands agreed to at the July 10-12 national conference in Pittsburgh or by any coalition or network. The demands will be developed locally and regionally, and will be decided upon by the endorser organizations and individuals and by the coalitions themselves.]
1 Action Center for Justice (Charlotte, NC)
2 After Downing Street
3 Bail Out the People Movement
4 Mark A. Bailey, Methodist Theological School in Ohio Seminary Student
5 Bay Area United Against War
6 Medea Benjamin, cofounder, CODEPINK and Global Exchange
7 Bethlehem Neighbors for Peace
8 Boston Stop the Wars Coalition
9 Deb Brave, Antiwar Activist, Mantua, Ohio
10 Bread and Roses Forum of the Sisters of St. Joseph
11 Burnsville and Eagan Peace Vigil (MN)
12 Central Ohioans For Peace
14 Connecticut Students Against the War
15 CT United for Peace
16 Defenders for Freedom, Justice and Equality (Richmond, VA)
17 Delaware/Montgomery PDA
18 Democratic Socialists of Central Ohio
19 Donna Dewitt, President, South Carolina AFL-CIO*
20 Duluth Area Green Party
21 Duluth Unitarian-Universalist Church Peace and Social Justice Committee
22 Faith Communities Uniting for Peace (Columbus, OH)
23 Freedom Road Socialist Organization
25 Holly Gigante, Licensed Independent Social Worker (LISW) in the State of Ohio
26 Grand Mamas for Mumia Abu-Jamal
27 Greater Boston United for Justice with Peace Coalition
28 Green Party of Ohio
29 Green Party Peace Network
30 Growing Communities for Peace
31 Guilderland Neighbors for Peace
32 Monadel Herzallah, President, Arab American Union Members Council*
33 Hudson Valley Activist Newsletter
34 Interfaith Council for Peace in the Middle East
35 International Socialist Organization (ISO)
36 Iraq Moratorium
37 Iraq Peace Action Coalition (Minneapolis)
38 Ron Jacobs, writer
39 Kansas City Labor Against the War
40 Lawrence Coalition for Peace and Justice (KS)
41 Susan Loonsk, Northland Center for Art and Ecopsychology
42 Lyndale United Church of Christ (Mpls)
43 Maine Independent Green Party
44 Mayday Book Store (Minneapolis)
45 Middle East Children’s Alliance
46 Minnesota Cuba Committee
47 Paige Makoons Miller, Indigenous Student Alliance
48 Minnesota Alliance of Peacemakers
49 Mobilization Against War and Occupation (MAWO)
50 Muslim Solidarity Committee
51 National Assembly to End the Iraq and Afghanistan Wars and Occupations
52 New Abolitionist Movement
53 New England United
54 New Jersey Labor Against the War
55 New York Labor Against War
56 Northeast Ohio Anti-War Coalition (NOAC)
57 Northeast Peace and Justice Action Coalition (NEPAJAC)
58 Northern California Committee of Correspondence for Socialism and Democracy
59 Northwest Greens (Philadelphia)
60 Northwest New Jersey Peace Fellowship
61 Ohio State Labor Party
62 Ohio Valley for Peace
63 Quad Cities Progressive Action for the Common Good
64 Palestine Task Force, Boston United for Justice with Peace
65 Peace and Justice Committee, Sacred Heart Church (South St. Paul MN)
66 Peace and Social Progress Now, New Paltz, NY
67 Peninsula Peace and Justice Center (Palo Alto, CA)
68 People for Peace and Justice of Utah
69 Progressive Peace Coalition (Central Ohio)
70 Grace Reese, Faith Communities Uniting for Peace, Columbus, Ohio*
71 Rhode Island Chapter of Progressive Democrats of America
72 Rhode Island Mobilization Committee to Stop War and Occupation
73 Richard Wright Centennial
74 Saint Paul Regional Labor Federation, AFL-CIO
75 San Jose Peace and Justice Center
76 Saratoga Peace Alliance
77 Michael L. Schwartz, Author “War Without End: The Iraq War in Context;” Member, U.S. Labor Against the War*
78 Seattle Anti-Imperialist Committee (SAIU)
79 Jo Sippie-Gora, Chair, Seeds of Peace Committee of the Morristown (NJ) Unitarian Fellowship*
80 Cindy Sheehan, Cindy Sheehan’s Soapbox
81 Socialist Action,/Ligue pour l’Action socialiste
82 Socialist Alternative
83 Socialist Caucus of the New Democratic Party of Canada
84 Socialist Organizer
85 Socialist Party of CT
86 Socialist Party of Massachusetts
87 Socialist Viewpoint
88 Solidarity
89 Solidarity Committee of the Capital District
90 South Carolina Progressive Network
91 St. Joan of Arc Peacemakers (Mpls)
92 St. Louis 9/11 Questions Meetup Group
93 Students for Peace, Duluth Chapter
94 Stop War on Iran Campaign
95 Lynne Stewart Organization
96 Deena Stryker, Writer
97 Texans for Peace
98 Thomas Merton Center Antiwar Committee (Pittsburgh)
99 Tom Paine Chapter of Veterans for Peace
100 Troops Out Now Coalition
101 Troy Neighbors for Peace
102 Twin Cities Peace Campaign – Focus on Iraq
103 U.S. Labor Against the War (USLAW)
104 Upper Hudson Peace Action
105 Veterans for Peace (national organization)
106 Veterans for Peace 21 in New Jersey
107 Veterans for Peace Chapter 80
108 Vietnam Veterans Against the War Anti-Imperialist
109 David Walsh, Transportation Communications Union Local 1089 Committeeperson*
110 Wasatch Coalition for Peace and Justice of Salt Lake City (& Northern Utah)
111 Waterville (ME) Area Bridge for Peace and Justice
112 Wisconsin Network for Peace and Justice
113 Women Against Military Madness
114 Women Against War (Albany, NY)
115 Women in Black, Duluth Chapter
116 Women Speak Out for Peace and Justice (Cleveland)
117 Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom (WILPF)
118 Workers Action
119 Workers International League
120 Workers United Local 99
121 Workers World Party
122 World Prout Assembly

*for identification only