Ramsey Clark, Haifa Zangana, and Thomas Ehrlich Reifer
RAMSEY CLARK is an attorney, teacher and writer. He served as Attorney General of the United States during the Johnson Administration. He is actively engaged in practice of law, in fields of law, peace, disarmament, human rights, civil rights, civil liberties, voting rights, health, education, and others. In 1991 he founded the International Action Center.
HAIFA ZANGANA is an Iraqi political commentator, novelist, and former prisoner of Saddam Hussein’s regime. She is a weekly columnist for al-Quds newspaper and a commentator for the Guardian, Red Pepper, and al-Ahram Weekly, and the author of City of Widows: An Iraqi Woman's Account of War and Resistance. She lives in London.
THOMAS EHRLICH REIFER is an educator from California.