Selection of Signatories to the "World Can't Wait" Statement

Revolution #019, October 23, 2005, posted at

Mumia Abu-Jamal, Political Prisoner and Radio Commentator

Tom Ammiano, San Francisco Board of Supervisors

Rev. Luis Barrios, St. Mary's Episcopal Church, NYC

Michael S. Berg, Delaware

William Blum, Author of Rogue State

Boots, The Coup

Chicago ADAPT, grassroots organization working for the empowerment of people with disabilities

Code Pink: Women for Peace

Jill Ciment, Author

Professor Irwin Corey, Comedian

Michael Eric Dyson, Professor of Religious Studies, Humanities & African American Studies, University of Pennsylvania

Nina Felshin, Author of But Is It Art: The Spirit of Art as Activism

Robert Forsberg, Interfaith Witness for Peace

Frances Goldin, Literary Agent

David Grace, San Francisco

Kathleen Hanna, Musician

Los Mocosos, Band from the Mission District, San Francisco

Mesha Monge Irizarry, Idriss Stelley Foundation

Bill T. Jones, Dancer

C. Clark Kissinger, Revolution Newspaper and Initiator of Not In Our Name Statement of Conscience

Rev. Dr. Earl Kooperkamp, Pastor, St. Mary’s Episcopal Church

Rev. Taigen Dan Leighton, Buddhist Peace Fellowship

Mark Leno, California Assemblyman

Arnold Mesches, Artist

Travis Morales, Revolutionary Communist Party, San Francisco Bay Area

Tom Morello, Audioslave

Not in Our Name

Tomás Olmos, Dean Emeritus, People's College of Law; President, Mexican American Bar Foundation, Los Angeles County; Partner, Law Firm of Allred, Maroko & Goldberg, representing employees in discrimination and wrongful termination claims

Steve Pearcy, Attorney and Artist (T'anks to Mr. Bush)

Jeremy Pikser, Screenwriter "Bulworth"

Frances Fox Piven, Author of Regulating the Poor

Kevin Powell

Ralph Poynter, Community Activist

Malik Rahim, Common Ground Collective, New Orleans, LA

Michael Steven Smith, National Lawyers Guild-NY

Miles Solay, Outernational

Lynne Stewart, Criminal Defense Attorney

Sunsara Taylor, Revolution Newspaper

Minimum Tek, Outernational

Studs Terkel

Cornel West, Professor of Religion, Princeton University

Saul Williams, Poet and Spoken Word Artist

S. Brian Willson, Veterans for Peace

Howard Zinn, Historian, author A People's History of the United States


Affiliations for identification purposes only