Make History May 11 – Endorsers List for 2013 Poor Peoples Campaign March

MAKE HISTORY: JOIN THE 2013 POOR PEOPLES CAMPAIGN MARCH
Sign on to the growing LIST OF ENDORSERS
at http://peoplespowerassemblies.org

Endorsers List:

Initiated by: 

Baltimore Southern Christian Leadership Conference and the Baltimore People’s Power Assembly 

Endorsed by:

Metropolitan Baltimore Council AFL-CIO

Metropolitan Washington D.C. Council AFL-CIO

United Food and Commercial Workers Minority Coalition

Anthony Anderson Sr. family, Baltimore, Md.

Justice for Alan Blueford Coalition, Oakland, Calif.

Alan Blueford family, Oakland, Calif.

Oscar Grant Foundation, Oakland, Calif.

OUR Walmart

United Food and Commercial Workers Local 400

National Lawyers Guild, Maryland

Northwestern High School Alumni Association, Baltimore, Md.

All Peoples Congress, Baltimore

Peace House, Washington D.C.

Occupy Baltimore

Occupy Congress

Southern Workers Assembly

Bailout the People Movement, Wisconsin

Teamsters Local 808, NY

Community-Labor United for Postal Jobs & Services

Communication Workers of America Local 1180, New York, NY

Moratorium Now! Coalition to Stop Foreclosures, Evictions and Utility Shut-offs, Detroit, Mich.

Michigan Emergency Committee Against War & Injustice (MECAWI), Detroit, Mich.

Community Churches United, Baltimore

South Central Neighborhood Council, Los Angeles, Calif.

Community Postal Workers United

Southern California Immigration Coalition, Los Angeles, Calif.

Harvard Blvd Block Club, Los Angeles, Calif.

Pledge of Resistance, Baltimore

Fund Our Communities

Baltimore Phil Berrigan Memorial Chapter Veterans for Peace

United Steel Workers Local 8751, Boston School Bus Drivers

Clarence Thomas, West Coast Million Worker March Movement

International Longshore Workers Union Local 10 Executive Board

Millions More Movement 

Mario Romero Foundation, Vallejo, Calif.

Maurice Johnson family, Baltimore, Md.

David Yimm family, Baltimore, Md.

Pastor Tony Grayson, Pastor of the House of Restoration Church, Oakland Hills, Calif.

Richie Armstrong, Community Churches United

Tom Dodge, Save Our Post Office

Arnold Jolivet, President Maryland Minority Contract Association

Attorney J. Wyndal Gordon, Warrior Lawyer

Kay Adler – Black Red American Indian Voices

May 1st Immigrant and Workers Rights Coalition

Mike Reid, Ex Director Veterans for Peace

Andre Powell, AFSCME Delegate Baltimore Metropolitan AFL-CIO Council

Frank M. Conaway, Baltimore City Circuit Court Clerk  

Gwen Shelton, President Matthew Henson Community Association

Sandra Almond-Cooper, President Mondawmin Improvement Association

Henry Burris, President, Vulcan Blazers

Blake Watson, President Lancaster, PA NAACP

Dr. Arnold Howard, Enon Baptist Church

Rev. Mother Meredith Moise

Dennis L. Serrette, CWA-Labor Fight back

Christina Flowers, Talk Magazine

Maryland Jericho Chapter

Delaware Chapter, Campaign to End the Death Penalty

Coalition to Protect Civil Freedoms

Western New York Drilling Defense

Burning Books, Buffalo

Curtis Black, Angels Helping Angels

Greta Carter-Willis — Kevin Cooper Foundation

Pam Africa of International Concerned Family and Friends for Mumia

Dr. Anthony Monteiro, Assoc. Director, Institute for the Study of Race and Social Thought, Temple Univ.

United National Anti-War Coalition

Jimmy Gittings, President, American Federation of School Administrators (AFSA) Lo. 25

Peoples Video Network

Onyx, Oakland, Calif.

Jasiri X

People’s Organization for Progress (POP), Newark, NJ

Workers World Party

Council of Elders, RI

Washington Peace Center

Families United for Racial & Economic Equality FUREE, Brooklyn, NY

RI Peoples Assembly

Unemployed Council, RI

SOS Save Our Schools Coalition, RI

Rosa Parks Human Rights Committee

Justice for Joshua Robinson Committee, RI

New York Chapter of the National Writers Union, UAW 1981

Dorinda Moreno, U.S. Liaison, International Tribunal of Conscience

We Are Family D.C.

International Action Center

Women’s Fightback Network

Susan E. Davis, National Writers Union, United Auto Workers Local 1981

Annie Chambers, Regional President Nat’l Welfare Rights Union, Take It to the Streets 

Leslie Feinberg, LGBTQ+ activist; co-founder Rainbow Flags for Mumia

La Peña del Bronx

Guyanese American Workers United

Colectivo Honduras USA Resistencia=Libre

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