M.D., former Pres., NY Physicians for Social Responsibility
Senior Economist, Ctr for Economic & Policy Research
Exec. Dir., Campaign to Abolish Poverty (San Francisco)
Co-founder and Exec. Dir., Why Hunger
Elaine Bernard, Director,
Trade Union Program, Harvard Univ.
Ruth A. Brandwein,
Prof. of Social Policy, SUNY-Stony Brook
M. Harvey Brenner,
Prof. of Health Policy and Mgt, Johns Hopkins Univ.
Prof. of Public Policy, Concordia Univ. (Canada); Intern'l Research
Group on Employment
chair, National Organization for Women’s New York State (NOW-NYS) Women’s Employment Task Force; Past Pres. NOW-NYS
Leg. Dir., Americans for Democratic Action
Past Pres., Economic Policy Institute
former Chair, National Board, Gray Panthers
Director, Center for Full Employment and Price Stability, University
of Missouri-Kansas City.
Prof. of Economics, Univ. of Texas, Austin
Herbert J. Gans,
Emer. Prof. of Sociology, Columbia Univ.; Past Pres., Amer.
Gil, Prof. of Social Policy, Brandeis Univ.
Chair, Economic Policy Com., ADA
Grossman, Chair (Emeritus), Council for a Livable World
Harvey, Rutgers Univ. School of Law
Dir., Harlem Fight Back
President, NY State AFL-CIO
K. Hunnicutt, Sr., Prof. of
Leisure Studies, Univ. of Iowa
Rhoda H. Karpatkin,
Pres. Emer., Consumers Union
Professor of Economics, Labor Education and Research Center,
University of Oregon (Eugene)
Lawyer and Historian
Rapoport Centennial Chair in Economic and Public Affairs,
Univ. of Texas and former US Secretary of Labor
Rabbi J. Rolando
Matalon, Congregation B'nai Jeshurun
Pres., EPI, co-author, The State of Working America
Prof., School of Social Work, Univ. of Connecticut
Nadler, US Congress, House
Newman, Prof., Sociology, Princeton University
Pixley, Senior Lecturer, Sociology, Univ. of New South
Political Economy Research Ctr. & Prof. of Economics, UMASS/Amherst
C.S.J., Chair, Coalition for Abolition of the Death Penalty
P. Quigley, Janet Mary Riley Disting. Prof. of
Law, Loyola Univ.
Unemployment activist (Sweden)
Rawlings, Dir.(ret.), Urban Initiatives Program, National
Council of Churches of Christ, USA
Robert B. Reich, Prof.
of Public Policy, Univ. of California, Berkeley; former Secretary
of Labor former Secretary of Labor
former Asst. Dir. of Econ. Research, AFL-CIO
Prof. of Economics, Sarah Lawrence College
Rose, Prof. of Economics, Cal. State Univ, San Bernardino
Chair, Puerto Rican Studies, Brooklyn Col.
William E. Scheuerman,
Pres., United Univ. Professions, NYS
Schor, Prof., Sociology, Boston College
Seeger, Folk-singer and Environmentalist
Sidel, Prof. of Sociol., Hunter College
M.D., Dist. Univ. Prof., Albert Einstein Sch. Of Med.
Theda Skocpol, Victor S. Thomas Prof. of Government and Sociology,
Emeritus Prof, History, CSU-Dominguez Hills
di Suvero, Sculptor
Marc R. Tool,
Past Pres., Assoc. for Evolutionary Economics
L. Trumka, Secretary-Treasurer [now President], AFL-CIO
B. Uehlein, Pres., Labor Heritage Fdtn, &
former Dir., Strategic Campaigns, AFL-CIO
Rembert G.Weakland,O.S.B.,Archbishop of Milwaukee
West, Univ. Prof., Ctr for African American Studies,
J. Whalen, Instit.for Industry Studies, Cornell
Julius Wilson, Prof. of Social Policy, Harvard University
Kent Wong, Director,
Ctr for Labor Research & Education., UCLA
The National Jobs For All Coaltion remembers
its late advisers and leaders with gratitude: Winifred
Bell, social policy scholar • Alice H.
Cook, labor educator; advocate for working women •
dedicated Latino scholar-activist • Robert
Eisner, Past President, Am. Econ. Assoc
• Ossie Davis, playwright, leading actor,
civil rights activist • The
Rev. Dr. Robert W. Edgar, Congress, Genl. Sec., NCCC, Common Cause • John
Kenneth Galbraith, Past Pres., Am. Econ.
Assn, noted author • Bertram Gross,
chief drafter of the Employment Act of 1946 & Humphrey-Hawkins
Act • Hon.
Augustus Hawkins, US Congress, House, co-author,
Humphrey/Hawkins "Full Employment and Balanced Growth Act
of 1978" • Robert Heilbroner,
author, The Worldly Philosophers • Jörg
a founder, Alternative Economic Policy for Europe •Walter Johnson,
Sec/Treas, San Francisco Central Labor Council • Manning
Marable, Dir., Institute For Research in African-American
Studies and Prof. of History, Columbia Univ.
• Seymour Melman, scholar-critic of the Permanent
War Economy • Rudolf Meidner, architect
of Swedish full-employment, welfare state • Ward Morehouse, Bhopal, anti-corporate activist • Sumner
M. Rosen, scholar-activist • Jack
Sheinkman, President–Emer., Amalgamated, Clothing
Workers of America, AFL-CIO • Robert
J. Schwartz, co-founder, Economists Allied Against
the Arms Race • Herbert Simon,
Nobel Laureate, Economics, pioneer in artificial intelligence
Hans Singer, innovator, development economics
• William Vickrey,
Nobel Laureate, Economics, and advocate of "chock-full"
employment • Elizabeth Wickenden, social
welfare and Social Security policy consultant