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  • '''Angela Kelley'''... In 2005 Angela Kelley served as a senior staff<ref>http://www.americanprogress.org/aboutus
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  • [[Image:Angela doyle.jpg|thumb|Angela Doyle]] '''Angela Doyle'''...
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  • '''Angela Gilliam'''... ...“Endorsers of the Call” to found a [[Black Radical Congress]] included Angela Gilliam, [[Northwest Labor and Employment Law Office]]<ref>http://www.hartf
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  • '''Angela Canterbury''' works for [[Public Citizen]] Director of Advocacy for the Con
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  • '''Angela Kelly''' In July 2007 Angela Kelly representing [[National Youth & Student Peace Coalition]] was affilia
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  • '''Angela (Rickie) Ricciardelli'''
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  • '''Angela Narain''' was the Loan Fund Associate of the [[McAuley Institute]] in 2000.
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  • '''Angela Shansky'''... In 1994 [[Angela Shansky]], Chicago was listed on a "Membership, Subscription and Mailing Li
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  • '''Angela E. Arzubiaga''' [[Angela E. Arzubiaga]] of the Arizona State University signed the statement.<ref>[h
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  • '''Angela Hill''' [[Angela Hill]] signed the statement.<ref>[http://www.liberal-education.com/content/
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  • '''Angela Miller''' [[Angela Miller]] of the University of Houston signed the statement.<ref>[http://www
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  • '''Angela Clifford''' [[Angela Clifford]] of the University of Illinois at Chicago signed the statement.<r
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  • '''Angela Folkes''' [[Angela Folkes]] signed the statement<ref>[http://www.liberal-education.com/content
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  • '''Angela D. Williams''' [[Angela Williams]] of the [[Africa Today Magazine]] was a delegate at the conferenc
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  • '''Angela Green''' [[Angela Green]] signed the statement<ref>[http://www.liberal-education.com/content/
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  • '''Angela Aidala''' [[Angela Aidala]] of the Columbia University signed the statement<ref>[http://www.li
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  • '''Angela Rose Black''' [[Angela Rose Black]] of University of Illinois, Chicago signed the statement<ref>[h
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  • '''Angela Bishop''' [[Angela Bishop]] signed the statement<ref>[http://www.liberal-education.com/content
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  • #REDIRECT [[Chicago Committee to Free Angela Davis]]
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  • '''Angela Cali''' In 2008 Angela Cali of NJ [[Peace Action]], Montclair, NJ signed an online petition “A O
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  • '''Angela Davis Defense Committees and similarly named organizations''' ...fferent names. For standardization of names, this section is entitled the "Angela Davis Defense Committees" though each known name will be listed and describ
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  • [[Image:ADimages.jpeg|thumb|Angela Davis]] '''Angela Y. Davis''' serves on the Advisory Board<ref>http://www.cc-ds.org/advisory_
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  • ...uary 9, 1971, pp. 1 and 11, in an article by [[Stephanie Allan]] entitled "Angela rallies held in churches". More details immediately below. ==Sharpton and the CPUSA front, Committee to Free Angela Davis==
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  • ...nded in 1973 in Chicago, Illinois. Its grew out of the struggle to free [[Angela Davis]] from a "racist frame-up" on murder charges surrounding the aborted ...from [[Angela Davis]]. Josephine had been tireless in the campaign to free Angela Davis and all political prisoners in the early 1970s. She was at the foundi
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  • [[File:Angela J. Davis.jpg|thumb|350px|Angela J. Davis]] ...]].<ref>https://www.wcl.american.edu/community/faculty/profile/adavis/bio/ Angela J. Davis, Accessed January 31 2018</ref>
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  • Angela Lowe The University of Texas at Austin Angela Wu Marriage and Family Therapist
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  • ...owed use of the church for meetings of the [[San Antonio Committee to Free Angela Davis]], SNCC-Panther meetings, and allowed members of the SNCC-Panthers op ...is focused intently on a local effort in support of the campaign to free [[Angela Davis]], the California activist and college professor who was jailed for h
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  • *[[Angela Mooney D'Arcy]] Angela Paul
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  • [[Image:Angelasanbrano.gif|thumb|Angela Sanbrano]] '''Angela Sanbrano''' is the President of [[National Alliance of Latin American and C
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  • =="Free Angela Davis"== ...multi-ethnic coalition of individuals attempting to free black activist [[Angela Davis]], including executing a local petition campaign signed by black Stat
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  • ...ence is most famously illustrated in the success of the campaign to free [[Angela Davis]]. In her solidarity visits, she met with CPUSA leader [[Claudia Jone ...tical Repression]], the organization that grew out of the campaign to free Angela Davis. As [[Communist Party USA]] candidate in 1968, she was the first Afri
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  • [[File:Angela Williamson.JPG|thumb|300px|Angela Williamson]] [[Angela Williamson]]'s bio from [[Online 2 Offline]] Strategy:<ref>[https://www.o2o
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  • * [[Angela Rayner]], Deputy Leader and Chair of the [[Labour Party]] * [[Angela Smith]], Shadow Leader of the Lords
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  • =="Free Angela Davis"== ...e 12, 1971, covered a San Antonio meeting “!,500 in San Antonio at Free Angela meeting."
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  • =="Free Angela Davis"== ...multi-ethnic coalition of individuals attempting to free black activist [[Angela Davis]], including executing a local petition campaign signed by black Stat
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  • =="Free Angela Davis"== ...multi-ethnic coalition of individuals attempting to free black activist [[Angela Davis]], including executing a local petition campaign signed by black Stat
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  • '''Angela Glover Blackwell''' is on the Board of Directors at [[Sojourners]].<ref>[ht [[Angela Glover Blackwell]], started [[PolicyLink]] in 1999 and continues to drive i
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  • ...to include [[Martin Luther King, Jr.]], [[Muhammad Ali]], [[Malcolm X]], [[Angela Davis]], [[Adam Clayton Powell, Jr.]] [[James Baldwin]], [[Hulan Jack]] and =="An Open Letter to My Sister, Angela Y. Davis"==
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  • ● [[Angela Bishop]] ● [[Angela Rose Black]]
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  • ...the CJA staff: Campaigns Director [[Ananda Lee Tan]], Executive Director [[Angela Adrar]], Climate Justice Policy Coordinator [[Cynthia Mellon]], Member Enga [[Shaun Grogan-Brown]], [[Maria Irene Lopez]] and [[Angela Adrar]].
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