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Action Center for Justice (Charlotte, NC)

Action LA (Los Angeles, CA)

Afrikan Amerikan Institute, Greenville, South Carolina

Albany New York Labor Council, AFL-CIO

All Peoples Congress (Baltimore, MD)

Al-Awda-New York

Alliance for a Just and Lasting Peace in the Philippines

Amalgamated Transit Union (ATU) Local 1555 - Bay Area Rapid Transit workers

American Association of University Professors (AAUP) Collective Bargaining Congress

AAUP Rutgers Council (New Jersey)

American Federation of Musicians (AFM) Local 6

Pam Parker, AFM Local 1000*(Washington, DC)

American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees (AFSCME) District Councils Council 92 (Maryland) and 1707 (NYC)

AFSCME District Council 37 (New York), representing 125,000 members

Brenda Stokely, president, AFSCME DC 1707 (NYC)

AFSCME Locals 95 (NYC), 167 (Florida) 205 (NYC), 215 (NYC), 253 (NYC), 389 (NYC) 1072 (Maryland), 1550 (Houston, TX), 1881 (NYC), 1930 (NYC), 2627 (NYC), 3506 and 3800 (Minneapolis, MN).

Kimball Urrutia, executive director, AFSCME Local 1550 (Houston, TX); VP Dist. 3, Texas AFL-CIO* and VP Harris County AFL-CIO*

American Federation of Teachers (AFT) Local 2121 (San Francisco)

American Indian Movement

American Postal Workers Union - representing 330,000 members, endorsed at 2004 APWU national convention

Anti-War Joint Action Committee

Artists & Activists United for Peace (New York City)

Asian Pacific American Labor Alliance (APALA), AFL-CIO, National Executive Board

Ed Asner, actor

Asociación Mexico-Americana de Trabajadores (AMAT)

Baltimore (MD) NAACP

G.I. Johnson, President, Baltimore NAACP

Bay Area United Against War (San Francisco, CA)

Bethlehem Neighbors for Peace (Delmar, NY)

Black Telephone Workers for Justice (Jersey City, NJ)

Black Workers for Justice

Saladin Muhammad, chair, Black Workers for Justice (North Carolina)

Brigada 21 de Marzo

California Coalition for Fair Trade & Human Rights

California State Association of Letter Carriers, representing 50,000 letter carriers

Mike Rubin, California State Employees Association (CSEA), SEIU Local 1000*

California State Pipe Trades Council

Carpenters for a Rank and File Union

Casey Kasem, radio personality

Center for Independent Communication

Charleston, South Carolina Labor Council, AFL-CIO

Noam Chomsky, linguist and professor, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Chumbawamba

Ramsey Clark, former U.S. Attorney General

Coalition of Black Trade Unionists (CBTU), voted at 2004 national convention

CBTU Northern California Chapter

William Lucy, president, CBTU

Coalition for Consumer Justice (Cranston, RI)

Coalition of University Employees Local 3 (SF Bay Area)

Committees of Correspondence for Democracy and Socialism (Northern California)

Communication Workers of America (CWA) Local 9410 (San Francisco, CA)

CWA Local 1104 (Binghamton, NY - statewide local)

Communication Workers of America (CWA) Local 9119 (UPTE - Statewide local)

Day Laborers Program (San Francisco, CA)

Defenders for Freedom, Justice & Equality (Richmond, VA)

Delaware County Wage Peace & Justice (Media, PA)

Democracy Uprising

DC Labor Against War

DC Labor Chorus

Detroit Socialist Party

Doro Chiba Railroad Workers Union (Japan)

Dropkick Murphys (band)

Farm Labor Organizing Committee (FLOC)

Baldemar Velasquez, Chair, Farm Labor Organizing Committee

Filipino Workers Association (FWA)

Norman Finkelstein, professor, political science, DePaul University (Chicago, IL)

FONAMI (Oakland, CA)

Michael Franti, singer, Spearhead Vibrations

Freedom Socialist Party

Global Coalition for Peace (Chevy Chase, MD)

Global Exchange

Global Women's Strike

Danny Glover, actor

Graduate Student Employee Union - CWA Local 1104/GSEU (Staten Island, NY)

Graphic Communications International Union (GCIU) Local 4N

GCIU North American Commercial Conference

GCIU North American Newspaper Conference

Greater Camden Unity Coalition (New Jersey)

Evan Green, folk singer

Green Party of Alameda County (CA)

Green Party of California

Green Party of the United States

Dick Gregory, comedian

Juan Jose Gutierrez (Los Angeles), Latino Movement USA

Guyanese American Workers United

Haiti Action Committee

Haitian Women for Haitian Refugees (Brooklyn, NY)

Haitian Workers Project (Brooklyn, NY)

Harlem Fight Back

Harlem Unemployment League

Jim Houghton, Director, Harlem Fight Back and Harlem Unemployment League

Nellie Bailey, Harlem Tenants Council*

John MacArthur, publisher, Harpers Magazine*

Phil Hutchings

International Action Center (IAC)

International ANSWER Coalition

International Association of Machinists (IAM) Local Lodge 1145 (Selkirk, NY)

Jon Flanders, president, IAM Local Lodge 1145 (Troy, NY)

Mike Everett, International Assn. of Theatrical & Stage Employees (IATSE) L. 728*; delegate, Los Angeles County Labor Federation*

Michael Lewis, International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW) Local 617*

Pam Africa, International Concerned Family & Friends of Mumia Abu Jamal*

Ron Dicks, vice president, Internat'l Federation of Professional Technical Engineers (IFPTE) Local 21*

International Longshoremen’s Association (ILA) Local 1422 (So. Carolina dock workers)

International Longshore & Warehouse Union (ILWU) West Coast Longshore Division

ILWU Local 10 (SF Bay Area dock workers)

ILWU Local 34 (Ship's clerks)

Clarence Thomas and Trent Willis, ILWU Local 10

Immigrant Solidarity Network

International Socialist Organization (ISO)

Independent Progressive Politics Network (IPPN)

Ted Glick, national coordinator, IPPN

Industrial Workers of the World (IWW) - National, Detroit, Pensacola, Florida, Philadelphia and New York City

Rev. Jesse Jackson

Jericho Movement to Free US Political Prisoners (Greenville, SC)

Jobs with Justice - Portland, OR

Justice 4 Homeless (San Francisco, CA)

Justice for Palestinians (San Jose, CA)

KC Labor (Kansas City-based labor website)

La Raza Centro Legal (San Francisco, CA)

Labor Action Coalition

Labor Committee for Peace & Justice (SF Bay Area)

Labor Council for Latin American Advancement (LCLAA), AFL-CIO

Frank Martin Del Campo, president, San Francisco LCLAA

Labor Green Network

LaborNet.org

Labortech

Pierre Labossiere, co-founder, Haiti Action Committee

Gordon Lafer, professor, Labor Education and Research Center (U. of Oregon)

Lakou New York (Brooklyn, NY)

Latino Movement USA

Congresswoman Barbara Lee (California), co-chair of Progressive Caucus* and whip of Congressional Black Caucus*

Left Business Observer

The Legacy (Cedar Falls, Iowa)

Maine Coalition for Peace and Justice

Marin Peace & Justice Coalition (CA)

MidwestUnrest

Minneapolis (MN) City Council

Napa-Solano Building Trades Council

National Association of Letter Carriers (NALC) Br. 214 (San Francisco, CA)

Ken Lerch, President, National Association of Letter Carriers (NALC) Br. 3825* (Rockville, MD)

National Education Association (NEA) - 2.5 million members, endorsed by the 12,000 delegates at 2004 NEA National Convention

National Grassroots Peace Network (Washington, D.C.)

National Writers Union (NWU) - United Auto Workers Local 1981

NWU Chapter 3 (San Francisco, CA)

New Jersey Solidarity (New Brunswick, NJ)

New York City Labor Against War (NYCLAW)

Reza Namdar, Newspaper Guild/CWA Local 32035* (Washington, DC)

North Carolina Green Party

North Carolina Public Service Workers Union - UE Local 150

Raymond Sanders, president, North Carolina Public Service Workers, UE Local 150

Open World Conference Continuations Committee

Father Lucas, Our Lady of Lourdes Church* (Harlem, NY)

Pastors for Peace/IFCO

Peace and Freedom Party (California)

Philadelphia Committee to Free the Five (Pennsylvania)

Utah Phillips, folk singer

Plumbers & Fitters Local 393 (San Jose, CA)

Poor People's Economic Human Rights Campaign

Pratt Organization of Student Employees (Pratt University, Brooklyn, NY)

Howard Wallace, co-founder, Pride At Work*

Jose A. Ibarra, founder, Professional Flight Attendants Assn.* (Northwest Airlines)

Propagandhi

Queers for Peace & Justice

Rainbow/PUSH Coalition

Rail, Maritime & Transport Union (Britain)

Richmond Coalition for a Living Wage (Virginia)

San Francisco Labor Council, AFL-CIO

Santa Barbara & San Luis Obispo Counties Building Trades Council

Steve Weiner, exec. secretary-treasurer, Santa Barbara & San Luis Obispo Counties Building Trades Council

Service Employees International Union (SEIU) #1199 Joint Delegates Assembly (New York City's largest union, representing 250,000 workers)

Maria Guillen, vice president, Service Employees International Union (SEIU) Local 790*

Service Employees International Union (SEIU) Local 535 (California statewide local with 30,000 members)

Socialist Alternative

Socialist Organizer

Socialist Party (USA)

Socialist Youth (Barcelona, Spain)

Solano County Peace and Justice Coalition (CA)

Solidarity

Solutions for Humanity

South Carolina State Federation of Labor, AFL-CIO

Donna Dewitt, president, South Carolina State Federation of Labor

StopWar (Philadelphia, PA)

Student Environmental Action Coalition (SEAC) - Philadelphia, PA

Student Peace Action Network (SPAN) - Raleigh, NC

Support Network for an Armed Forces Union (SNAFU)

Teamsters National Black Caucus, voted at 2004 convention

Teamsters Northern California Black Caucus

Teamsters Local 808 (Long Island City, NY)

Chris Silvera, chair, Teamsters National Black Caucus; sec.-treas. Teamsters Local 808

Jerome Otis, Teamsters Northern California Black Caucus

Howie Hawkins, Teamsters Local 317* (Syracuse, NY) and candidate for US Congress

Third Rail Magazine (Staten Island, NY)

Willie Thompson, African-North America XXI (Oakland CA)

Tidewater Labor Support Committee (Williamsburg, VA)

Transport Workers Union (TWU) Local 100 (New York City transit workers)

Roger Toussaint, president, TWU Local 100 (NYC)

Troy Area Labor Council, AFL-CIO (Troy, NY)

Mike Keenan, president, Troy Area Labor Council

United Auto Workers (UAW) Local 1981

United Electrical Workers (UE) Local 150 - North Carolina Public Service Workers

United Electrical Workers (UE) Local 160 - Virginia Public Service Workers

United for Peace & Justice

United Teachers of Los Angeles

United Transportation Union (UTU) Local 1741 (San Francisco CA)

University Professional and Technical Employees (UPTE), CWA Local 9119

Al Avants, sec.-treas., United Food and Commercial Workers (UFCW) Local 373R*

Alex Gould, UFCW Local 328* (Providence, RI)

United Steelworkers of America (USWA) Local 8751 (Boston School Bus Drivers)

Steve Gillis, president, USWA Local 8751

Michael Donovan, research/education director, UNITE Local 169* (NYC)

Rev. Lucius Walker, Pastors for Peace

War Zone Education

Wasatch Coalition for Peace & Justice (Salt Lake City)

We the People of America (Arlington, VA)

Women's Economic Agenda Project (WEAP)

Workers Solidarity Alliance

Youth Leadership Support Network (Takoma Park, MD)

Howard Zinn, historian, professor emeritus, Boston University

* denotes organization listed for identification only

 

 

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