SPEAKERS

Over 80 speakers from the worlds of advocacy, media and government.

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F. Paul Bland

Public Justice

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Robert T. Coulter

The Indian Law Resource Center

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Clarence Ditlow

Center for Auto Safety

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Jay Feldman

Beyond Pesticides

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Karen Friedman

Pension Rights Center

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Ralf Hotchkiss

Whirlwind Wheelchair

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Michael McPhearson

Veterans For Peace

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Harvey Rosenfield

Consumer Watchdog

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Phil Donahue

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Laura Flanders

The Laura Flanders Show

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Mark Green

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Jim Hightower

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Winona LaDuke

Honor the Earth

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Jim Naureckas

Extra!

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Lori Wallach

Global Trade Watch

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Matt Wuerker

POLITICO

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Jim Cason

FCNL

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William Hartung

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Kevin Martin

Peace Action

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Colman McCarthy

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Allan Nairn

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Paul Pillar

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Lawrence Wilkerson

College of William and Mary

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Bruce Fein

Bruce Fein Law

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S. David Freeman

Friends of the Earth

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Russell Mokhiber

Corporate Crime Reporter

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Michael Shuman

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Jesselyn Radack

ExposeFacts

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Thomas Drake

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Janine Jackson

FAIR

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Marta Tellado

Consumer Reports

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Michael J. Copps

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Eugene Jarecki

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Raed Jarrar

AFSC

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Medea Benjamin

CODEPINK

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Chris Hedges

Truthdig

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Phyllis Bennis

IPS

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Stephen Kinzer

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Dennis Kucinich

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Wenonah Hauter

Food & Water Watch

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Janet Domenitz

MASSPIRG

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Kirk Wiebe

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Pete Davis

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Mickey Huff

Project Censored

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Barry Ladendorf

Veterans For Peace

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John Nichols

The Nation

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Greg LeRoy

Good Jobs First

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Karen Higgins, RN

National Nurses United

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Kevin Zeese

Popular Resistance

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Ralph Nader

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Patti Smith

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Stephen Cohen

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William Binney

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Miles Rapoport

Common Cause

Breaking through Power

Four days of days of learning, planning and organizing.

Change the conversation

On May 24, Breaking through Power – The Media, We will discuss forming a new advocacy group “Voices” that will work to open up the commercial media, that use the public airwaves free of charge, to much more serious content.

86 Speakers

Over four days, speakers will present innovative ideas and strategies designed to take existing civic groups to higher levels of effectiveness. The participants will be asked to support the creation of several new organizations.

Civic Mobilization

Thousands of people at Constitution Hall and around the country and connect long-available knowledge to long-neglected action for the necessities and aspirations of people from all backgrounds.

venue

DAR Constitution Hall is Washington DC’s largest Concert Hall.

Constitution Hall

DAR Constitution Hall

1776 D Street NW, Washington, D.C. 20006
(202) 628-1776
Near 17th and C

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SPONSORS

Sponsored by Ralph Nader and the Center for the Study of Responsive Law.

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