Poets Against War continues the tradition of socially engaged poetry by creating venues for poetry as a voice against war, tyranny and oppression.

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This is a list of people who have contributed time, energy, and passion to Poets Against War.

Board of Directors
Sarah Browning
Martín Espada
Gray Foster
Nancy Giebink
Sam Hamil
William O'Daly

Special Projects
Kenan Block
Nancy Giebink
Jonathan King
Craig Kosak
Mary Lathrop
Joel Leskowitz
Tim Feeder
Herb Chao Gunther

Grant Writers
Noel Franklin
Jonathan King

Web Dev & Content Team
Version 2.0
Jill Beaumont - Web Designer
Colin Foden - Web Developer

Version 1.0
Tom Blumer
David Habib
Andrew Himes
Nina Kang
Samantha Moscheck

PAW Website Editors
Maryna Ajaja
Sally Anderson
Kelly Blue
Ronald Bolisay
Jan Bultmann
David Caligiuri
Sampurna Chattarji 
Ina Chang
Karin Colsman
Beth Coyote
Larry Ebersole
Barb Evans
Hugo Cuevas-Mohr
Carolyn Hauck
Kevin Higgins
Thomas Hubbard
Nancy Johnson
Pam Kilborn-Miller
Jonathan King
Karen Lenburg
Jeffrey Mackie
Jim Molnar
Brenda Matteson
Tom McDonald
Susan Millar duMars
Colin Morton
Mary Oak
Olga Owens
Mary Park
Pina Piccolo
Dave Reeves
Joseph Riley
Ellen Setteducati
Holly Thomas
Ken Thompson
Lori Walls
Michael Welch
Jessamyn West
Alix Wilber

Poetry Reading Coordinators, Seattle
Mary Lathrop
Ellen Setteducati
Michael Welch

Organizing and Event Management  in Washington, DC
Jill Bond
Sarah Browning
Kim Roberts
Sandy Solomon
Emily Warn

U.S. Representatives at PAW DC Press Conference
Marcy Kaptur (D-Ohio)
Dennis Kucinich (D-Ohio)
Jim McDermott (D-Washington)
John Conyers (D-Michigan)

PAW Global Contacts
Anth Ginn - Great Britain
Karen Margolis and Hans Jessen - Germany
Bob Hicks - Canada
Alison Croggon, Jill Jones, and Jacinta Le Plastrier Aboukhater - Australia
Carlos Hinojosa - Mexico
Giulio Stocchi - Italy
Wayne Pounds - Japan

Poetry Readers in DC
Cornelius Eady
W.S. Merwin
Terry Tempest Williams

Carrie Demming
Jeff Hayward
Amy Schauss Murphy
Ward Serrill

With special thanks to the extraordinary poets who spoke out at readings around the world, and to everyone who submitted a poem, sent a donation, or otherwise showed their support at such an important and perilous junction in history.