Sponsors of the Coalition for Peace Action

Titles for identification only

Philip Anderson*, Nobel Laureate in Physics
Tracie Bartholomew, Bishop, NJ Synod, Evangelical Lutheran Church
Harry Belafonte*, Singer and Performer
Balfour Brickner, *Rabbi, Stephen Wise Free Synagogue, New York
Noam Chomsky, Professor of Linguistics, MIT
William Sloane Coffin*, President Emeritus, National Peace Action
Juan Cole, Professor of History, University of Michigan
George Councell, Episcopal Bishop, Diocese of New Jersey
Harvey Cox, Professor, Harvard Divinity School
Sudarshana Devadhar, Bishop, NJ Area, United Methodist Church 
Freeman Dyson*, Professor Emeritus of Physics, Institute of Advanced Studies
Marian Wright Edelman, President, Children’s Defense Fund
Bob Edgar*, Executive Director, Common Cause
Daniel Ellsberg*, Former Pentagon Analyst
Richard Falk, Professor Emeritus of International Law, Princeton University
Val Fitch*, Nobel Laureate in Physics
Mark Freda, Mayor, Princeton
John Kenneth Galbraith*, Professor Emeritus of Economics, Harvard University
Thomas Graham Jr., former Nuclear Arms Ambassador & Negotiator
Thomas Gumbleton, Roman Catholic Auxiliary Bishop of Detroit
W. Reed Gusciora, Mayor, Trenton
Rush Holt, Member of US Congress
George Kennan*, Former US Ambassador to Soviet Union
Coretta Scott King*, President, The King Center
Lawrence J. Korb, Former Assistant Secretary of Defense
George J. Kourpias, President, International, Association of Machinists
Anne Markusen, Economist, University of Minnesota
John McPhee, Writer
A. Roy Medley, Executive Minister, American Baptist Churches USA
Douglas A. Palmer, Former Mayor, Trenton
Thomas Pickering, Former US Ambassador to the UN
Patricia Schroeder*, Former Representative, US Congress
Joseph Taylor, Nobel Laureate in Physics
Shirley Turner, Senator, NJ Legislature
Frank von Hippel, Nuclear Policy Analyst, Princeton University
Andrew Young, Former US Ambassador to the United Nations
Howard Zinn*, Historian

* In memoriam

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