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Executive Committee

Gertrude Schaffner Goldberg, Chair; Charles Bell, Vice-Chair; Helen Lachs Ginsburg and June Zaccone, Publications; Greg Heires, Newsletter; Charles Bell, Legislative Committee; Marvin Rich, Fund Raising; June Zaccone, Web; At large: Barbara Arms (IL); Susan Bendor; Sheila Collins; Noreen Connell; David Gil (MA); Douglas Grote (NJ); Philip Harvey (NJ/PA); Logan Martinez (OH); William P. Quigley (LA); Eduardo Rosario (NY); Marguerite Rosenthal[MA]; Frank Stricker (CA). Logan Martinez (OH), Outreach Coordinator

Advisory Board

Elaine Allen, M.D., former Pres., NY Physicians for Social Responsibility 

Eileen Appelbaum, Senior Economist, Ctr for Economic & Policy Research

Barbara Arms, Exec. Dir., Campaign to Abolish Poverty (San Francisco) 

Bill Ayres, 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. 

Harold Chorney, Prof. of Public Policy, Concordia Univ. (Canada); Intern'l Research Group on Employment 

Noreen Connell, chair, National Organization for Women’s New York State (NOW-NYS) Women’s Employment Task Force; Past Pres. NOW-NYS 

Darryl Fagin, Leg. Dir., Americans for Democratic Action 

Jeff Faux, Past Pres., Economic Policy Institute 

Charlotte Flynn, former Chair, National Board, Gray Panthers 

Mathew Forstater, Director, Center for Full Employment and Price Stability, University of Missouri-Kansas City. 

James K. Galbraith, Prof. of Economics, Univ. of Texas, Austin

Herbert J. Gans, Emer. Prof. of Sociology, Columbia Univ.; Past Pres., Amer. Sociol. Assn. 

David Gil, Prof. of Social Policy, Brandeis Univ.

Woodrow Ginsburg, Chair, Economic Policy Com., ADA

Jerome Grossman, Chair (Emeritus), Council for a Livable World 

Philip Harvey, Rutgers Univ. School of Law

James Haughton, Dir., Harlem Fight Back 

Denis M. Hughes, President, NY State AFL-CIO 

Benjamin K. Hunnicutt, Sr., Prof. of Leisure Studies, Univ. of Iowa 

Rhoda H. Karpatkin, Pres. Emer., Consumers Union

Gordon Lafer, Professor of Economics, Labor Education and Research Center, University of Oregon (Eugene)

Staughton Lynd, Lawyer and Historian 

Ray Marshall, 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 

Lawrence Mishel, Pres., EPI, co-author, The State of Working America

Julio Morales, Prof., School of Social Work, Univ. of Connecticut 

Hon. Jerrold Nadler, US Congress, House 

Katherine Newman, Prof., Sociology, Princeton University

Jocelyn Pixley, Senior Lecturer, Sociology, Univ. of New South Wales, Australia 

Robert Pollin Co-Dir., Political Economy Research Ctr. & Prof. of Economics, UMASS/Amherst

Helen Prejean, C.S.J., Chair, Coalition for Abolition of the Death Penalty

William P. Quigley, Janet Mary Riley Disting. Prof. of Law, Loyola Univ.

Therese Rajaniemi, Unemployment activist (Sweden) 

Rev. Charles 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

Markley Roberts, former Asst. Dir. of Econ. Research, AFL-CIO 

Frank Roosevelt, Prof. of Economics, Sarah Lawrence College 

Nancy Rose, Prof. of Economics, Cal. State Univ, San Bernardino

Virginia Sanchez-Korrol, Chair, Puerto Rican Studies, Brooklyn Col. 

William E. Scheuerman, Pres., United Univ. Professions, NYS 

Juliet Schor, Prof., Sociology, Boston College

Ruth Sidel, Prof. of Sociol., Hunter College

Victor Sidel, M.D., Dist. Univ. Prof., Albert Einstein Sch. Of Med. 

Theda Skocpol, Victor S. Thomas Prof. of Government and Sociology, Harvard Univ. 

Frank Stricker, Emeritus Prof, History, CSU-Dominguez Hills

Mark di Suvero, Sculptor

Marc R. Tool, Past  Pres., Assoc. for Evolutionary Economics 

Richard L. Trumka, Secretary-Treasurer [now President], AFL-CIO 

Joseph B. Uehlein, Exec. Dir, Labor Network for Sustainability, & former Dir., Strategic Campaigns, AFL-CIO

Most Reverend Rembert G.Weakland,O.S.B.,Archbishop of Milwaukee [retired]

Cornel West, Univ. Prof., Ctr for African American Studies, Princeton Univ.

Charles J.  Whalen, Instit.for Industry Studies, Cornell Univ.

William 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 • Frank Bonilla, 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 PhilosophersJörg Huffschmid, 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 • Pete Seeger, Folk-singer and Environmentalist • 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 • Sir 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

*Hear Sumner on full employment in a video [1997; about 6-1/2 minutes to download via dsl ; note that Coalition location and tel. have changed]

Member Organizations (In formation)

Alliance of Hispanic Social Workers 

American Orthopsychiatric Association 

American Public Health Association 

Americans for Democratic Action 

Black Concerns Committee, New York Yearly Meeting, 
     Religious Society of Friends 

Campaign to Abolish Poverty/Full Employment Coalition (San Francisco) 

Center for Full Employment and Price Stability, University of Missouri-Kansas City. 

Chicago Political Economy Group

Committee on Economic Insecurity (MA) 

Committees of Correspondence 

Council on International and Public Affairs 

Democratic Socialists of America 

Economic and Social Human Rights Advocacy Network 

Gray Panthers 

Green Party, New York State 

Harlem Fight Back 

Jews for Racial and Economic Justice 

Long Island Alliance for Peaceful Alternatives 

Massachusetts Chapter, National Association of Social Workers 

Miami Valley (Ohio) Unemployed Committee 

National Association of Social Workers 

National Rainbow Coalition 

New York City Chapter, NASW 

New York City Friends of Clearwater 

New York Labor and Religion Coalition 

New York Unemployed Committee 

Planners Network 

Socialist Party 

Unitarian-Universalist Service Committee 

United Neighborhood Houses of New York 

Urban Initiatives Program, National Council of Churches 

War Resisters League 

Welfare Law Center, formerly Center on Social Welfare Policy and Law 

Westside Peace Action 

World Hunger Year

 

 

National Jobs for All Coalition
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203-856-3877
Lynbrook, NY 11563

Email: njfac [at] njfac.org

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