as of 1/12/2001
*for identification purposes only
Listed alphabetically below

International Action Center

Endorsers listed alphabetically:


A Job is a Right Campaign

Abayomi Azikiwe, Pan-African News Wire

Activist Student Union of the School of the Art Institute of Chicago African American Holiday Assoc.(AAHA)

African Liberation Month Coalition

African Liberation Support Campaign, UK

AFSCME Council 92 and Local 1072 (Maryland city workers)

AFSCME DC 37, Local 1930 Executive Board, New York Public Library Guild

AFT Local 3882

Al-Awda, The Palestine Right to Return Coalition

Alice E. Kelsey, Sisters for Christian Community*

All Peoples Congress, Baltimore, Md.

All-African Peoples Revolutionary Party

Alliance for Global Justice

Alternative Press Center

American Women’s Work

Americans for Social Justice

Amnesty International of NC State

Anarchist Action of Rochester

Andres Martinez, teacher, Thornton High School; co-sponsor, Students for Justice

Andrew Kay Liberman, Committee to Restore City Life/UrbanForest/CarShareLA*

Angela Jackson, student, Webster University, St. Louis, MO, O17 Coalition*


Angels Without Wings

Anthony Freddie, Chair, Gary Graham/ Shaka Sankofa Coalition for Justice Anti-impérialist Front (France)

Anti-imperialist League, Belgium

Anti-War Committee, Minnesota


Asatar Bair, University of Massachusetts

Atlanta Millions for Mumia

Australian Coalition Against the Death Penalty

Australians Against Execution

Bard Prison Initiative

Bay Area Information Network for Africa (BAINA)

Bill Casey, Associate professor Keiai University, Japan Fred Jakobcic, AFSCME, Utility Food Service Worker, Marquette, MI

Black Awareness Alliance, Gavilan College, Gilroy, CA

Boston-Cambridge Greens

Brandywine Peace Community

Brent Buell, writer, New York, NY

Brian Lutenegger, student, University of Wisconsin-Madison Student

Buffalo Activist Network

Burt Blackburne, Communications Electrical &Plumbing Union*, Australia


California Prison Focus

Campaign Against Wrongful Convictions

Campaign for Labor Rights

Campaign to End the Death Penalty

Canadian Coalition Against the Death Penalty

Caribbean and Latin America Support Project

CAW 2213, North Vancouver, BC

Center for Critical Consciousness

Central Coast Peace and Environmental Council

Cheryl Lee, Mankato, MN, Dist.24 Mankato Area Green Party

Children’s Prison Arts Project, Houston, Texas

Christopher Judge, Sahaja Yoga*

Cindy Holscher, Sales Management, Olathe, KS

Circle Greens—University of Illinois at Chicago

Citizens United for Alternatives to the Death Penalty

Clarity Press, Inc., Atlanta, GA

Coalition Against Global Exploitation, Baltimore, MD

Coalition for Social Justice

Coalition for Social Justice

College Feminists, University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee

College Voice, College of Staten Island

Colombia Action Committee, NYC

Colombia Action Committee, NYC

Colombia Action Network

Colombia Solidarity Committe in Chicago

Columbia Student Solidarity Network

COMCONSULT, Switzerland

Comité Pro Rescate y Desarrollo de Vieques

Committee for Peace and Human Rights, Boston, MA

Committee for the Liberation of Mumia Abu-Jamal of Florence, Italy

Committee of 500 Years, Cleveland, OH

Community Organizing Center

Compasssionn Over Killing

Conflict Transformation Program, Harrisonburg, VA

Connecticut Green Party

Convoglio di Solidarietà Internazionalista Giorgiana Masi

Corvallis Action on Globalization


Critical Resistance

Daniel Biss

DC Coalition to Stop the U.S. War on Iraq

Detroit Coalition to Stop the Execution of Mumia Abu-Jamal

Diane deVeaux, PSC CUNY*

Disabled But Able For Mumia And The DPOCS

Dominican Workers Party-PTD

Don DeBar, Ossining (NY) Progressive Alliance

Donna R. Nassor, Attorney at Law, Selinsgrove, PA

Dr Norman A Handy Sr, City Councilman, Baltimore, MD

Dr. Bob Allen and family

Dr. Glen T. Martin, President, International Philosophers for Peace (IPPNO)

Dr. John Gilbert, U Foreign Language Instructors, SNUR-CGIL Trade Union (Rome, Italy)

Dr. Thomas E. Fitch, College of Liberal Arts, University of Minnesota Ecological Villagers Alliance, Oakland, CA

Ed Tant, Athens Human Rights Festival Committee* (Georgia) Editions Démocrite (France)

Faith S. Holsaert, writer and teacher, Tahoma Park, MD

Fathers for Justice

Food Not Bombs - New Brunswick, NJ

Food Not Bombs, Richmond, VA

Food Not Bombs—Olympia

Freedom Archives

Freedom Road Socialist Organization

Fuerza de la Revolucion


George Goloff, Shop Steward, Mailhandlers Local 300*

George Lyne, East Coast Coordinator, WE THE PEOPLE....

George Washington University Action Coalition

German Coalition to Abolish the Death Penalty

Global Network Against Weapons & Nuclear Power in Space

Global Pastry Uprising-Rainbow Affinity Group

Global Women’s Strike

Gregory Lewis, concerned citizen/angry voter

Grinnell Coalition In Defense of Mumia Abu-Jamal

Groove Embassy Records

Grt. Pt. Jefferson Outreach Center

Haiti Support Network

Hammerhard MediaWorks

Heather Starssberger

Heidi Plowe, Amnesty International*, Active Students for a Healthy Environment*

Holistic Health Practitioner, Atlanta, GA

Homeless Action for Necessary Development

Human Deeds for Human Rights

IHRAAM, Canada

INCITE: Women of Color Against Violence

Instant Antiwar Action Group, Vermont

Instant Antiwar Action Group, Vermont

International Action Center

International Action Center- San Diego

International Black Women for Wages for Housework

International Concerned Family and Friends of Mumia Abu-Jamal

International Executive Committee of the Freedom Socialist Party

International Prostitutes Collective

International Socialist Organization

International Wages for Housework Campaign

Irish Republican Socialist Committees of North America

Ismael Guadalupe

Italian Chapter of the Jericho Movement

Italian Coalition to Abolish the Death Penalty

It’s About Time Committee

Jahahara AlKebulan-Ma’at National Coalition of Blacks for Reparations in America

Jean Basinger, peace activist, United Methodist Church, Des Moines, Iowa

Jean Rabenold, Pres, Unitarian Universalists for Alternatives to the Death Penalty

Jessica Zakrzewski, student, Univeristy of Minnesota

Jim Yarker, student and union member

Jo McIntire, Florida Peace and Justice*

Joel Kovel, Green Party*

Joey First, A.G.C. Collective*

John Makohen, Utica College of Syracuse University, tattooist/body piercer

John Small, Nagasaki College of Foreign Languages, Japan

John Zeh, journalist, Cincinnati, OH

Johnson State College Activist Coalition

Jonathan Biss

Joseph Catron, Blue Ridge Earth First!*

Justice Action Movement

Karataboxom (youth group)

Kate Mendenhall, Bowdoin College, Brunswick, ME

Kent Student Anti-Racist Action

Labor Art & Mural Project

Leslie Feinberg, a founder of Rainbow Flags for Mumia, NWU/UAW Local 1981

Linda A. Griesi

LISN - League of Indigenous Sovereign Nations

Local 1199

Local 144 SEIU hospital workers union

Local 169 UNITE!

Louis Posner, Esq., Chairman, Voter March

Mad Anarchist Bakers League, Ohio

Maine Campfire Collective

Maine College Students for Mumia

Malcolm X Association, Italy

Maria Simmons, student, Albany, NY

Mark Burwinkel, disabled activist, Cincinnatti, OH

Mark Taylor, Academics for Mumia Abu-Jamal

Martha Grevatt, auto worker, National Secretary, Pride At Work—AFL-CIO

Mary Mann, Student, University of Central Florida

Mary Sean Hodges OP, Peace & Justice Promoter, Mission San Jose Dominicans

Mary Zoeter, Action for Animals Network*

Mass Earth First!


Matt Hayashi, student, Brown University

Matthew Glesmann, Colorado State U, Green Party*, Amnesty International*

Matthew Shneider, attorney

Melanie L Stibick, graduate student at University of Wisconsin-Madison

Melody Blass, student, Editor-in-Chief, Weathervane Magazine

Merrill Cole, Ph.D., Acting Instructor of English, University of Washington

Metro D.C. Committee of Correspondence

Metropolitan Council on Housing

Michael Collins, Founding Member, Edward Wright Justice Coalition*

Michael Morrissey, Lecturer in English, Univ. of Kassel, Germany

Michael Parenti, author of "To Kill a Nation"

Michael Ratner, vice-president, Center for Constitutional Rights*

Michelle Kimball, International Peace Project/FOR*

Michelle VanNatta, College Instructor, Northwestern University

Mid-Hudson National Peoples Campaign

Mihajlo Balic, student, Denton, TX

Millions for Mumia

Minnie Bruce Pratt, author and anti-racist activist

Moms for Justice

Monica Moorehead and Gloria La Riva, presidential candidates, WWP

Movimiento Independencia Unidad y Cambio-MIUCA

Movimiento Popular Dominicano

Movimiento por la Construccion del Partido Socialista

Mr. & Mrs. Delmar G. Clark, retired, Rockford, IL

Mumia Abu-Jamal Support Network in Maine

Mumia Defense Committee, Rochester, NY

National Peoples Campaign

New York City Greens

Nicaragua Network

Nick Mamatas, writer, Greenwich Village Gazette*, National Writers Union*

NJ Hiroshima Remembrance Day Committee

North Coast Xpress

NY Coalition to Free Mumia

Oregon Committee to Re-Elect NOBODY for President

Pan-African Students Union, Wayne State University, Detroit

Partido 24 de abril

Partido Comunista del Trabajo-PCT

Pastors for Peace - DC chapter

Paul O’Hanlon, National Union of Students*, Scotland

Paul Williams, Coalition for Peace & Justice/Unplug Salem*


PEACE, Wilmington, NC

Penn State chapter of Students And Youth Against Racism

Penn State Committee to Free Mumia Abu-Jamal

Pennsylvania Abolitionists United Against the Death Penalty

Peoples Fightback Center, Cleveland, OH

Peter Phillips, Project Censored

Philadelphia/Cardens Sister city Initiative

Pioneer Valley Village

Presbyterian Peace Fellowship

Prison Reform Coalition

Progressive Action Organization - U of Wisconsin Stevens Point

Progressive Student Alliance - Cal Poly

Queer Equity Advocate

Queers for Racial and Economic Justice

RADCom, Inc.

Radical Jewish Action Project

Rainbow Flags for Mumia

Ramsey Clark, former U.S. attorney general

Ray Martínez, Jr., Philadelphia Chapter Chair SEIU Local 668 (Pennsylvania Social Services Union)

Real Democracy, Washington DC

Reality News Network

Red Gate Earth First!


Refuse and Resist

Renacer Machetero

Resyster, San Francisco, CA

Rev. Al Sharpton, National Action Network

Rev. Douglas B. Hunt, Ph.D., Justice Action*

Richmond Anti-Globalization Network

RightWatch Project, Richmond, VA

Rochester Food Not Bombs

Rochester Mumia Defense Committee

Ron Jacobs, author Burlington, VT

Ruth Holbrook- Sacramento Central Labor Council

Ryan Verzaal, student, St. Augustine, FL

S. King County Green Party

SALAAM! (South Asian League of Artists in AMerica)

San Diego Coalition to Stop the Execution of Mumia

San Diego Student Action Network, Southwestern College

San Francisco Food Not Bombs

San Francisco Labor Council (AFL-CIO)

San Pedro Alternative Media Council

Santa Cruz Coalition to Free Mumia Abu-Jamal and all political prisoners

Saxakali: connecting communities of color across the world

Sexual Minorities Archives

Simmons College Feminist Union

SMACO - Southern Maryland Activists Coalition

SMC Political Science Club

Socialist Forum of Ghana, Accra, Ghana

Socialist Party of Greater Philadelphia

Soph Davenport, SMWIA Local 66*, Pride At Work*, IWW Olympia Branch*

Stephen Krevisky, Professor of Mathematics, Central CT. Green Party*

Steve LaFayette, IA 476, IBEW 1220*, Chicago, IL

Storm of ‘38 Memorial Park Coalition, Inc

Storm Seve Henry, student, West Lafayette, IN

Stuart F. Chen-Hayes, Ph.D., Lehman College

Student Action Collective, Bard College

Students for Economic and Environmental Justice, College of William and Mary

Students for Social Change

Sunita Devi Ali, Great Valley High, Newton Sq., PA

Susan Westmoreland, Cop Watch of Greensboro N.C*


Tennessee Coalition to Abolish State Killing

Texas Coalition to Abolish the Death Penalty

Texas Death Penalty Abolition Movement

The Engaged Zen Foundation

The Green Party of New Jersey

The Move Organization

The Real Democracy Project

The Real Illumination on the Prison Population

Therapists for Families of Prisoners

Thomas F Gillespie, National Assoc.of Letter Carriers*

Thomas Johansson, editor, The Overwhelmer*, the University of Chicago

Tom Miller, Global Exchange*

Toolbox Productions

Trudy Rudnick, Organizer, AFT Local 3882*


United Students Against Sweatshops at San Diego State University

Vassar College Student Activists Union

Veterans of Domestic Wars

Vieques Support Campaign

Vince Hayner, Project coordinator, Circle Greens

Vincent A. Griesi

W. Mundle, Halifax, Nova Scotia

Wages Due Lesbians

Walter E. Davis, Professor in Ethics of Sport

Washington Peace Center

Western Pa. Committee to Free Mumia Abu-Jamal

WinVisible: Women with Visible and Invisible Disabilities

Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom

Workers World Party

World Federalist Association

Writers for Mumia

Youth for International Socialism


For more information or to become an endorser of the January 20 Protest Against Bush's Inauguration contact:

International Action Center
39 West 14th Street, Room 206
New York, NY 10011
fax: 212 633-2889


phone: 212 633-6646