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January 29, 2002

The pilot issue of WAR TIMES, a new biweekly newspaper opposing the "war on terrorism," will roll off the press on February 14. (See the new list of national endorsers below.) Featuring an exclusive interview with Danny Glover and a letter to President Bush from Nobel Peace Prize winner Rigoberta Menchu, the premier of this bilingual, free publication will be distributed in several dozen cities across the country.

But we need your help to extend WAR TIMES' reach even further and lay a durable foundation for long-term publication. Please join hundreds of other activists across the country by contributing in one or more of the following ways:

***Volunteer to distribute the pilot issue to your co-workers, friends, classmates, family and/or members of your organization. Contact us at <>, EBC/War Times, 1230 Market Street, PMB 409, San Francisco, CA 94102, 510-869-5156, to let us know how many copies you would like and make arrangements to get a bundle to you.

***Make a tax-deductible contribution by sending a check to EBC/War Times at the address above, or sign up as a monthly sustainer with a pledge of $10/month or more.

***Volunteer your writing, photographic, or drawing skills when WAR TIMES goes into regular publication.

***Give us feedback on WAR TIMES' pilot issue so we can make changes and improvements for the first regular issue.

***Pass this message on to others who want to see a regular, accessible and hard-hitting anti-"war on terrorism" message reach hundreds of thousands of people in every community, constituency and region of the country.

***If you live in the San Francisco Bay Area, come to the big WAR TIMES launch party, Saturday, Feb. 16, Noon- 4pm, Mandela Village/Youth Empowerment Center, 1357 Fifth Street, West Oakland, to discuss and strategize about the current "educational moment" and then fan out to distribute thousands of copies of this free paper all across the northern California (childcare provided but please RSVP; wheelchair accessible).

With your help, WAR TIMES can hit the ground with tremendous momentum and make a difference at this perilous time for our country and the world. We hope to hear from you.

Organizing Committee (organizations listed for identification purposes only):

Jan Adams, former associate director, Applied Research Center
Linda Burnham, executive director, Women of Color Resource Center
Jung Hee Choi, Women of Color Resource Center
Max Elbaum, former managing editor, CrossRoads magazine
Arnoldo Garcia, National Network for Immigrant and Refugee Rights
Adam Gold, STORM
Rebecca Gordon, Seminarians for Peace
Felicia Gustin, co-director, Speak Out
Van Jones, national executive director, Ella Baker Center for Human Rights
Elizabeth (Betita) Martinez, director, Institute for MultiRacial Justice
Steve Williams, executive director, People Organized to Win Employment Rights
Bob Wing, former executive editor, ColorLines magazine

Partial List of Endorsers (organizations listed for identification purposes only)

Karin Aguilar-San Juan, author and professor, Macalester College
Michael Albert, Z/Znet
Michelle Alexander, ACLU of Northern California
American-Arab Anti-Discrimination Committee, San Francisco Chapter
Jane Bai, executive director, CAAAV--Organizing Asian Communities
Hatem Bazian, director Al-Qalam Institute of Islamic Sciences
Frances Beal, national secretary, Black Radical Congress
Phyllis Bennis, Institute for Policy Studies
Larry Bensky, KPFA
Blase Bonpane, director, Office of the Americas
Paul Buhle, author and teacher, Brown University
Douglas Calvin, executive director, Youth Leadership Support Network
Sue Chan, M.D., medical director, Oakland Asian Health Services
Pamela Chiang, environmental justice activist
Noam Chomsky, professor, MIT
Kathleen Cleaver, co-director, Human Rights Research Fund
Chris Crass, writer and activist
Joy Crocker, Church Women United
Hunter Cutting, executive director, We Interrupt This Message
Malkia Cyril, We Interrupt This Message
Barbara Dane, musician
Gary Delgado, executive director, Applied Research Center
Antonio Diaz, executive director, PODER
Junot Diaz, writer
Kim Diehl, co-director, Southerners on New Ground
Hari Dillon, president, Vanguard Foundation
Roxanne Dunbar-Ortiz, author and professor of womenís and ethnic studies
Louise Dunlap, Writing for Social Change
James Early, board chair, Institute for Policy Studies
Michael Eisenscher, Labor Committee for Peace and Justice
Kim Fellner, executive director, National Organizers Alliance
Bob Forsberg, editor, Sequoia Interreligious Newsmagazine
Frances Fox-Piven, author and professor, CUNY Graduate School
Joseph Gerson, organizer and educator
Fred Goff, Data Center
Chester Hartman, executive director, Poverty & Race Research Action Council
Francisco Herrera, cultural worker, Caminante
Phil Hutchings, racial justice activist
James Jennings, author and teacher, Tufts University
Joo-Hyun Kang, executive director, The Audre Lorde Project
Pam Kelly, director, Unitarian Universalists for a Just Economic Community
Hany Khalil, New York labor and community organizer
Mel King, activist
Yuri Kochiyama, activist
Chris Kromm, director, Institute for Southern Studies
Winona LaDuke, Indigenous Womenís Network
Nomy Lamm, queer writer/performer
Gerald Lenoir, board member, HIV Education and Prevention Project of Alameda County
Julie Light, managing editor, CorpWatch
Laura Livoti, managing director, National Radio Project
Yolanda Lopez, visual artist
Miriam Ching Yoon Louie, activist and author of Sweatshop Warriors
Ying Lee, Peoples Non-Violent Response Coalition
Brutha Los, artist/educator, Company of Prophets
Barbara Lubin, executive director, Middle East Children's Alliance
Eric Mann, executive director, Labor Community Strategy Center
Esperanza Martell, ProLibertad
Sharon Martinas, Challenging White Supremacy Workshops
Stephen McNeil, American Friends Service Committee
Sara Mersha, executive director, Direct Action for Rights and Equality
Juana Alicia Montoya, artist
Richard Moore, executive director, Southwest Network for Economic and Environmental Justice
Cherrie Moraga, author
Iris Morales, educator and filmmaker
Nancy Nadel, Oakland city councilperson
Gus Newport, former mayor of Berkeley
Peter Olney, Institute for Labor and Employment
Samuel Orozco, Radio Bilingue
Richie Perez, Justice Committee/National Congress for Puerto Rican Rights
Eric Quezada, SF Mission District organizer
Colin Rajah, executive director, Just Act
Adrienne Rich, poet
Bruce Richard, vice president, 1199 SEIU
Wilson Riles, former city councilperson and progressive Oakland mayoral candidate
Luz Rodriguez, co-director, Center to Support Immigrant Organizing
David Roediger, labor historian
Loretta Ross, executive director, National Center for Human Rights Education
Jerome Scott, executive director, Project South: Institute for the Elimination of Poverty & Genocide
Seminarians for Peace
Irwin Silber, writer
Andrea Smith, Incite! Women of Color Against Violence
Abdi Soltani, executive director, Californians for Justice
Dona Spring, Berkeley city councilperson
Students for Justice in Palestine
Julia Sudbury, ethnic studies chair, Mills College
Judy Talaugon, Chumash/Cebuano, Atajes Art & Cultural Resources
Makani Themba-Nixon, The Praxis Project
Anthony Thigpenn, Strategy Concepts in Organizing and Policy Education
Mark Toney, executive director, Center for Third World Organizing
Walter Turner, board president, Global Exchange
Karen Wald, journalist
Tim Wise, anti-racism activist and writer
Helen Zia, writer and co-author of Wen Ho Leeís story
Howard Zinn, historian and author of A People's History of the United States

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