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Campaign Friends

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Campaign Activists

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Book Champions

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Supporters

These People Are Speaking Out

It's fun to see the names of people speaking out on the map, but it's also impressive to see all these people listed in one place. Click below to see lists of the people who are making Speak Out come to life.

These people have become Campaign Friends, putting their name on the map as supporters of Speak Out.

113

Campaign Friends

  • Wolfger Schneider — Charlotte, United States
  • William Ross McCluney — Cape Canaveral, United States
  • Wendi Stein — Hinesburg, United States
  • Wally Elton — Saratoga Springs, United States
  • W Glen Bateman Jr — Largo, United States
  • Vance Martin — boulder, United States
  • Valorie M. Allen — Lethbridge, Canada
  • Tom Liacas — Montreal, Canada
  • Tim Chauvel — Los Angeles, United States
  • The Enviro Show — Florence, United States
  • Tania Thornicroft — Lusaka, Zambia
  • Susan Detato — Brownington, United States
  • Stuart H. Hurlbert — Del Mar, United States
  • Steven B Kurtz — Northampton, United States
  • Sime Validzic — Novi Zagreb, Croatia
  • Sheryl Schmatjen — Denver, United States
  • Scott Morris — Sydney, Australia
  • Sarah Harrison — Norwich, United Kingdom
  • Sarah Bexell — Boulder, United States
  • Sarah — Des Moines, United States
  • Ruth Breznay — London, United Kingdom
  • Ruhee — Morden, United Kingdom
  • Roger Plenty — Stroud, United Kingdom
  • Rodrigo Vidal Lazaro — Quito, Ecuador, Ecuador
  • Robert Wyman — Bethany, United States
  • Robert Le Gay Brereton — Bungendore, Australia
  • Richard Maylan — Harrow, United Kingdom
  • Richard Grossman — Bayfield, United States
  • Renee LeClaire — Ames, United States
  • RenĂ© Monet — Villenave d'Ornon, France
  • Regi Teasley — Ithaca, United States
  • RACHEL SMOLKER — HINESBURG, United States
  • Paula sharkey — Sydney, Australia
  • Paul Ugalde — South Burlington, United States
  • Paul Scott — Santa Monica, United States
  • Patricia Weaver — 89 Fairway, Crawley, Australia
  • Nina Monasevitch — Lihue, United States
  • Ms. Linda A. Heath — Grafton, United States
  • Morrison Bonpasse — Newcastle, United States
  • Mooij — VELSEN-ZUID, Netherlands
  • Mike Hanauer — Carlisle, MA, United States
  • Michael Soule — Paonia, United States
  • Mia Utzinger — Ockelbo, Sweden
  • Max Kummerow — Urbana, United States
  • Maura Buckley — Indianapolis, United States
  • Mark Fruehauf — PORTLAND, United States
  • Mark Albrecht — Bozeman, United States
  • Marie Fox — Darwin, Australia
  • Maria T Stadtmueller — Wolcott, United States
  • Margaret — Oklahoma City, United States
  • Maggie Stryker — Hanapepe,, United States
  • M K HUEFTLE — Pocatello, United States
  • Lydia — Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea
  • LATIF SHAH — KARACHI, Pakistan
  • Kriss Barker — Cape Town, South Africa
  • Kat Lloyd — London, United Kingdom
  • Kaden Griffith — Berlin, Germany
  • Judy Sides — Stuart, United States
  • JR — Nassington, United Kingdom
  • John Weber — Longville, United States
  • John Finazzo — Orono, United States
  • Jodi — Darwin, Australia
  • Joan Philips — Falcon Heights, United States
  • Jeroen Boland — Velp gld, Netherlands
  • Jeffrey Hollender — CHARLOTTE, United States
  • Jeffery Biss — Elgin, United States
  • Jacob Komen — Frederiksoord, Netherlands
  • Jacob Buchner — Komaginu, Japan
  • jackie ellis — kununurra, Australia
  • Helen Owens — Berlin, United States
  • Helen Flouch — brisbane, Australia
  • Heath Post — Lansing, United States
  • Greg Sutherland — Dearing, United States
  • Frank Ayers — Hollidaysburg, United States
  • Fran Palumbo — San Francisco, United States
  • Fekadu Abdissa — Addis Ababa, Ethiopia
  • Eve Powers — Koloa, United States
  • Esther Mechler — Brunswick, United States
  • Emily Frazier — Burlington, United States
  • Ellen Jamieson — Leonia, United States
  • elizabeth cheche — phoenix, United States
  • Dr Jonathan A. Coles — Workington, United Kingdom
  • Doris Lombard — Mountain Center, United States
  • Doreen Nixon — Guelph, Canada
  • Don Collins Jr — Buford, United States
  • Diane R — El Cerrito, United States
  • diana koeck — Costa Mesa, United States
  • Debra Reuter — Martinez, United States
  • Deb — Avon, United States
  • David Robertson — Buderim, Australia
  • David J Messineo — South Otselic, United States
  • David Cooke — Adelaide, Australia
  • Dave Bemel — Seattle, United States
  • Daniel Tham — Singapore, Singapore
  • Daniel Stein — Essex Junction, United States
  • Clara S. Halfin — Parsons, United States
  • Christy — Rapid City, United States
  • Christopher smith — Coffs Harbour, Australia
  • Christine Randolph — Milford, United States
  • Chetan M N — Bangalore, India
  • Charmaine Rehg — Springfield, United States
  • Carol Becker — Rolla, United States
  • Carmen Stanescu — Braila, Romania
  • Carl May — Moss Beach, United States
  • Bryna Gallagher — St. Louis, United States
  • Brianna Burke — Ames, United States
  • Bill Spare — Middletown, United States
  • Bernard Gilland — Copenhagen, Denmark
  • Bernadette Roche — Middletown, United States
  • Becca Rodomsky-Bish — Candor, United States
  • Antony Barry — Canberra, Australia
  • Ann McInnis — Northport, United States
  • Adrian Hill — Casares, Spain

These people have become Campaign Activists, pledging to do something to raise awareness and make a difference. Their names are listed here and on the map.

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Campaign Activists

  • William Ross McCluney — Cape Canaveral, United States
  • Vasantray Vachhani — Vashi, Navi Mumbai, India
  • Valorie Allen — Lethbridge, Canada
  • Tracy Frayne — Woodmead, South Africa
  • Steven Earl Salmony — Chapel Hill, United States
  • Sarah Burns — Valley Glen, United States
  • Rodrigo Vidal Lazaro — Quito, Ecuador
  • Robert Le Gay Brereton — Bungendore, Australia
  • RenĂ© Monet — Villenave d'Ornon, France
  • Matthew Stein — Truckee, United States
  • Kelli Pennington — San Francisco, United States
  • Karen Botten — Beauly, United Kingdom
  • Joe Gray — St Albans, United Kingdom
  • Jill Hunt — Arlington, United States
  • George Plumb — Washington, United States
  • Evan Jones — Sacramento, United States
  • Don Thompson — Alamosa, United States
  • Diane Young — San Marcos, United States
  • Courty Claude (alias Claudec) — Angoulins, France
  • Chris Bystroff — Troy, United States
  • Bryna Gallagher — St. Louis, United States
  • Anushka Drescher — Berkeley, United States

These people have become Book Champions, submitting a powerful idea for how to use the book to make a real difference. They have received book(s) to turn that idea into action.

55

Book Champions

  • Zuheir Al-Faoih — Potomac, United States
  • Victoria Nayiga — Rockville, United States
  • Verona Forrest — Fairfax, United States
  • Vermonters for Sustainable Population — Montpelier, United States
  • Trish Kent — Washington, DC, United States
  • Tim Williams — McLean, United States
  • Tamara Osias — Charlotte, United States
  • Sustainable Population Australia — Weston Creek, Australia
  • Sarah Chase — Des Moines, United States
  • Ryan Richardson — Washington DC, United States
  • Rosanna Neil — Arlington, United States
  • Roger-Mark De Souza — Falls Church , United States
  • Richard Grossman — Bayfield, United States
  • Richard Cizik — Fredericksburg, United States
  • Ramzi Rihani — Potomac, United States
  • Population Media Center — Tucson , United States
  • Population Matters — London, England
  • Population Institute of Canada — Ottawa, Canada
  • Paul Scott — Santa Monica, United States
  • Mulat Pinoy, Kabataan News Network — Quezion City , Phillipines
  • Missie Thurston — South Burlington, United States
  • Matt Wverker — Washington DC, United States
  • Marja Chapman — Falls Church, United States
  • Marco Buttazzoni — Washington DC, United States
  • Kime McClintock — Washington DC, United States
  • Kathy Erb — Gaithersburg, United States
  • Kathy Economy — Alexandria, United States
  • Kathleen Harrison — Ft. Worth, United States
  • Joanie Cleary — Anchorage, United States
  • Jessie Harris — Washington DC, United States
  • The Ten Million Club Foundation — Apeldoorn, Netherlands
  • Jane Bunoti — St. Paul, United States
  • Hilda Sheffer — Falls Church, United States
  • Helen Tzow — Washington DC, United States
  • Gwen Rathbun — Washington DC, United States
  • Godfrey Wagwekku — Natick, United States
  • Gail Bassin — Washington DC, United States
  • Eugenie Said Kroop — Yonkers, United States
  • Emily Clack — Washington, United States
  • Elizabeth Kroop — Washington DC, United States
  • Elisabeth Boer — Ames, United States
  • Earl Babbie — Hot Springs Village, United States
  • Dr. Sandy Oleksy-Ojikutu — Washington, DC, United States
  • David Johns — Portland, United States
  • Chris Hall — Grass Valley, United States
  • Chris Conte — Silver Spring, United States
  • Charles Clusen — Arlington, United States
  • Carla Bricks — Washington, DC, United States
  • C. Gary Merritt — Arlington, United States
  • Brianna Burke — Ames, United States
  • Bernadette Roche — Middltown, United States
  • Alix Alphonse — Herndon, United States
  • Alice Cisternine — Bethesda, United States
  • Advocates for a Sustainable Albemarle Population — Charlottesville, United States
  • Aaryaman Singhai — Washington DC, United States

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