•    Bill DiFazio, "CityWatch"
•    Don DeBar, "WBAI News"
•    Kim Ives, "Lanbi (Haiti program)," co-editor, Haiti Liberte
•    Vajra Kilgour, "Housing Notebook", board member, Metropolitan Council on Housing*
•    Bob Lederer, "Health Action," member of Resistance in Brooklyn
•    Basir Mchawi. "Education at the Crossroads"
•    Marquez Osson, "Lanbi (Haiti program)"
•    John Riley, "OutFM," member of ACT UP
•    Daniel Vila, "La Voce Latina"


•    Pam Africa, MOVE Organization, Minister of Confrontation
•    Amina Baraka, activist poet, actor, director; author, Blues in All Hues, co-founder with Amiri Baraka of Kimako’s Blues People (Newark community art space)
•    Charles Barron, State Assemblymember & former City Councilmember, Brooklyn
•    Inez Barron, City Councilmember & former State Assemblymember, Brooklyn
•    Omowale Clay, spokesperson, December 12th Movement; former WBAI Local Station Board member
•    Dr. Joy DeGruy (Leary), author, Post Traumatic Slave Syndrome
•    Sister Betty Dopson, co-founder, CEMOTAP
•    Michael Duncan, President, Universal Negro Improvement Association - African Communities League, Division 432-Queens
•    Johanna Fernandez, spokesperson, Campaign to Bring Mumia Home; Assistant Professor of History, Baruch College; author, When the World Was Their Stage: A History of the Young Lords in New York
•    Sara Flounders, co-director, International Action Center; ; former WBAI Local Station Board member
•    Larry Hamm, Chair, People's Organization for Progress/NJ
•    Dr. Leonard Jeffries, Professor of Ethnic Studies, City College of New York
•    Rosalind Jeffries, Professor, School of Visual Arts; curator, African American Historical and Cultural Museum of Jersey City, The Metropolitan Museum of Art
•    Dr. Akil Khalfani, Director of Africana Institute, Essex Community College
•    Fred Jerome, science journalism, co-author, Einstein on Race and Racism
•    Ray Laforest, Haitian justice activist and labor organizer
•    Father Lawrence Lucas, author, lecturer, Black liberation theologian, chaplain on Rikers Island, longtime Harlem activist; author, Black Priest, White Church: Catholics and Racism; former member, WBAI Local Station Board
•    Akinlabi Mackall, founder, S.E.E.D.S., Inc.; former WBAI Local Advisory Board member
•    Rita Marksman
•    Esperanza Martel, Puerto Rican community activist; instructor, Community Organizing, Hunter College, co-founder, Casa Atabex Ache (South Bronx Women of Color Self-Healing Center)

  • Cynthia McKinney, former Member of Congress, 2008 Presidential Candidate of the Green Party   
    •    Matt Meyer, War Resisters International Africa Support Network Coordinator;  author/editor, various Africa World Press and PM Press books
    * Michael Novick, Anti-Racist Action LA; Editor, Turning the Tide
    •    Bo-keem Nyerere, former WBAI Outreach Co-Coordinator; member, National Association of Kawaida Organizations (NAKO)
    •    Sekou Odinga, former Black Liberation political prisoner
    •    Dr. Suzanne Ross, spokesperson, Free Mumia Abu-Jamal Coalition
    •    Ralph Schoenman & Mya Shoen, producer-hosts of “Taking Aim”
    •    Gail Walker, Co-Executive Director, IFCO/Pastors for Peace*
    •    Michael Tarif & Evelyn Warren, people's attorneys
    •    Bernard White, former Program Director, WBAI; co-founder, co-host, Community Progressive Radio (
    •    Tim Wise, anti-racist educator, author of White Like Me: Reflections on Race from a Privileged Son and many other books on white racism
    •    Nana Camille Yarbrough, performance artist, author, and cultural activist; host, "Ancestor House" TV program; former WBAI Local Station Board member

* Organization for identification only


•    ACT UP (AIDS Coalition to Unleash Power)
•    Anti-Racist Action/Los Angeles
•    Bayan USA (Filipino progressive org.)
•    Campaign to Bring Mumia Home
(Committee to End Media Offensive to African People)
•    December 12th Movement
•    Free Mumia Abu-Jamal Coalition
•    Haiti Liberte
•    International Action Center
•    International Concerned Family and Friends of Mumia Abu-Jamal
•    May 1st Coalition for Workers and Immigrants Rights
•    National Association of Kawaida Organizations
•    National Jericho Legal Committee
•    National Jericho Movement
(DC Chapter)
•    People’s Organization for Progress (NJ)
•    ProLibertad
(Puerto Rican political prisoner freedom campaign)
•    Resistance in Brooklyn
•    S.E.E.D.S., Inc.
•    South Brooklyn Anarchist Black Cross Federation
•    UNIA