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  • Bernie Sanders Rally NYC

  • Bernie Sanders, US Senator

  • Jane Fonda, Actor, Activist

  • Helen Caldicott, MD, NYC Rally, “Physicians for Social Justice”, 1982

  • George Marchais, French Communist Leader

  • Helmut Kohl, Ronald Reagan

  • Francois Mitterand, President France

  • World Summit, 1983: Trudeau (CAN), Thorn (LUX), Kohl (GER), Ronald Reagan, (US), Mitterrand (FR), Nakasone (JAP), Thatcher (GB), Fanfani (ITA)

  • Pierre Trudeau, Prime Minister, Canada

  • Helmut Kohl, Germany; Ronald Reagan, USA

  • Michel Rocard, Socialist Deputy, France

  • Olaf Palme, Prime Minister, Sweden

  • Michel Rocard, Socialist Deputy, France

  • Tony Benn, British Labor Party, member of Parliament

  • Jean-Marie Le Pen, Leader “Front National”

  • Ed Koch, former Mayor New York City

  • Senator Ted Kennedy, MA

  • Andrew Salkey, Author

  • Dizzy Gillespie

  • Mario Cuomo, former Governor, New York

  • Barry Commoner, former USA Presidential candidate

  • Maxine Hong Kingston, author, Smith College

  • Dr. Cornell West, American philosopher, social activist

  • Linda Ronstadt, Singer

  • Sting, Musician

  • Archie Schepp, jazz saxophonist

  • Ronald Reagan, US President

  • Gloria Steinem, American feminist, journalist, activist

  • Jessie Jackson, activist, Baptist minister, and politician

  • Jack Lang, Ministry of Culture, France

  • Ralph Nader, American political activist

  • Betty Carter, American jazz singer

  • Marion Brown, jazz saxophonist

  • Bella Abzug, social activist, Women’s Movement leader

  • Pete Seeger, American folk singer, social activist

  • Michael Dukakis and Ted Kennedy

  • Tom Hayden and Jane Fonda

  • Dr. Henry Kendall, Nobel Prize in Physics in 1990

  • Edmond Maire, French Democratic Confederation of Labour (CFDT)

  • George Marchais, head of the French Communist Party (PCF) from 1972 to 1994

  • Elie Wiesel, Romanian-born American Jewish writer, political activist, Nobel Laureate and Holocaust survivor

  • Ronald Reagan, USA President

  • Ralph Nader, American political activist

  • Jerry Brown, US Governor

  • Rene Lévesque, founder of the Parti Québécois

  • George H.W. Bush, former US President

  • Barry Commoner, former USA Presidential candidate

  • Bella Abzug, social activist, Women’s Movement leader

  • Protestor

  • Lisa Evers (Sliwa), Guradian Angels, NYC

  • Ron Kovich, Activist, Anti-Vietnam Veteran

  • Dr. Randall Forsberg, at Nuclear Weapons Freeze Campaign

  • Lauren Bacall, Actor, at Nuclear Weapons Freeze Campaign

  • Archibald McLeash, American poet and writer

  • Vietnam Vets with General Westmoreland

  • Marilynn Robinson, American novelist

  • François Mitterand, President France

  • Ronald Reagan, former US President

  • Ron Kovich, Activist, Anti-Vietnam Vet

  • Ron Kovich, Dave Dillinger, Dr. Helen Caldecott

  • Abbie Hoffman, American political and social activist

  • AFSCME Union Member

  • Wally Nelson, American civil rights activist and war tax resister

  • Julian Bond, American social activist and leader in the Civil Rights Movement

  • Billy Graham, American evangelical Christian evangelist

  • Cokie Roberts, American journalist and author

  • Jessie Jackson, American civil rights activist

  • Noam Chomsky, American linguist, philosopher, social critic, and political activist

  • Wally Lamb, Author

  • Tina Packer, actor/playwright

  • Ralph Nader, American political activist

  • Public Speaker

  • Protestor

  • Noam Chomsky and Student

  • Buckminister Fuller, American architect, author, and inventor

  • Phyllis Schlafly, (far-right activist) and Jerry Falwell, (televangelist, and conservative activist)

  • Gov. Michael Dukakis and William Buckly

  • Paul Gunter and James C. Cleveland

  • John Galbraith, economist and diplomat

  • Eleanor Flexner, author, feminist

  • Martin Sostre, American activist

  • Willy Brandt, German statesman and politician

  • Geraldine Ferraro, Senator and first female vice presidential candidate

  • Margaret Thatcher and Ronald Reagan

  • James L. Farmer, civil rights activist and leader

  • J. McGregor Burns, author, historian and political scientist

  • Madeleine L’Engle, author

  • Victor Gotbaum, president of AFSCME

  • Susan Sarandon, actor, activist

  • Joseph Malta, US Army hangman, carried out Nuremberg executions

  • Ron Dellums, US Senator

  • Angela Davis, American political activist and author

  • George McGovern, US Senator

  • Wally Nelson, American civil rights activist and war tax resister

  • Rene Lévesque, founder of the Parti Québécois

  • Jerry Falwell, televangelist, and conservative activist

  • Henry Kissenger, American diplomat and political scientist, US Secretary of State

  • Jaques Delors, French economist and politician

  • Scott Nearing, American radical economist, writer, political activist

  • Hilary Rodham Clinton, American politician, first female presidential candidate

  • Jean Baptiste Aristide, Haitian politician

  • Johnnetta Cole, American anthropologist, educator and museum director

  • Dr. Henry Lewis Gates, American literary critic, teacher, historian

  • Dr. Cornell West, American philosopher, social activist

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ACTIVISTS AND LEADERS 1980 THROUGH THE 1990’S