Initial Individual Endorsers

Adolfo Pérez Esquivel, Nobel Peace Prize Laureate, Argentina; Alice Walker, author, USA; Alicia Jrapko, National Network on Cuba, USA; Chico Buarque, singer, Brazil; Choco, artist; Cuba, Danny Glover, actor, USA; Dilma Rousseff, former President of Brazil, Fernando Morais, author, Brazil; Fuster, artist, Cuba; Gail Walker, Pastors for Peace, USA; Gloria Rolando, filmaker, Cuba; Ignacio Ramonet, academic, journalist and writer, Spain; James Early, cultural historian, USA; João Pedro Stédile, Landless Workers’ Movement (MST), Brazil; Jodie Evans, CODEPINK, filmmaker, USA; Kcho, artist, Cuba; Luis Britto, writer, Venezuela; Magglio Ordóñez, former Major League Baseball Player, USA; Mark Ruffalo, actor, USA; Medea Benjamin, CODEPINK, author, USA; Mendive, artist, Cuba; Nancy Morejón, poet, Cuba; Noam Chomsky, author, linguist, USA; Oliver Stone, filmmaker, USA; Petra Costa, filmmaker, Brazil; Rafael Correa, former president of Ecuador, Roberto Chile, filmmaker and photographer, Cuba; Tin Cremata, director, La Colmenita National Children's Theater, Cuba; Tom Morello, musician, USA; Silvio Rodriguez, musician, singer-songwriter, Cuba; V formerly Eve Ensler, poet, author, founder V-Day and One Billion Rising, USA; Vijay Prashad, journalist, author, USA; Winona LaDuke, Honor the Earth, USA

Individual Endorsers (partial list)

Afshin Rattansi, journalist, England
Agneta Norberg, Swedish Peace Council, Sweden
Alejandra Benitez, Olympic Athlete 
Anarella Vélez, writer and historian, Honduras
Andrew Cockburn, journalist, author, USA/UK
Ángel Guerra Cabrera, political analyst and journalist, Cuba/Mexico
Ann Wright, Veterans for Peace, USA
Antonio Elías, economist, Uruguay
Ariana María López, philosopher, Cuba
Arnold August, journalist/author, Canada
Arthur Heitzer, National Lawyers Guild, Cuba Subcommittee, USA
Atilio Boron, political scientist and writer, Argentina
Babette Grunow, Milwaukee Latin American Solidarity Committee, USA
Barbara Williams Hayden, actress, USA/Canada
Bia Pasqualino, Director, Brasil de Fato newspaper, Brazil
Bill Hackwell, Resumen Latinoamericano, USA
Bill Montross, National Lawyers Guild, USA
Bob Guild, Marazul Tours, Responsible and Ethical Cuba Travel
Cameron M. Orr, Brooklyn For Peace, USA
Camille Chalmers, economist, Haiti
Carlos Alberto (Beto) Almeida, journalist, Brazil
Carmen Bohórquez, historian, Venezuela
Carol Gay, NJ State Industrial Union Council, USA
Catherine Murphy, The Literacy Project, USA
Chris Caruso, University of the Poor, The Peoples Forum, USA
Christy Breihan, Peace Action, Wisconsin, USA
Conner Lewis, Communist Party USA
Daniel Kovalik, labor and human rights lawyer, USA
Dario Salinas Figueredo, sociologist and professor, Chile/Mexico
David Paul, Task Force of the Americas, USA
David Rovics, singer/songwriter, USA
Diana Block, Venceremos Brigade, USA
Don Bryant, Labor Education and Arts Project
Don Rojas, Institute of the Black World, USA
Elena de Costa, Wisconsin Coalition to Normalize Relations with Cuba
Elizabeth Lee, Canadian Network of Solidarity for Cuba
Ellen Mass, MAPA-Latin America
Esteban Morales Dominguez, Union of Writers and Artists of Cuba (UNEAC), Cuba
Eva Björklund, Women for Peace, Sweden
Father Michael Lapsley SSM, Institute for Healing of Memories, South Africa
Felicity Ruby, Womens International League for Peace and Freedom, Australia
Felix Jesus Velasquez, Izquierda Unida, Venezuela
Fernando Buen Abad Domínguez, philosopher, communication specialist, Mexico/Argentina
Fernando León Jacomino, poet and theatre critic, Cuba
Florencia Lagos Neumann, journalist, Chile/Cuba
Frank Barat, Russell Tribunal and COVID-19 Chronicles, England
Gabriela Cultelli, economist, Uruguay
Gilberto Ríos Munguía, social and political activist, Honduras
Gina Belafonte, Sankofa, USA
Giovanni Reyes, About Face:Veterans Against the War, USA
Githa Hariharan, author and editor, India
Gloria La Riva, ANSWER Coalition, USA
Héctor Díaz Polanco, anthropologist, Mexico
Henry Lowendorf, New Haven Peace Council, USA
Hernando Calvo Ospina, journalist and writer, Colombia/France
Hildebrando Pérez Grande, poet and professor, Peru
Hugo Moldiz, journalist and diplomat, Bolivia
Lara Lee, filmmaker, Cultures of Resistance, Brazil
Irene Leon, sociologist, Ecuador
James Deutsch, Faculty of Medicine, U. of Toronto, CANADA
Javiera Olivares M., journalist and academic, Chile
Javier Couso Permuy, cameraman and journalist, Spain
Jeanette Sanders McCallister, Green Party, USA
Joe Lombardo, United National Antiwar Coalition, USA
Joel Suarez, Martin Luther King Center, Cuba
John Cavanaugh, Institute for Policy Studies, USA
John Kirk, professor, author, Canada
José Alejandro Delgado, musician, Venezuela
Joseph Schechla, Housing and Land Rights Network, USA
Katu Arkonada, political scientist, Basque Country/Mexico
Kavita Ramdas, feminist activist, USA
Ken Morgan, D.C. Coalition in Solidarity with the Cuban Revolution, USA
Kristine Karch, No to NATO, Germany
Laura Bickford, filmmaker, USA
Libby Davis, member fo Canadian Parliament 1997-2015
Rev. Liz Theoharis, Kairos Center of Religions, Rights and Social Justice, USA
Luis Hernández Navarro, journalist and writer, México
Madeleine Rees, Womens International League for Peace and Freedom, South Africa
Manolo Enrique, Popular Education Project, USA
Marco Schneider, philosopher and professor, Brazil
Marcos Teruggi, journalist, Argentina/Venezuela
María Nela Prada, social activist and internationalist, Bolivia
Marília Guimarães, professor and writer, Brazil
Margaret Flowers, Popular Resistance, USA
Marjorie Cohn, International Association of Democratic Lawyers, USA
Martha Allen, Director, Women's Institute for Freedom of the Press, USA
Max Lesnick, Radio Marti, USA
Natasha Lycia Ora Bannann, Past President, National Lawyers Guild
Nadia Bambirra, actress and director, Brazil
Nayar López, political scientist and academic, Mexico
Netfa Freeman, Institute for Policy Studies, USA
Neuri Rossetto, Landless Workers’ Movement (MST), Brazil
Norman Soloman, author, RootsAction.org, USA
Olivia Canales, Center for Global Justice, USA
Omar González, writer and journalist, Cuba
Orlando Perez, journalist, Ecuador
P. Sainath, Journalist, India
Pablo Sepúlveda Allende, doctor and social activist, Chile/ Venezuela
Pasqualina Curcio, Economist and Professor, Venezuela
Patricia A. Murphy, Dallas Peace and Justice Center, USA
Patricio Zamorano, Council on Hemispheric Affairs, USA
Patrick Bond, author, South Africa
Patrick Francis McCann, Veterans for Peace, USA
Paul Laferty, screenwriter, Scotland
Paula Klachko, sociologist, Network in Defense of Humanity, Argentina
Pedro Calzadilla, historian, Venezuela
Prabir Purkayastha, Editor in Chief, NewsClick, India
Priti and Stan Cox, artist and author, The Green New Deal and Beyond, USA
Raul Suarez, Martin Luther King Center, Cuba
Raul Torres, songwriter, singer, Cuba
Renata Avila, human rights lawyer, Guatemala
Rhonda Neugebauer, Books for Cuba, USA
Ricardo Flecha, troubadour and composer, Paraguay
Robert Schwartz, Global Health Partners
Robin Lloyd, Womens International League for Peace and Freedom
Rodrigo H. González, Proximity Cuba
Roger Stoll, TFA, San Rafael, USA
Ron Daniels, President, Institute of the Black World 21st Century
Roy Singham, Chair, Starstream, China
Sandra Levinson, Center for Cuban Studies, USA
Sergio Arria, audio-visual producer, Venezuela
Shailly Barnes, Kairos Center for Religions, Rights and Social Justice, USA
Stephen Edward Kimber, journalist, editor and broadcaster, Canada
Sylvia I. B. Hill, human rights activist, USA
Stella Calloni, journalist and writer, Argentina
Steve Ellner, author, USA
Susan George, President, The Transnational Institute, France
Susan Witt, Schumacher Center for New Economy, USA
Tim Anderson, academic, Australia
Rev. Tony Algood, United Methodist Inner City Mission, Mobile, AL, USA
Victoria Kill, US Women and Cuba Collaboration, USA
Vince Warren, Center for Constitutional Rights, USA
Vivien Lesnik Weisman, filmmaker, USA
Wagner Moura, actor, Brazil
Walter Turner, Global Exchange, USA
Yasemin Zahra, Chairwoman, US Labor Against the War
Dr. Yogesh Jain, Jan Swasthya Sahyog (Peoples Health Support Group), India
Zainab Salbi, media host, author, founder Women for Women International, Iraq/USA