Spring Actions 2018 

List of endorsers of the spring actions

(list in formation)

​Coalition Against U.S. Foreign Military Bases

United National Antiwar Coalition (UNAC)

Black Alliance for Peace

​US Peace Council

​Code Pink

​United for Peace and Justice (UFPJ)

​Women's International League for Peace and Freedom, US Section

​Poor Peoples Economic Human Rights Campaign

​International Action Center

​Popular Resistance

​World Beyond War

​Veterans for Peace

​Green Party of the United States

​Korea Policy Institute

​Global Network Against Weapons & Nuclear Power in Space

​Peace Action of US Green Party


​International League of People's Struggle

​Okinawa Peace Appeal

​Nodutdol for Korean Community Development


​IFCO/Pastors for Peace

​ANSWER Coalition

​Office of the Americas

​Green Party of the United States Outreach Committee

​Hands Off Syria Coalition

​Teamsters Local 808

​Oakland Education Association

​Southern Anti-Racism Network

​North American Climate, Conservation and Environment

​National Coalition to Protect Student Privacy

​Labor Fightback Network

​Committee to Stop FBI Repression

​Friends of the Congo


​Environmentalists Against War

​All African People's Revolutionary Party

​Al-Quds Day Committee of New York

​North American Climate, Conservation and Environment(NACCE)

​Envirofest Corporation


​Geopolitics Alert

​Health Over Profit for Everyone

​Mobilization Against War and Occupation (MAWO) - Vancouver, Canada

​Toronto Association for Peace and Solidarity

​Show Up! America

​Center for Conscience in Action

Cindy Sheehan, Cindy Sheehan’s Soapbox
Alice Walker, author
Angela Davis

​School of the Americas Watch, Honduras Solidarity Network

Peace and Justice Committee, Uptown Progressive Action
​Greater Boston United for Justice with Peace Coalition

​Alameda County Peace and Freedom Party

​Peace Action Staten Island

​NYC-DSA Anti-War Working Group

​NYC War Resisters League

​Peace Action New York State

​New Jersey Peace Action

Quaker Grannies for Peace

Peace Action Bay Ridge

​New York Solidarity with Vieques

​Comite de Justicia en Ayotzinapa Comite Chicago

​Big Apple Coffee Party

​Labor Against Racist Terror

​Brooklyn for Peace

​Veterans For Peace - NYC Chapter 034

​Green Party of Brooklyn

​​Peace Action Manhattan

San Diego War Tax Resisters

​Green Party of New York County

​Sane Energy Project

​Democratic Socialists of America, San Francisco

15th Street Monthly Meeting (Quakers)

​Health Over Profit

​No War With Syria Austin

​Peralta Federation of Teachers

​Sacramento Area Peace Action


​Solidarity with Novorossiya & Antifascists in Ukraine

​Community Labor United for Postal Jobs & Service

​Green Party of Utah

​Alameda County Peace and Freedom Party

Green Party of Connecticut

​Bronx Community Greens

Green Party of Lake County Fl

​Physicians for Social Responsibility, San Francisco Bay Area Chapter

​​TLtC Justice & Peace Committee, NY

​Veterans For Peace, #92

Free Mumia Abu-Jamal Coalition NYC

​Denver Peace Council

​March for Health

Irthlingz Arts-Based Environmental Education

​Asian American Political Alliance/'69 Berkeley Third World Strikers

​North American Climate, Conservation and Environment(NACCE)

Native Lives Matter & Native Lives Matter Coalition

​Nuclear Age Peace Foundation

Maine War Tax Resistance Resource Center

​Move to Amend East Bay

​People's Power Assembly

Phoenix Anti-War Coalition

​Youth Against War and Racism

​NY Coalition For Human Rights in Catalonia

​Union for the Justice Laura Marx

​Berkeley Fellowship of Unitarian Universalists Social Justice Cttee

​San Diego Central Committee of the Peace and Freedom Party of California

Northeastern Connecticut Coalition Against US War

Christian Coalition for Justice and Peace in Congo

​Greater Boston Chapter of the Green-Rainbow Party

​Anti-Globalization Movement of Russia

435 Campaign for Global Justice

​Roots of Conflict

​Independent Advocates for Animals

People Demanding Action

​NJ State Industrial Union Council

​Occupy Sonoma County

​System Change Not Climate Change

​North Coast Coalition for Palestine

​350 Connecticut

​NY Coalition For Human Rights in Catalonia

​15th Street Monthly Meeting (Quakers)

​Metro West Peace Action

​Jersey City Peace Movement

​Bethlehem Neighbors for Peace

​Envirofest Corporation

​Ann Arbor Coalition Against the war

​Community Organizing Center, Columbus, OH

​Mt. Diablo Peace and Justice Center

​BFUU Social Justice Committee

​Green Party of Alameda County CA

​Xochipilli Latino Men's Circle

​Boston May Day Coalition

One Corea Now

Peace Action of San Mateo County

​NW Alliance for Alternative Medica and Education

Organization for the Victory of the People, Guyana, South America

Veterans for Peace, Chapter 71 Sonoma County
Green Party of Sonoma County

Speak Out Now

​Power to the Public

Peace & Justice Center of Sonoma County
Comité VIDA Sonoma County

​ PM Press

​Taking Actions

​Corning Silent Peace Vigil

​350 Bay Area

​Haiti Action Committee

APTP (Anti Police-Terror Project
Community Ready Corps

Petaluma Progressives

Greater New Haven Peace Council
Connecticut Coalition for Peace and Solidarity

Food Not Bombs
Hope Out Loud
Veterans for Peace – CT

Peaceworkers, San Francisco
Greater Hartford Coalition on Cuba

OWS Alternative Banking
​​Connecticut Green Party

​L.A. Harbor Peace Coalition

​New Wave Collective

Rachel Bruhnke for California Assembly District 70

Rev. George E. Blair III, esq, United Congregational Church

Father Luis Barrios, priest in charge, Iglesia Santa Cruz Holyrood Church, New York
​​Deanna Dee Taylor, Co-Chair, Green Party of the United States Peace Action Committee

Rafael Jesus Gonzalez, Poet Laureate of the city of Berkeley, CA

Michael Eisenscher, Bay Area Labor Committee for Peace & Justice
Nancy Price, Exec. Comm., Coalition Against U.S. Foreign Military Bases  

Patrick McCann, Veterans For Peace, past national president, current national board member
Blanca Missé, Labor Rising; International Women’s Strike*

Joe Catron, U.S. Coordinator, Samidoun: Palestinian Prisoner Solidarity Network
Alita Blanc, President, United Educators of San Francisco (UESF)*
Barbara L. Nielsen, Co-Chair, Nat’l DISARM-End Wars Committee, Women's International League for Peace & Freedom, United States Section*;  Member, WILPF San Francisco Branch*
Jeff Mackler, Northern California United National Antiwar Coal; Nat’l UNAC Administrative Comm.
Ellen Schwartz, former Program co-chair, Women’s International League for Peace & Freedom, U.S. Section
Jack Fleck, Steering Committee, 350 Bay Area
Mary Ratcliff, Editor, San Francisco Bay View, a National Black Newspaper
Pierre La Boissiere, Co-founder, Haiti Action Committee
Tova Fry, International Action Center
Monadel Herzallah, Labor organizer, antiwar activist
Walter Riley, Board Chair, Haiti Emergency Relief  Fund; Chair, Meiklejohn Civil Liberties Institute
Alan Benjamin, Steering Committee, Labor Fightback Network; delegate, SF Labor Council*
David Welsh, Vets for Peace East Bay Chapter 162; Haiti Action Commi.* delegate SF Labor Council*
Don Bechler, Chair, Single Payer Now
Rick Sterling, Steering Committee, Mt. Diablo Peace and Justice Center; Hands Off Syria Coalition
Paul George, Director, Peninsula Peace and Justice Center
Kamran Nayeri, Editor, Our Place in the World: A Journal of Ecosocialism
Stephen Bingham, Past President, SF Bay Area Chapter National Lawyers Guild; Marin Grassroots Coalition for Immigrant and Civil Rights*
Laura Herrera, Co-coordinator, Mobilization to Free Mumia Abu-Jamal
Alicia Jrapko, U. S. Coordinator, International Committee for Peace, Justice and Dignity.
Tom Lacey, Chair, San Francisco Peace and Freedom Party
Karl Kramer, Campaign Co-director, San Francisco Living Wage Coalition*
Dan Kaplan, Executive Sec., San Mateo Community College Federation of Teachers, AFT Local 1493
Francisco Herrera, Trabajo Cultural CAMINANTE /Cultural Worker/Educator
Ron Dicks, Past International Vice President Western Region, International Federation of Professional and Technical Employees (IFPTE), retired*
Ralph Schoenman and Mya Shone, Co-producers, Taking Aim, Pacifica Radio
Rhonda Ramiro, Vice Chair, BAYAN-USA
Carolina Dutton, Task Force on the Americas/Marin,
Bill Balderston, Teacher/labor activist
Bradley Wiedmaier, SEIU Local 2015 SF Labor Council delegate*
Barry Hermanson, San Francisco Green Party
Marsha Feinland, State Executive Committee, Peace & Freedom Party
Marylia Kelley, Tri-Valley CAREs
Clarence Thomas, ILWU Local 10, retired
Katharine Harer, Co-VP & Organizer, AFT 1493, San Mateo Community College Fed. of Teachers
Allan Fisher, AFT 2121 SF Labor Council delegate, CISPES
Attila Nagy, Pres., Peace & Justice Ctr. Sonoma County;*;Comité VIDA immigrant rts. organization*
Judith Mirkinson, National Lawyers Guild/ SF/Bay Area
Steve Ongerth, co-founder IWW Environmental Unionism Caucus*
Jahahara Amen-RA Alkebulan-Ma'at, Africans Deserve Reparations Campaign
Linda Ray, SEIU 1021 delegate to San Francisco Labor Council *
Susan Lamont, Veterans for Peace,* May 1st Coalition,* Green Party of Sonoma County, Police Brutality Coalition of Sonoma County*

Doug Minkler, Poster Artist

​Alice Loaiza, March Patriotica Columbia

David Walsh, Past President TCU/IAM 1089 *

​Thomas Bias, Labor Fightback Network *

​Phoebe Sorgen, Delegate to Green Party USA National Committee
Tarik Kanaana, Green Party of Sonoma County; May 1st Coalition*
Peter Phillips, Professor Political Sociology Sonoma State University
Laurence Shoup, author, activist, Green Party*
Michael Parenti, author, lecturer
Martha Hubert and Renay Davis, San Francisco Code Pink
Eugene E . Ruyle, Veterans for Peace, East Bay Chapter #162

Michael Eisenscher, National Coordinator Emeritus, US Labor Against the War*

Michele Mashburn, Coordinator, San Jose Peace and Justice Center

Our Developing World
Stan Woods, Former Exec. Bd. Member, ILWU Local 6

​Northern California Communist Party/USA

Bay Area International Socialist Organization

​Communist Party USA


Freedom Socialist Party
Workers Voice/La Voz
Socialist Action
Socialist Organizer
Labor Fightback Network
Workers World Party
Socialist Viewpoint


*organization for identification only