Ady Barkan

is an organizer with the Center for Popular Democracy Action and the cofounder of the Be A Hero PAC.

Medea Benjamin

is the co-founder of the women-led peace group CODEPINK and the co-founder of the human rights group Global Exchange.

Melissa Byrne

is an organizer, activist and occupier and veteran of the 2016 and 2020 Bernie Sanders for President campaigns.

Leslie Cagan

is a veteran peace and justice organizer.

Noam Chomsky

is a world-renowned linguist, public intellectual and University of Arizona laureate professor.

Marjorie Cohn

is professor emerita at Thomas Jefferson School of Law and a former president of the National Lawyers Guild.

John Cusack

is an American actor, producer, screenwriter and activist.

RoseAnn DeMoro

is the former executive director of National Nurses United and a former national VP and executive board member of the AFL-CIO.

Barbara Ehrenreich

is an author and political activist and former honorary co-chair of the Democratic Socialists of America.

Daniel Ellsberg

is an American economist, peace and disarmament activist, and former United States military analyst who, in 1971, released the Pentagon Papers detailing U.S. military involvement in Vietnam.

Dr. Abdul El-Sayed

is a physician, epidemiologist and progressive activist who was a 2018 Michigan gubernatorial candidate and the former Health Commissioner for Detroit.

Bill Fletcher Jr.

is a racial justice and labor activist and senior scholar with the Institute for Policy Studies.

Josh Fox

is a film director, environmental activist, and one of the most well-known public opponents of hydraulic fracturing (fracking) and horizontal drilling.

Pia Gallegos

is a workers’ rights lawyer, RootsAction.org board chair, and co-founder of the Adelante Progressive Caucus of the Democratic Party of New Mexico.

Kerri Evelyn Harris

is a 2018 US Senate candidate who works directly with impacted communities as a community advocate and organizer to advance social and economic justice.

Thom Hartmann

is the most listened to progressive radio/TV talk show host in the country, columnist and prolific author, most recently: “The Hidden History of Monopolies.”

Jim Hightower

is a progressive populist author, radio commentator, and former Texas Agriculture Commissioner.

Ro Khanna

is co-chair of California’s delegation to the Democratic Convention and a U.S. Representative.

Sonali Kolhatkar

is host and executive producer of “Rising Up with Sonali,” a columnist and former astrophysicist.

Jamie Margolin

is an activist, and a co-founder of Zero Hour.

Bill McKibben

is an author, environmentalist, and a founder of 350.org.

Annabel Park

is a filmmaker and producer. She is Managing Partner at Main St. Media, and recently launched Count Me In to Win.

Linda Sarsour

is a Palestinian Muslim American organizer from Brooklyn, author and the Co-Founder of Until Freedom.

Roy Tatem, Jr.

is a civil rights leader and was the Deputy Director for African American Outreach for Bernie 2016.

Rashida Tlaib

is a U.S. Representative from Michigan and was a surrogate for Bernie Sanders 2020.

Brianna Westbrook

is Phoenix DSA At-Large Officer and a former Bernie Sanders National Surrogate.

Winnie Wong

is a founding organizer of Occupy Wall Street and Occupy Sandy. She was a Senior Advisor to Bernie Sanders 2020 and co-founded People For Bernie 2016.

James Zogby

is founder of the Arab American Institute and a surrogate for Bernie Sanders 2020.