Thank you to all of our donors!

Together we can help bring a people’s history to the classroom.

Organizations

In the spring of 2012, the Zinn Education Project received $67,186 from the 2011 CREDO/Working Assets donations ballot.

In September of 2011, Busboys and Poets in Hyattsville, Md., co-hosted a fundraiser for the Zinn Education Project to celebrate International Peace Day and to dedicate the Zinn Room. The 300-plus attendees were inspired by the words of Jeff Zinn, Bernice Johnson Reagon, Cornel West, Dave Zirin, Beverly Daniel Tatum, Marian Wright Edelman, Barbara Ehrenreich, Medea Benjamin, Craig and Cindy Corrie, and more. Learn more and see film clips.

The Open Society Foundations provided funding for the The Most Dangerous Man in America: Daniel Ellsberg and the Pentagon Papers teaching guide. The funding was provided to the film producers who contracted with the Zinn Education Project to produce the guide in time for the PBS/POV broadcast in October, 2010.

Members of the Mindfulness in Education White Paper Group made a donation in memory of Howard Zinn in April, 2010; the People’s Celebration of Howard Zinn raised funds for the Zinn Education Project at their event in May, 2010; and Veterans for Peace Chapter 9 Smedley Butler Brigade members made a donation in July, 2010.

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The Caipirinha Foundation contributed to the development and promotion of the Zinn Education Project website in 2009. The Zinn Education Project is featured on their Cultures of Resistance website.

The following publishers and organizations have donated books and DVDs: Seven Stories Press, The People Speak, ODT Maps, the Media Education Foundation, and HarperCollins. Seven Stories Press also gave us permission to post, for free download, all the chapters from the teaching guide for Voices of a People’s History.

Individuals

We offer our appreciation to everyone who has made a donation to sustain the Zinn Education Project. Please add your name to the list. Give your support to the Zinn Education Project today.

Larry Aaronson
Karen Adams
Rania Abdul-Khalek
Lea and Wallace
Adams-Ashby
Sunshine Al-Jumaily
Sabri Akural
Darryl Alexander
Alexander-Shelton
Boryana Alexandrova-Tacconi
Jo & Becky Allen-Oleet
Marta Ames
Sara Armstrong
Betsy Anderson
Joan and Peter Andrews
Anonymous (30)
Anonymous, in honor of
the Bread & Roses Heritage
Committee
An Anti-imperialist
Dave Armenti
Lauren Anderson
Bette Ashworth
Sara Armstrong
Jack Baker
Rosemary Barbera
Lisa Barile-Knox
Mark Barry
Lisa Baskin
Paul Behamou
Mary Belmontez
Natalie Benelli
Kenneth Bernstein
Jeff Biggers
Bill Bigelow
Charles Blanco
Sue Blake
Suzanne Bordwell
Boston University
Anti-War Coalition
Kathleen Bougher
Karen Bradley
Mike Brannon
Kathryn Brightbill, in memory of
Lori Wass
Mark Brody
Deborah Brown
Mike Budd
Michael Bullion
Alan Burnam
Dara Burwell
Rebecca Burwell
Melanie Bush, in honor of
Roderick Douglas Bush,
brilliant and loving soulmate
Martamarie Byron
Les Canges
Nancy Carlsson-Paige
and Matt Damon
Elsie Casler
Romy Carver
Michael Charney
Carole Charnow
and Clive Grainger
Jennifer Chavez-Miller
Ken Chiancone
Noam Chomsky
John Christopher
Stefan Cohen
David Colapinto
William Collins
in honor of Steve Fleury
Graziella Constanzo
Randall Converse
Mary Conway
Alice Cook
Craig and Cynthia Corrie
Emilye Crosby
Peter Crownfield
Joan Davis
Kipp Dawson
David Dean
Gabriel Deerman
Elena Dillon
Diogenes
Patricia Dirlam
Michael Dorman
Nancy Dotlo
Michael Douglas
Linda Dubman
Corey Dugan
Janis Dutton
Penelope Eckert
Judy Rosella Edwards
Sean Elias-Reyes
Bryan Emmel
Arline Epstein
Anne Erde
Semaete Ermias
Anne Fairbrother
Coralie Farlee
John Feffer
Frederick Feinstein
Nancy Feinstein
Harvey Fernbach
Laura Fillmore
Patrick J. Finn
Annette Firestein
Chris Flurry
Christine Fogler
Robert Forrant
Melissa Fox
Evelyn Frankl
Freedom Lifted Civil Rights
Tours
Judi Freeman
James T. Gardner
Lewis Gitelman
Victoria Gass
Jo Ann Goertner
Rick Goldsmith
Elizabeth Gonzalez
Lee Goodman-Gargagliano
Katharine Goshorn
Mark Gregory
Susan Griffin
Helen Gym
Chris Hale
Jessica Haley
Denise Hamler
Lauren Harris, in honor of
Kathrynne Creecy
John Hart
Chester Hartman
Edgar Hatcher
Jo Hayward-Haines
Marietta Hedges
David Hernandez
Michael Heubusch
Ginny Hildebrand
Deborah Hinman
Shannon Hodgeson
Cathy Hoffman and Betty Burkes
Jann Hoge
Candace Hollingsworth
Peter Holskin
Susan Holtzman
William Holtzman
Mary Jo Hood
George Hopkins
Mary Hutchinson
Tom Israel
Philippa Jackson
May Jalladah
Bruce Jawer
Diann Jenkins
Natasha Joseph
Pouri Jozani
Bernadette Jusinski
Myla Kabat-Zinn
Pat Kahn
John Karas
Kenneth Kay
Kelley
Jason M. Kelly
Diana Kendall
Michael Kieschnick
Barbara Kissling, in honor of
Mark Kissling
Cara Kissling, in honor of
Mark Kissling
Sherryl Kleinman
Maria T. Kluge
Stephen M. Kohn
Joan Kramer
Constance Krause
Matthew Krumme
Lester Krupp
Catherine Kunkel
Patricia Kunkel
Stephen LaBash
Mrie-Thérèse Labossière Thomas
Antoine Lagarde
Patricia Laird
Matthew Lankford
Carol Landsman
Dr. Ellie Larmouth
Meagan Lasky and
Eric White
Gail Lelyveld
Carol Leven
Tom Lesser and Maggie Speigel
Nate Loman
La Vina Lowery
Anne Lown, in memory of
Steve Shreefter
Patri Lucas
Heidi Lyon, in honor of
Mark Kissling
Clarence Lusane
Benjamin Mannion
Fran Manocchio
Melissa Mannis
Gene Marchi
Catharine Marie
Michelle Marquart
Tessa Maurer, in honor of
Brad Maurer and May Zia
Mary McCracken
Jim McCue
Cheryl McDavitt
Mary Mikesell
Biljana Milenkovic
Morgan Miller
Peter Miller
Lea Mitchell
Roxana Moayedi
Pulin Modi
Joseph Montuori
Howard Morland
Richard Morris
Joelle Morrison
Denis Mueller
Donald Murray
Helen Nance
Linda Naranjo-Huebl
Nate
Jennifer Nathan, in honor of
my mother Mindy Nathan,
high school principal and
amazing teacher
Jonothan Neelands
Sonia and Angel Nieto
Susan E. Noffke
Shanti Norris
Colleen O’Neill
Sterling Pack
Casey Pakingan
John Parks
R. D. Parsons
Educator V. Pearson
Margaret Pedroza
Jenny Penland
Clark Peters
Trayce Peterson
Jo Peterson
Catherine Peyroux
Amy Piacitelli
Rick Piedade
Bill Pierce
Paul Pinsky
Sonny Pinto
Rosemary Plakas
Les Plewa
Brent Pollock
Sarah Redmond
Adam Reed
Ethel Reinharz
Revolutionary Press
Judy Richardson
Craig Rock
Blanca Rosa Rodriguez
Eleanor Rubin, in memory of
Ellen Levine
Alice Rudnick
Julie Ruggles
Michael Russell
Karen Saba
Carl Salzman
Thomas Samuels
Sharon
James Schaudt
David Schaff
Rhoda Seidler, in honor of
my father Glyde, who died in
the Spanish Civil War—
the Lincoln Brigade
Rowan Shafer-Rickles
Steve Shapiro
Alice Shechter and Lee Ornati
in memory of Benjamin Shechter
Nancy Sheer
Bonnie Shelley
Lee Schere
Robert Shetterly
Sid and Judith Shroyer
Joanne Siegla
Hendrik Sijgers
Joel Silberman
Jane Silva
Harvey Silverglate
Mark Simon
Melinda Skinner
Nancy Smith
Naomi Smith
Randall Smith
Cynthia Solem
Penny Solomon
Chad Sommer
Bud Sonka
Katie Spear
Jeanne St. John
Mollie Stapleton Clark
Laura Steinman
Sarah Stott
Ed Sugden
Dorothy Sutton
Kim Tapio-Nuzzo
Beverly Daniel Tatum
David Tau
Walter Teague
Diane Teichert
Makani Themba-Nixon
Kimron C. Thomas
Lauran Thompson
Paulette Thompson
Virginia Tibbetts
Mary Beth Tinker
Tigerbill & Zoe
Fereshteh Toosi
Thomas Trinley
David J. Trowbridge
Brenda and Knox Tull
Nzinga Tull
Valentine
Julia Van Dyke
Luther and Margaret Vanummersen
John Vincent
Wendell Wagner
Valerie Wald
Patricia Wardino
Ina Way, in memory
of Lori Wass
Jill Weiler
Adam Weiss
Anne Williams
Jeannie Williams
Renee and Roger Williams Family
Dianna Williams-Hefley
Karen Wilkison
Sheryl Winarick
James Wohlgemuth
Fiona Young
Adrienne Zanini
Gayle Zoffe
David Zwerdling
Naomi Zurcher

Hands-On Help and Advice

The following people volunteered their time and/or have provided pro-bono advice.

Rebecca Armendariz
Bonny Cochran
Zach Crago
Damien Filer
Elizabeth Kenyon
Victoria Kimerling
Amy Lee
Kate Lupien
Jonathan Porat
Lauren Reed
Michael Remillard
Kati Swalwell
Sarah Trumble
Jozi Zwerdling

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