All Endorsers

Organizational Support for United for Community Radio

Alameda County Peace and Freedom Party
East Bay Media Center
Green Party of Alameda County
Veterans for Peace East Bay Chapter #162
San Francisco Green Party
Strike Debt Bay Area
First They Came for the Homeless
Green Party of Contra Costa County
Coalition for a Democratic Pacifica


Individuals* Endorsing United for Community Radio  (Partial list)

Adam Hudson, Independent journalist based in the San Francisco Bay Area, contributor to TruthOut and AlterNet

Adrienne Lauby, Host/producer, Pushing Limits, KPFA’s disability program

Andrea Prichett, Former LSB member, Copwatch founder

Andres Soto, KPFA host, Afternoons de Andres Soto, CBE Organizer, musician

Ann Garrison, KPFA News Reporter

Anthony Fest, KPFA producer, Project Censored Show, El Show de Andres Soto, Poor News Network

Attila Nagy, Petaluma Progressives, former LSB member; musician, Sonoma County organizer

Barbara Lubin, Founder, Executive Director of Middle East Children’s Alliance

Barry and Barbara Deutsch, KPFA listener activists

Bert Bartsch & Emily Bartsch, One of the founders of Sustainable Fairfax, member of Citizen Marin – anti density housing organization, former board member of Social Justice Center of Marin, long time KPFA supporter, contributor and volunteer

Bob Marsh, Green Party Activist

Bonnie Bone, former KPFA programmer

Bonnie Faulkner, Producer and host, Guns and Butter

Bruce A. Dixon, Managing Editor, Black Agenda Report

Carol Spooner, Leader of the 1999 listeners’ lawsuit to remove the old corporatizing Pacifica Board, former Pacifica National Board member

Carole Seligman, co-editor Socialist Viewpoint; volunteer Prison Radio

Carolyn Birden, Pacifica National Board member from WBAI, Assistant Professor of English at Community College of Philadelphia.

Carolyn Scarr, Ecumenical Peace Institute (and other groups)

Cathe Norman, KPFA Listener

Chandra Hauptman, former Local Station Board & Pacifica National Board member

Charlie Hinton, KPFA listener

Christopher Bowers, Social worker, writer, musician and activist.  Involved in organizing in the North Bay around issues of privilege and race as well as homelessness.

Clark Sullivan, live-streaming journalist, Occupy

Cynthia Johnson, Former KPFA Local Station Board listener representative, Berkeley Fellowship of Unitarian Universalists, Save the Post Office, many more

Dale Baum, author, County Council member, Green Party of Alameda County

Dan Mayfield, San Jose criminal defense attorney, National Lawyers Guild SF-Bay Area

Daniel Borgstrom, listener activist, blogger, Veterans for Peace

Dave Welsh, Delegate, San Francisco Labor Council, postal worker, defender of Berkeley Post Office, former member, KPFA Local Station Board,

Davey D., producer & host, Hard Knock Radio

Dennis Bernstein, producer & host, Flashpoints

Diana Bohn, current Secretary NAACP, former member of the Berkeley Peace & Justice Commission

Donna Carter, KPFA listener

Ed Biow, Occupy Oakland activist

Ed Holmes, S.F. Mime Troupe

Eduardo Martinez, Richmond City Council Member

Edward S. Herman, University of Pennsylvania professor emeritus and co-author, with Noam Chomsky, of Manufacturing Consent.

Elliot Halpern, Berkeley/North East Bay Chapter of the ACLU, NAACP board member

Emily Sykes, Social Justice Center of Marin

Eric Brooks, Sustainability Chair, San Francisco Green Party

Eugene Ruyle, author, Veterans for Peace. Emeritus Professor of Anthropology, CSU, Long Beach

Fadi Saba, former Local Station Board member

Fran Rachel, Grandmothers for Peace, educator, life-long activist

Frank LeFever, Past President, Board member of New York Neuropsychology Group Medical Staff of Helen Hayes Hospital (retired), Listener Representative on WBAI Local Station Board.

Frank Sterling, KPFA Apprenticeship staff, KPFA Local Station Board member

Fred Norman, Veterans for Peace

Gayle McLaughlin, Richmond City Council Member, former Mayor of Richmond

George Coates, producer, writer Twit Wit Radio, KPFA

Gigi Winter, activist

Grace Aaron, Pacifica National Board (PNB) Director 2008-2009, PNB chair & Interim Exec Dir 2009, anti-nuclear campaigner

Greg Jan, Green Party Activist

Gregory Ross, Veterans for Peace

Henry Norr, former listener-representative Local Station Board, Gaza Freedom Flotilla volunteer.

Hep Ingham, Houston, Texas listener

Howie Levine, KPFA Listener

Ivar Diehl, KPFA Listener

Jack Heyman, Executive board member International Longshore and Warehouse union Local 10 (retired) and chair of the Transport Workers Solidarity Committee

Jackie Barshak, occasional KPFA producer

Jan Arnold, Green Party Activist

Jan Garrett, Past Executive Director of the Center for Independent Living, Berkeley

Jean Stewart, disability rights and environmental activist, Communities United in Defense of Olmstead (CUIDO)

Jeff Mackler, National secretary of Socialist Action, a leader in the Free-Mumia campaign, member of the United National Antiwar Coalition’s administrative committee

Joe Wanzala, former Pacifica National Board member, media activist

John Hayakawa Torok,  SEIU Local 1000 shop steward, former Green Party candidate, Occupy Oakland, World Association of International Studies, Oakland Livable Wage Assembly.

John Sheridan, Visual Artist, active in the Free Pacifica struggle in 1999.

Joy Moore, Long-time KPFA producer, Full Circle & About Health, Apprenticeship Program volunteer, Local Station Board representative

Karen Pickett, Bay Area Coalition for Headwaters, Global Justice Ecology Project, Earth First

Kate Raphael, Womens Magazine, KPFA producer

Kate Tanaka, Former KPFA Local Station Board member

Ken Aaron, PNB director, 2011-2012

Khalil Bendib, co-host of KPFA’s Voices of the Middle East and North Africa, artist, cartoonist

Kim White, Steering committee member, Vallejo Waterfront Coalition; activist, Strike Debt Bay Area

Kristen Cross, Former Co-Director, East Bay Alliance for a Sustainable Economy, (EBASE)

Laura Wells, Former Governor & State Controller Candidate, Green Party of California

Laurence Schechtman, organizer for community skill sharing and gardens

Laurence Shoup, author, Wall Street’s Think Tank, Rulers and Rebels, and other books, former member, Alameda Central Labor Council

Lesley Tiyesha Phillips, Co-founder, People’s Community Medics

Lisa Dettmer, co-host, Women’s Magazine

Marc Sapir, MD, MPH, retired primary care community physician and former medical director of the Center for Elders’ Independence.

Maria Gilardin, Host and producer, TUC radio, co-founder of the original Save KPFA organization in early 90s

Marilyn Langlois, Richmond Planning Commissioner, co-founder of Richmond Progressive Alliance

Marilyn Naparst, Activist

Mark Boynton, retired logger, blacksmith, beekeeper, LMNOP (Peace walker at Lake Merritt)

Mark Mason, U.S. domestic and foreign policy analyst, formerly taught at Sacramento State University

Marsha Feinland, former Berkeley Rent Board member, California Teachers’ Association honored union activist

Michael Bass, School of the Americas Watch

Michael Lyon, SF Gray Panthers

Michael Parenti, progressive political analyst, author of 24 books, lecturer

Michael-David Sasson, Former President, Coalition of University Employees (CUE), Local #3, (now part of IBT #2010)

Mickey Huff, Project Censored show and KPFA

Miguel Molina, veteran KPFA programmer

Milton Allimadi, Editor of Black Star News

Molly Beyea, community activist

Nancy Delaney, KPFA programmer, 1981 – 1995, focused on women, indigenous peoples around world but especially here, and aspects of health for the whole human and community well being.

Nancy Nadel, The Oakland Chocolate Company Advisor to Restorative Justice for Oakland Youth (RJOY) Retired Oakland City Councilmember, District 3

Nicole Milner, Coalition for a Democratic Pacifica (CdP), Musician

Noelle Hanrahan, Director, Prison Radio, former KPFA programmer and union steward

Patti Marsh, Green Party Activist

Paul Kealoha Blake, Co-founder and co-director of the East Bay Media Center; co-curator, Berkeley Video & Film Festival

Paul Larudee, Justice-for-Palestine organizer
Peter and Becky Broadwell, KPFA listeners
Peter Phillips, Project Censored Show and KPFA producer/host

R. Michael Flynn, National Lawyers Guild SF Bay Area Board member.

Rahman Jamaal, Hip Hop Congress, Rap Force Academy, Hip Hop Chess Federation, former CAB member.

Raymond Meyer, KPFA listener

Richard Stone, Delegate, S.F. Labor Council; member, Save Mid-town (San Francisco)

Rick Sterling, Walnut Creek, KPFA volunteer

Robbie Osman, long-time host of Across the Great Divide

Robert McCockran, Veterans for Peace

Ruthanne Shpiner, KPFA news reporter

Samsarah Morgan, KPFA Local Station Board member

Scott Braley, Community Activist

Sheila Carrillo, Santa Cruz listener

Signe Mattson, KPFA listener

Stan Woods, Longtime labor activist and former member of the KPFA Local Station Board and the Program Council

Steve Brown, Pacifica National Board Director, WBAI Local Station Board Director, Progressive Radio Network (PRN) Director, El Taller Latino Americano

Steve Gilmartin, KPFA listener-activist

Steve Kessler, Activist

Steve Zeltzer, WorkWeek Radio Host, Founder of SF LaborFest

Steven Strauss, musician, KPFA listener

Susan da Silva, former Pacifica National Board member, Free Speech Radio News (FSRN) board member, media steward

Suzanne Baker, archaeologist/principal, Archaeological/Historical Consultants

Tim Laidman, Former Steering Committee member, Richmond Progressive Alliance; Former Coordinating Committee member, Green Party of California

Toby Blomé, Code Pink

Tommi Avicolli Mecca, longtime queer and housing rights activist, author, and editor of Avanti Popolo: Italian-American Writers Sail Beyond Columbus

Tony Coleman, founding member One Fam, Bikes for Life

Torger Johnson, Green Party Activist

Tracy Rosenberg, Director, Media Alliance, past Pacifica National Board Treasurer

Valeri Hood, KPFA listener

Vic Sadot, Balladeer and social justice activist

Virginia Browning, Listener activist, Former KPFA LSB and KPFA Election committee member

Mary Ratcliff, Editor of the San Francisco Bay View Newspaper

Willie Phillips, chair of Economic Dev. Committee of Berkeley NAACP, Berkeley Revolving Loan Fund board member, RCD board member

*All organizations in the list of individuals are for identification purposes and should not be presumed to indicate support of the organization.