[act-ma] 11/27: 5pm @ Park St. - Stand with Palestine - Oppose Bush's Phony Peace Conference

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Sun Nov 25 16:19:45 PST 2007

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*/Stand with the People of Palestine/
Oppose Bush's Phony Peace Conference

Tuesday, Nov 27
5 pm
Park St. Station
Downtown Boston

On Tuesday, November 27, during Bush's phony peace conference, activists 
across the U.S. will be in the streets demanding:

* Get out of Iraq and Afghanistan NOW
* Stop preparations for war under the guise of "peace," from Iran to 
Syria, Palestine and Lebanon
* Free Palestine -- Support the Right to Return and self-determination
* End the blockade of Gaza
* Occupation is a crime, from Iraq to Palestine

Join us Tuesday at 5 pm - for more information, call 617.522.6626.

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The Troops Out Now Coalition has released the following statement in 
response to the Annapolis meeting: /


*Call Off Bush's phony Annapolis 'peace meeting'

A Call for Protest


Across the Country--Protest on November 27 & 28*

We call on the anti-war movement to organize and demonstrate on November 
27 & 28, during President George W. Bush's phony "peace meeting" at the 
Naval Academy in Annapolis, Md.

It is a monumental insult to the people of the Middle East and all 
justice-minded people that war criminal Bush would dare to convene a 
"peace meeting" while Washington continues to bring occupation, genocide 
and devastation to Iraq and Afghanistan, destabilization to Palestine 
and Lebanon, and constant threats to Iran and Syria in its quest for oil 
and colonial empire. This phony meeting should be called off.

As an anti-war movement, we must ask ourselves: Can we allow the war 
criminals, who time after time have callously ignored the anti-war 
majority in the U.S. and globally, to get away with this outrageous farce?

Some may be confused about the purpose of the Annapolis meeting, so 
let's speak plain truth: It isn't really about peace and justice for the 
Palestine--it's about deception, occupation and war. It's about 
isolating popular forces and countries that reject U.S. rule. It's about 
attempting to force new concessions on the Palestinian people, while 
attempting to normalize relations between Saudi Arabia and other Arab 
governments with Israel. All while Tel Aviv continues its all-out 
assault on the Palestinian people. And it's about preparing for a new war.

At this moment, Palestinians in Gaza are being deprived of food, fuel, 
medicines and other basic necessities by an economic embargo imposed by 
Israel and backed by the U.S. Meanwhile, more Israeli settlements, 
roads, walls and checkpoints are being set up in the West Bank each day. 
Palestinian, Arab and Muslim communities in the U.S. have also been 
subjected to a war of racist repression and need our support

*Beyond pretending to be a "peace broker," Bush hopes that the Annapolis 
meeting will:

    * *Divide and weaken the just struggle of the Palestinian people;*
    * *Prop up the unstable Israeli occupation regime;*
    * *Legitimize and strengthen the illegal occupation of Iraq and
      Afghanistan, and U.S. plans for colonization of the whole Middle
    * *Help prepare for aggression and war against Iran.*

Representatives of the Israeli apartheid regime will be in Annapolis, 
along with some Palestinian and other Arab forces that are under severe 
pressure from Washington or are willingly in its orbit. Those who refuse 
to tow the line have not been invited or chosen to boycott the meeting.

We must not be silent when the war criminals in the White House and 
Pentagon are talking peace - while waging war and planning new wars. 
This is the time for anti-war forces to take a strong stand!

* Get out of Iraq and Afghanistan NOW
* Stop preparations for war under the guise of "peace," from Iran to 
Syria, Palestine and Lebanon
* Free Palestine -- Support the Right to Return and self-determination
* End the blockade of Gaza
* Occupation is a crime, from Iraq to Palestine*

Initiated by:
Troops Out Now Coalition

/(Endorsers List in formation)

/_*Initial signers*_/
Arab American Union Members Council
Al-Awda - Palestine Right To Return Coalition, NY & Omaha
American Iranian Friendship Committee
Artists and Activists United for Peace
All India Anti-imperialist Forum
Asia-Pacific Action
All Peoples Congress
Ahmad Kawash, Palestine American Congress, Executive Board, Boston
Abayomi Azikiwe, Editor of Pan-African News Wire
Angeles Maestro, former MP, Spain, Corriente Roja
Amr El-Bayoumi, Alexandria Association of Human Rights Activists (Egypt)
Alexander Moumbaris, Les dossiers du BIP (Editions Démocrite)
Bisphop Filipe C. Teixeira, OFSJC, Northeast Diocese of St. Francis of 
Assisi, CCA
Bernadette Ellorin - BAYAN USA*
Brenda Stokely - NYC Labor Against the War*
BRussell's Tribunal
Campaign for Healthcare Not Warfare
Campaign to Free Ahmad Sa'adat
Chuck Turner - Boston City Councilor
Elena Everett, GPAX*, North Carolina Green Party*
Gloria Pérez Berrocal - TV producer, Spain
F.I.S.T.-Fight Imperialism Stand Together
Haiti Support Network
Harlem Tenants Council
International Action Center
Isma'il Kushkush, Journalist
Itziar Maqua Pérez - Realizadora - Spain
Jaume d'Urgell -, reporter - Spain
Javier Maqua Lara - Film writer and director, Spain
Javier Maqua Pérez - Antropólogo - Spain
Jersey City Peace Movement
Joachim Guilliard, Irak Koordination Germany
Joaquín Suárez López - jubilado - Spain
Kamau Franklin, Malcolm X Grassroots Movement-NY*
Lenora Foerstel, Women for Mutual Security
Lynne Stewart
Malcolm X Grassroots Movement, Oakland Chapter
Millions for Mumia
New England Human Rights Organization for Haiti
NJ Solidarity - Activists for the Liberation of Palestine
NY Committee to Free the Cuban Five
Pakistan-USA Freedom Forum
Pam Africa, Internat'l Concerned Family & Friends of Mumia Abu-Jamal
Peoples Video Network
Queers for Peace & Justice
Spanish Campaign to end the Occupation and for the Sovereignty of Iraq
Stop War On Iran Campaign
Susan Abulhawa, Author (Scar of David)
Womens' Fightback Network


*_Action Center For Justice, Charlotte, NC
Aiken Peace, Aiken, SC
All Peoples Congress, Baltimore, MD
American Heritage Service, Inc. And The Ecotopian Society, Brodhead, WI
American Television Systems, Warwick, NY
Arlington South Naples.fl, Naples, FL
Association Of Humanitarian Lawyers, San Francisco, CA
Awidspi, Hamburg, hARBURB, Germany
Concerned Citizens For Peace, Hemlock, NY
Delhi Pradesh National Panthers Party, India And National Journalists 
Front (india), New Delhi, Delhi, India
Duval Greens Party, Jacksonville, FL
Eyes Wide Open International, Nampa, ID
Free Iraq Now, Anaheim, CA
Guyanese American Workers United, New York, NY
Kansas Chapter Of The National Action Network, Stockton, KS
Keep On Truckin` For Peace, Cincinnati, OH
Peace Bakersfield, Bakersfield, CA
Peoples Video Network, New York, NY
Riverside Area Peace And Justice Action (rapja), Riverside, CA
Sullivan Peace & Justice, Narrowsburg, NY
Take Back America Now, Rock Island, IL
Team Effort Against Media Monopolies, Clovis, CA
The B. L. Winch Group, Inc., Fawnskin, CA
The People's Advocacy Group (pag), Brooklyn, NY
The Politically Incorrect Cabaret, AL
Thevoters.org, Long Beach, CA
Union Por Los Derechos Humanos La Plata, La Plata, Buenos Aires, Argentina
Veterans For Constitutional Respect, Wilcox , PA
Working Democracy, Santa Monica, CA

_*Individual Endorsers*_

Patricia Abdullah, Downey, CA
Margaret Albert, San Antonio, TX
Stella M. Aleman De Gallardo, Art Model, Woodside, NY
Jane Algozzini, retired social worker, Dysart, PA
Virgil Alley, Aurora, MO
Mazen Almoukdad, Founder, Free Iraq Now, Anaheim, CA
Charles Alverson, Playa Del Rey, CA
Sheila Amies-byron, Private*, Paignton, Non USA, United Kingdom
Eric Anderson, Activist, Yellowcakewalk.net*, Washington, DC
Afaf Aniba, Independent, Algiers, Algeria
Ricardo Araújo, Porto, Portugal
Pegi Ard, Pueblo, CO
Toni Arenstein, Ny, NY
Deb Arnason, volunteer, Code Pink, Grim, Military Families For Peace, 
Stop The Torture Now, Etc*, Alva, FL
Dolores Arond, VP, Sjhla*, Northridge, CA
Barbara Aswad, Dr., Claremont, CA
Sha Azedi, Coordinator, Riverside Area Peace And Justice Action (rapja), 
Riverside, CA
Jj Barrera, Austin, TX
Tighe Barry, Code Pink L.a.*, Santa Monica, CA
Russell Bates, Berkeley, CA
Jaime Becker, San Francisco, CA
Lynn Beckman, Colorado Springs, CO
Severin Behnen, Ucla*, Los Angeles, CA
Robert Benito, Ely, MN
Katarina Bergh, Somerville, MA
Greta Berlin, International Solidarity Movement*, Los Angeles, CA
Greta Berlin, Member, Women In Black Los Angeles*, Los Angeles, CA
Suzanne Berry, Lopez Island, WA
Jerome Bibuld, Danbury, CT
Lola Bice, teacher, San Francisco, CA
Thomas W. Billing, Springfield, OH
Tim Blair, president, Http://timjblair.spaces.live.com, Seattle, WA
Diana Bohn, Berkeley, CA
Marla Bottesch, Norridgewock, ME
Mark Bradshaw-miller, Pastor, Westminster Presbyterian Church*, Saint 
Louis, MO
Burnard Brady, Sacramento, CA
Lenni Brenner, Author, New York, NY
Adela Brent, Counsellor, Zigzag Young Women's Resource Centre Inc.*, 
Brisbane, Queensland, Australia
Steven Brewer, Auburn, NY
Richard Brinton, Salinas, CA
Lois Brooks, Justicejane.org*, Novi, MI
James Brown, Syracuse, NY
Ronald Brown, Troops Out Now*, Longmont, CO
Sarah Brownrigg, Kairos Productions*, Santa Fe, NM
Gregory Butterfield, Member, Nat'l Organization Of Legal Support 
Workers, Uaw*, New York, NY
Darla Cain, Fairborn, OH
Mary Calese, Port St. Lucie, FL
Nicholas Camerota, Professor of Philosophy & Political Theory, 
Springfield (mass.) Technical Community College*, Springfield, MA
John Cannizzaro, TAXPAYER, Lodi, NJ
Anthony Capobianco, South Park, PA
Lorraine Caputo, documentary poet, Columbia, MO
Alan Carlson, Board Secretary, Kfai, Fresh Air Radio*, Saint Paul, MN
Betty Carr, Denver, CO
Doug Casner, Mi Wuk Village, CA
James Casteris, retired, Newton, MA
John Catalinotto, managing editor, Workers World Newspaper*, New York, NY
Steven Ceci, Volunteer Organizer, All Peoples Congress, Baltimore, MD
Pat Chefalo, Rochester, NY
Charity Luv Colbert, Member, Working Democracy, Santa Monica, CA
Marie Theresa Colgan Buckno, REAL PRESIDENT OF USA, Newport, TN, 
Harold Conaway, teacher, Lawnside, NJ
Maryann Coombe, Philadelphia, PA
Mike Coop, Memphis, TN
Ricardo Corrales Sáenz, Master en Agronegocios, Consultor 
Independiente*, Heredia, Heredia, Costa Rica
Catherine Cox, Warrenville, IL
William John Cox, Thevoters.org, Long Beach, CA
Jessica Cresseveur, New Albany, IN
Joyce Crowley, Morton, PA
Elizabeth Cuprak, Gardiner, ME
Lois D, retired teacher, Grosse Pointe Farms, MI
Glory Dassi, home health aide, El Prado, NM
Susan E. Davis, National Writers Union, Uaw Local 1981*, New York, NY
Thierry Deshayes, Scottsdale, AZ
Bob Dierker, Hicksville, NY
David Dixon, Coordinator, Action Center For Justice, Charlotte, NC
Peggy Donahue, Yoga Instructor, Allenspark, CO
Octavian Paul Draja, Arad, Arad, Romania
Walter Ducharme, retired, Cambridge, MA
Tim Duda, American Federation Of Teachers (ret)*, San Antonio, TX
Betty Dudney, www.goldenrulefamily.org, Peace Bakersfield, Bakersfield, CA
Danny Dyche, Hillsboro, OR
Jeannette Eaton, San Jose, CA
Wendy Ebersberger, Front Royal, VA
Erick Ehrhorn, Kailua, HI
Frances Elder, Seiu*, Snohomish, WA
Gregory Elich, Columbus, OH
Obiora Embry, Lexington, KY
Douglas Estes, San Francisco, CA
Barbara & J. Glenn Evans, Seattle, WA
Bonnie Faith-smith, Rev., Cambridge, MA
Faramarz Farbod, Adjunct Instructor of Politics, Moravian College*, 
Nazareth, PA
Alan Feigenberg, professor of architecture, The City College Of New 
York*, Bronx, NY
Mary Finley, Mineral Point, WI
Mary Lou Finley, Peace And Freedom Party*, Lemon Grove, CA
L Fisher, Landover Hills, MD
Frances Fitzgerald, Farmington, MI
Chris And Mary Fogarty, Chicago, IL
Kamau Franklin, Malcolm X Grassroot Movement*, New York, NY
Michael Freed, Union City, CA
Angela Garibaldi, Los Angeles, CA
Kp Garrison, Greenville Co., SC
Jacque Gaston, Visalia, CA
Richard Gaulke, Yakima, WA
Sister Mary Fran Gebhard, Justice and Paece Coordinator, Benedictine 
Sister St. Bede Monastery*, Eau Claire , WI
Robert Gendron, Executive Consultant, Celticmyst&heather*, Winchester, VA
Patricia George, Female Human Being Who Volunteers To Make A Difference, 
Camp Verde, AZ
Kasum Geylani, Cape May, NJ
Mahmoud Ghoneim, Researcher, Columbia University*, Mohegan Lake, NY
Ronald Goodman, Chief Executive Director, Eyes Wide Open International, 
Nampa, ID
Antonscott Goustin, Harper Woods, MI
Lauren Graham, San Francisco, CA
Barbara Green, Clatskanie, OR
Rich Green, Seaside,, CA
Becky B Gregory, Bloomington, IN
Becky B. Gregory, Bloomington, IN
Claire Gregory, Bloomington, IN
Judith Greil, Tucson, AZ
Donna Guenther, M.d., Richmond, CA
Chet Guinn, Peace & Justice Advocate, Methodist Federation For Social 
Action*, Des Moines, IA
Susan Gwynne, San Francisco, CA
Russ Hallberg, Oregon City, OR
Michael Halmick, Bourbon, MO
Ruth Harman, U Mass Amherst*, Durham, , NC
Katherine Harper, Associate Professor, Loyola Marymount University*, 
Playa Del Rey, CA
Sue Harris, co-Director, Peoples Video Network, New York, NY
Donald Hart, Answer*, Baltimore, MD
Marianne Hart, General Executive Board, United Electrical Workers*, 
Garden Grove, CA
Ann Kristine Hellgren, Gardena, CA
Karen Henderson, Bakersfield, CA
Evangeline Henselmann, New York, NY
Harold Hickman, Calabash, NC
John Hill, Jr., Petaluma Progressives*, Petaluma,, CA
Frances Hillyard, Berkeley, CA
Tsehai Hiwot, administration, Troops Out Now*, Jersey City, NJ
Joan Hoff, professor, Montana State University*, Big Sky, MT
Eleanor Holmes, Great Falls, VA
Donna Holt, Columbus, GA
Joyce Holubec, Private*, San Antonio, TX
David Houck, Philadelphia, PA
Vernon Huffman, bicyclist, Catalysts Of Hope*, Scholls, OR
Patricia Hughes, Rensselaer, NY
George B. Hutchinson, Corvallis, OR
Paul Impola, Albany, NY
Jain Irvine, Venice, CA
Debra Istvanik-strotman, Monongahela, PA
Jean-marie Jacoby, journalist, Roude Fiisschen - Marxisten-leninisten Zu 
Letzebuerg*, Luxemburg, Luxemburg, Luxemburg
Robert Janusko, West Milford, NJ
Howard Johnson, Elder, United Presbyterian Church*, Los Angeles, CA
Joy & Dwayne Johnson, Las Vegas, NV
Fred Kajn, Buddhists For Peace*, Winter Park, FL
Inga Kaminski, Chicago, IL
Sherman Kane, Woodhaven, NY
Elizabeth Karan, Oakland, CA
Don Kelly, Bigelow, AR
Delma Kernan, Ames, IA
Margaret Keylin, Frederiksted, vi
Edward Kilty, Chairman/Activist, Duval Greens Party, Jacksonville, FL
Andrew Kimes, Cotati, CA
Sam King, Cottage Grove, OR
Cary Kittner, Barrytown, NY
A.b. Kovats, Stevensville, MT
Eugene Labovitz, San Diego, CA
Eugene Labovitz, Emeritus Professor, University Of San Diego*, San Diego, CA
Larry Lambert, Palm Springs, CA
Patty Langford, Tatum, TX
Sharri Lapierre, Artist*, Vancouver, WA
Barry Latham-ponneck, Sebastopol, CA
David & Judith Laws, Bellingham, WA
Isolt Lea, Gainessville, FL
Lynda Leibowitz, Tuxedo Park, NY
Raymond Leszczak, Avenel, New Jersey, United States
Raymond Leszczak, Avenel, new Jersey
Emily Lewis, Amherst, MA
S Likes, Putnam Valley, NY
Carolyn Lilly, San Diego, CA
Eric Lind, Sudbury, MA
Dave Lindblom, Mount Pleasant, UT
Willy Lipschutz, Hollywood, FL
Rob Litchfield , Pulteney, NY
Annie Lo, Student, Crofton, MD
Ralph Loeffler, Pittstown, NJ
Thomas Long, retired, Ecu*, Greenville, NC
Nancy S. Lovejoy, Wilbraham, MA
Patsy Lowe, Simi Valley, CA
Lewis Lucas, Catasauqua, PA
Arthur Machia, President, American Television Systems, Warwick, NY
K Macqueen, Los Angeles, CA
Ven. Kobutsu Malone, Sedgwick, ME
Brian Malovany, Oakland , CA
Patricia A Marks, New York City, NY
Judith Martinez, Port St Lucie, FL
Nancy Martinez, El Cajon, CA
Jennifer Suzanne Martino, Owner, Self Interested*, Dixon, CA
Douglas Mccool, Philadelphia, PA
Melissa Mccullough, Tacoma, WA
John Meiser, Eugene, OR
Elissa Menconi, Dorchester, MA
Lisle Merriman, Montpelier, VT
Joyce Miller, New York, NY
Scott Miller, Ukiah, CA
Karen Mitchell Carothers, Baltimore, MD
Mahmoud Mohamed, Gainesville, GA
Chuck Mohan, President, Guyanese American Workers United, New York, NY
Andrew Moriarty, member, Topanga Peace Alliance*, Woodland Hills, CA
Phoebe Moyer, Actress/Teacher, Greenbrae, CA
Maryanne Muller, Brooklyn, NY
Bahieh Musa, Falls Church, VA
Mary Mutch, La Crosse, WI
Lawrence Nader, Retired, Canonsburg, PA
Alison Njora, Brooklyn Center, MN
Mariana Nogales, Humacao , Puerto Rico, Puerto Rico
James M Nordlund, Communications Director, Kansas Chapter Of The 
National Action Network, Stockton, KS
Robert Nuzum, Saint Petersburg, FL
Robert Nuzum, St Petersburg, FL
Tim Oconnor, member, Nfp*, Alliance, Nebraska
Walter Oczkowski, Deerfield, NY
Susan Offerdahl, Teacher, Bagley, MN
Betty Ojeda, Union Por Los Derechos Humanos La Plata, La Plata, Buenos 
Aires, Argentina
Erik Ortiz, Broomfield, CO
Lavonne Otwell, Marietta, GA
Christina Pacosz, Kansas City, MO
Jordan Pakaki, El Paso, TX
Russell Park, Brooklyn Park, MD
Karen Parker, president, Association Of Humanitarian Lawyers, San 
Francisco, CA
Thomas Pauley, Portrait Artist, York, SC
Earl Perry, Milwaukee, WI
Marc Pilisuk, Professor, Saybrook Graduate School*, Berkeley, CA
Drake Pirkle, Retired, Fiber Optics*, Lubbock,, TX
Perry Primm, Houston, TX
Michael Quinn, Burbank, CA
Lauren Range, St. Louis, MO
Julius Rasmussen, Jr., President, Team Effort Against Media Monopolies, 
Clovis, CA
James Ratliff, Louisa, KY
Mary & Dr. Robert Reader, Coalition For Peace And Justice*, Villas, NJ
Mark Reback, Los Angeles, CA
Jackie Reckas, Marriage, Family, Child Therapist, Pleasanton, CA
Rik Reynolds, Joyce, WA
Gary Ribovic, Concerned Citizen & Vietnam Veteran against All Wars of 
Oppression, Veterans For Constitutional Respect, Wilcox , PA
Gary Ribovic, Organizer, Veterans For Constitutional Respect, Wilcox , PA
John Riccio, organizer, Arlington South Naples.fl, Naples, FL
Louis Rimbach, Salisbury, MD
Michael Riordan, Bolton, CT
Mario Rivera, Winter Haven, FL
Edouard Rocher, Centerville, MA
Beth Rockwell, Erie, PA
Joan Rowland, Tucson, AZ
Gloria Rubac, Steward, Houston Federation Of Teachers, Local 2415*, 
Houston, TX
Lenny Ruderman, Yonkers, NY
Sanjoy Sachdev, President, Delhi Pradesh National Panthers Party, India 
And National Journalists Front (india), New Delhi, Delhi, India
Rita Salner, Yucca Valley, CA
Amy Samelson, member, Granny*, San Jose, CA
Sandy Sanders, Oakland, CA
Reg Saner, Dr., Self Employed*, Boulder, CO
Leonard Sanford, Waldorf, MD
Marc Sapir, MD, Berkeley, CA
Rosemarie Sawdon, United For Peace & Justice*, Blacksburg, VA
William Scherr, Seattle, WA
Heidi Schneider, member, Sullivan Peace & Justice, Narrowsburg, NY
Judy Schwartz, Tonc, Awbc, Now, Code Pink, Moveon, Dfa*, Pembroke Pines, FL
Dave Searles, President, American Heritage Service, Inc. And The 
Ecotopian Society, Brodhead, WI
Evalyn Segal, Professor Emerita of Psychology, Uu's For Justice In The 
Middle East*, Philadelphia, PA
Judy Selig, Seattle, WA
Stan Serafin, Special Education Teacher, Data*, Corrales, NM
Olga Sevilla, Canoga Park, CA
Masood Sheikh, North Andover, MA
Eugenia Sherman, Member, Code Pink, Raging Grannies*, West Palm Beach, FL
Emily Shurley, Episcopal Peace And Justice Commission*, Oklahoma City, OK
Larry Siegel, Plainsboro, NJ
Ymani Simmons, Leicester, NC
Carrie Singleton, Richmond, CA
Nancy Ann Siracusa, New York, Ny, NY
Mary Ann Smale, Steuben, ME
John Smith, founder, Take Back America Now, Rock Island, IL
Sonny Southerland, Founder, The People's Advocacy Group (pag), Brooklyn, NY
Robin G Spencer, West Gardiner, ME
Anne Stanek, Amherst, MA
Mark Stanger, priest, Episcopal Church*, San Francisco, CA
Scott Steckler, Gretna, LA
Sherry Steeves, Sandgate, VT
Carol Steffes, rn, Sugar Land, TX
Elizabeth Stucki, Floyd, Va,
Ernest Sturdevant, Albuquerque, NM
Zulema Suárez, Professor, Teaneck, NJ
Daniel Sullivan, CEO, Keep On Truckin` For Peace, Cincinnati, OH
Mark Swinton, Bath, N/A, UK
Mark Swinton, Bath, NA, UK
Ed Tant, Newspaper columnist, Athens (ga) Banner-herald*, Athens, GA
Rick Taylor, Tucker, GA
Elise Thiel, RN, Ashland, OR
Mollie Thomas, Fairbanks, AK
Bill Tower, Worcester, MA
Clare Tremper, Tukwila, WA
Terry Tucker, Shepherdstown, WV
Robert & Anita Underwood, Green Lane, PA
Dan Vachon, Somersworth, NH
Barbara Van Davis, clinical psychologist, Aurora, IL
Steve Vargo, chapter organizer, Columbus, Ohio Chapter Of World Can't 
Wait*, Columbus, OH
Eduardo Vega, San Leandro, CA
Luis Vega, Brooklyn, NY
Katya Volpi, Westlake Village, CA
William Wachob, Eggertsville, NY
Cindy Waltershausen, De Soto, WI
Kathleen Wang, PEACE ACTIVIST, Usa*, Diamond Bar, CA
Dolores Ware, York, PA
Melissa Weiner, Assistant Professor of Sociology, Quinnipiac 
University*, New Haven, CT
Benjamin Wertheimer, Portland, OR
Ruth Wilkins, Seattle, WA
Randy Wilkinson, San Francisco, CA
Richard Wilkinson, Ponder, TX
Robert Williams, Richmond, VA
Farrar Wilson, retired, Sacramento, CA
Sharon Wilson, Professor, Greeley, CO
Bradley Winch, Chairman of the Board, The B. L. Winch Group, Inc., 
Fawnskin, CA
Diana Winer, Westby, WI
Robin Witmore, Santa Cruz, CA
Gordon Wood, Seattle, WA
William Zorumski, Taos, NM
Zool Zulkowitz, Green Party Peace Action Comm*, Woodmere, NY

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