Individuals Who Have Signed the Declaration of Peace

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Some notable signers are below.

Fidaa Abuassi, Palestinian blogger from Gaza
Berit Ås, frm leader of the Socialist Left Party, frm. Member of the Parliament (1973–1977), Norway
Medea Benjamin, co-founder of CodePink, United States
Frida Berrigan, War Resisters League, columnist for Waging Nonviolence, United States
William Blum, Author
Leah Bolger, former president of Veterans For Peace, United States
Paul Chappell, author of The Art of Waging Peace, United States
Noam Chomsky, linguist, philosopher, United States
Ambassador Anwarul K. Chowdhury, former Under-Secretary-General of the United Nations; Founder, Global Movement for the Culture of Peace, Bangladesh
Gail Davidson, Lawyers against the War, United States
Larry Egly, Veterans For Peace Chapter 961 Codirector, United States
Joyce Ellwanger, Peace activist and WNPJ Lifetime Achievement Award winner, United States
Russell Faure-Brac, author of Transition to Peace, United States
Johan Galtung, sociologist, founder of peace and conflict studies, Norway
Sister Carol Gilbert, O.P., Dominican nun and anti-nuclear activist, United States
Barbara Gluck, photojournalist, art photographer, speaker, writer, United States
Rena Guay, Executive Director, Center for Conscience in Action, United States
Judith Hand, Founder of A Future Without War, United States
Mary Hanson Harrison, President Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom, United States
David Hartsough, activist, author, cofounded the Nonviolent Peace Force, executive director of Peace Workers, United States
Patrick Hiller, Peace Scientist, Director of War Prevention Initiative, United States
Dahr Jamail, Investigative journalist, Truth Out, Democracy Now, United States
John Judge, the late, great researcher and advocate, United States
Tokuhiro Kawai, surrealist, Japan
Akira Kawasaki, International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons (ICAN), Japan
Yumi Kikuchi, co-founder of Global Peace Campaign, Japan
Michael D. Knox, US Peace Memorial Foundation, United States
Dennis Kucinich, Frm. U.S. Representative from Ohio (1997-2013), Candidate for the Democratic nomination for U.S.-President 2004 & 2008
Elizabeth Kucinich, United States
Peter J. Kuznick, co-author with Oliver Stone of “The Untold History of the USA”, Professor of History at American University
Karen U. Kwiatkowski, activist and commentator, retired U.S. Air Force Lieutenant Colonel, United States
Dave Lindorff, investigative reporter, columnist, United States
Mairead Maguire, Nobel Peace Laureate, Northern Ireland
Fr. Tom McCormick, retired priest of the Archdiocese of Denver, United States
Ray McGovern, former CIA analyst, antiwar activist, United States
Cynthia McKinney, Former Congresswoman and 2008 Green Party US Presidential Candidate
Fr Claude Mostowik, President of Pax Christi, Sydney MSC, Australia,
Laurel Nelson-King, State Committeewoman, United States
Max Obuszewski, Long-time Baltimore activist, United States
Lewis Patrie, WNC Physicians for Social Responsibility, United States
David T. Reppert, pastor, life-long member and ordained minister in the United Church of Christ, United States
Coleen Rowley, former FBI agent and whistleblower, United States
Rick Rozoff, Stop NATO International Network, Chicago, United States
Eric Schechter, Professor Emeritus, Math Department, Vanderbilt University, United States
Cindy Sheehan, antiwar activist, United States
Alice Slater, Global Council of Abolition 2000, United States
David Swanson, author, activist, United States
Sarah Thompson, executive director of Christian Peacemaker Teams
Sally-Alice Thompson, Peace Activist and Walking Granny, United States
Andre Vltchek, author, film-maker
Julie Ward, Member of European Parliament, Labour CND, and PNND
Jody Williams, Nobel Peace Prize Laureate, United States
Lawrence Wittner, Professor of History emeritus, SUNY/Albany, United States
Ann Wright, author, retired diplomat, activist, United States
Kevin Zeese, PopularResistance.org, United States

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13 Comments

  1. Adolf Kruger says:

    To the Citizens of this Planet:
    My name is Adolf Kruger, I was born on 12-25-1939. If any of You Citizens want to learn the Truth from the last 125 years, read former US President Herbert Hoover’s book, his memoirs “FREEDOM BETRAYED”. It was suppressed by the US government for 50 years. Finally published in 2014. Your Eyes will be opened.
    Adolf

  2. Roger A. Baker says:

    US out of Europe. Shut down Ramstein and all military bases in
    Germany. 71 years occupation is long enough.

  3. Thank you for your work. Here in Vancouver, Canada very few people even speak about the war even though Canada has military forces and industry supporting all these wars of aggression. I do what I can from my old retirement easy chair, a telephone, an email address and a local coffee shop.

  4. Antonio Bernal says:

    WHEN YOU SPEAK OF DESTRUCTION of the environment through war please include mention of the many animals that are senselessly killed in war.

  5. Thank you for your outstanding work keeping people apprised of our real history and current events. I have been volunteering with the Peace Alliance since 2003 when I was campaigning for Dennis Kucinich for President and learned about his legislation for a cabinet level Department of Peace. I continue to believe that this is a concrete move to change our violent culture. Campaigns for similar structures within government are active in more than 50 countries. In California a group of us were able to educate the CDP who following 3 years of intensive education endorse the legislation HR1111 now introduced by Rep. Barbara Lee and renamed Dept of Peacebuilding.
    I do hope you’ll read it – it will blow your minds because the strategies for peace make sense.
    Rep Lee will be introducing the bill again next week hopefully to keep the HR # 1111 ( so our campaign doesn’t have the expense of changing all our literature) We have been working hard nationally to lobby Congressional Rresentatives to be original co sponsors of this life saving cost saving department. The saving comes from reduction in violence containment, including mistaken need for court and imprisonment.The legislation will probably be dropped next Monday
    Please get in touch with your member of Congress and ask them to co sponsor so we can begin creating a culture of peace and nonviolence. We cannot expect to export peace if we don’t have it at home so this is a nonpartisan effort.
    We have never needed this legislation more.

  6. Yes, WAR IS NOT THE ANSWER!!!!!

  7. Yes – WAR IS NOT THE ANSWER!!!

  8. …if this nation just spent a fraction of what it does on arms and war (including the “accounting errors” of the Pentagon), we could fund many of the programmes Mr Sander’s proposed during his campaign.

  9. Elyce M. Benham, M.S. says:

    War is unhealthy for all living things!

  10. Merran Proctor says:

    Think of all the wonderful things we could do if we redirected money spent on war to building a world of peace, friendship and greater equality.

  11. Merran Proctor says:

    Thanks

  12. Charles Carter says:

    WE KNOW HOW TO WAGE WAR. NOW IT’S TIME TO LEARN HOW TO WAGE PEACE!!!!!

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