Individuals

This alphabetical list of links to individuals identified in our photographs is now complete and will be updated as we add new images. Links have been updated as of December 8, 2019. If you find a broken or incorrect link (or other error), please notify us at Washington_area_spark@yahoo.com

Aaron, Julia, freedom rider
Abbott, Sammie “Sam” Abdullah, social justice and highway opponent leader, mayor of Takoma Park
Abernathy Sr., Rev. Ralph David, here and here, civil rights and SCLC leader
Abt, John J., here and here, civil rights and labor attorney, chief counsel to the Communist Party USA
Abzug, Bella and here, civil rights attorney, U.S. Representative
Acanfora, Joseph, gay rights activist, Montgomery County teacher fired being gay
Ackerson, Carl, Scottsboro campaign
Ackiss, Thelma D., New Negro Alliance
Adams, Lt. Col. Charity, WWII WAC leader
Adams, Clarence , here, here, here and here, Korean War POW who refused repatriation
Adams, Jane, women’s suffrage, ACLU, Nobel Prize
Adams, Josephine Truslow, American League for Peace and Democracy, supporter of Republican Spain
Ades, Bernard and here, Md. International Labor Defense attorney, Abraham Lincoln Brigade
Agnew, Spiro T. and here, Maryland governor, U.S. Vice President, convicted of tax evasion
Ahmad, Eqbal, here, here and here, Harrisburg 8 defendant
Ajay, Alex, Original Spark and On the Move contributor
Albert, Leo, civil liberties attorney
Albert, Stewart Edward “Stew” and here,Yippie activist and Vietnam War opponent
Alda, Alan, Equal Rights Amendment leader, actor
Alda, Beatrice, Equal Rights Amendment supporter, actress, daughter of Alan Alda
Alda, Elizabeth, Equal Rights Amendment supporter, actress, daughter of Alan Alda
Alda, Eve, Equal Rights Amendment supporter, daughter of Alan Alda
Ali, Muhammad [formerly Cassius Clay], boxer, Nation of Islam, draft resister, Vietnam War opponent
Allen, Donna, Women’s Strike for Peace
Allen Jr., James W. and here, D.C. transit union leader
Allman, George, Bonus Army leader
Alott, Gordon, U.S. Senator
Almstead, Bobbie, D.C. police first openly gay person
Alpert, Jane Lauren, part of Sam Melville group that bombed corporate targets in New York City
Ament, David, Ku Klux Klan landowner where Maryland rallies were held
Amter, Israel and here, Communist Party leader
Anderson, Marian, singer
Angales, Anna, ex-slave
Anthony, Joanna E., D.C. committee Henry Wallace for President
Apperson, George and here, Amalgamated Transit Union Local 689 president
Aponte, Sergio B., D.C. Transit operator
Armwood, George, Md. lynching victim
Astor, Nancy, member of British parliament, supporter of Hunger March
Aswell, James B., U.S. Representative, established Jim Crow in House restaurant
Atwood, Col. Harry, New Negro Alliance
Aviles, Pedro and here, Puerto Rican Nationalist Party, convicted at sedition trial
Aubrey, John, founder New Negro Alliance
Aulet, Carlos, Puerto Rican Nationalist Party, turned state’s evidence at sedition trial
Ault, Paul, Williamsport, Pa. steelworker, Communist Party, Progressive Labor Movement
Ayers, William C. “Bill”, Students for a Democratic Society, Weather Underground
Bacall, Lauren, actress, opposed HUAC
Bacon, Leslie and here, Mayday demonstration organizer, questioned in U.S. capitol bombing
Baddy, Rev. R. H., Md. AME church and civil rights leader
Baez, Joan, folksinger, activist
Bailie, Helen Tufts, Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) whistleblower
Baker, Ella Josephine, civil rights leader
Bancroft, Richard, here and here, Cafeteria & Restaurant Workers Union Local 471 president, California judge
Banfield, Gilbert, Howard student, participant in Capitol restaurant desegregation effort
Banks, Carolyn, anti-Klan protester
Banks, Martha, ex-slave
Banks, Samuel L., Black studies educator, community activist
Baraka, Imamu Amiri, black cultural activist
Barber, Lawrence D., Students for a Democratic Society, Weather Underground
Barry, Marion, black activist, D.C. political leader
Barter, Joseph and here, defied ban on interracial dance
Bates, John, Washington, D.C. civil rights activist
Bates, Ruby, here, here and here, Scottsboro accuser who recanted
Battle, Thadeus and here, D.C. Abraham Lincoln Brigade volunteer, Young Communist League, Howard University student
Bayless, John and here, draft resister
Bayless, Leslie, here and here, civil rights activist and draft resister
Beal, Alfred, child who integrated Glen Echo Amusement Park
Beam, Harry, worker at Celanese plant
Beck, Chloeann, D.C. voting rights activist
Beck, James M., U.S. Representative, opponent of House Jim Crow
Beirne, Joseph, National Federation of Telephone Employees and Communication Workers of America leader
Belafonte, Harry and here, singer, songwriter, actor, civil rights activist
Belgrad, Herbert J., Prince George’s AFSCME union attorney
Bell, Otto G., Korean War POW who refused repatriation
Bellecourt, Vernon, American Indian Movement leader
Belton, Ethel and here, plaintiff in Belton v. Gebhart school desegregation case
Bender, George H., U.S. Representative, poll tax opponenet
Benjamin, Herbert, here, here and here, Hunger March leader, Workers Alliance leader
Bennett, [first name unknown], Washington Traffic Bureau, Bonus Army
Bentley, Elizabeth, U.S. Communist Party, Soviet spy, defected to U.S.
Bentz, Joe and here, University of Maryland College Park activist
Berger, Louis, International Labor Defense
Berkeley, Elizabeth and here, ex-slave
Berlet, Dorothy, among first women bus operator trainees
Berman, W. R., sought to assist settling transit strike
Bernstein, Carl, Washington Post journalist
Berong, Sam, /national transit union leader
Berrigan, Daniel, Catholic antiwar and anti-nuclear activist; early leader of “hit and stay movement”
Berrigan, Phillip, Catholic antiwar and anti-nuclear activist; founder of “hit and stay movement”
Bessette, Martha, Northern Virginia communications worker
Bethune, Mary McLeod, National Council of Negro Women and civil rights leader
Bick, Leon and here, civil rights activist
Biddle, Nickolas, first man wounded in Civil War (Baltimore, Md.)
Bierwagen, Walter, D.C. Amalgamated Association of Street Electric Railway and Motor Coach Employees of America Division 689 president, Amalgamated Transit Union International vice president
Bigelow, Jonathan G., D.C. transit union leader
Bilbo, Theodore and here, U.S. Senator from Mississippi, member of Ku Klux Klan
Binh, Nguyen Thi “Madame”, chief delegate from the Provisional Revolutionary Government of (South) Vietnam to Paris Peace talks
Bishop, Gardner, D.C. civil rights leader
Bissell, Judith E., Students for a Democratic Society, Weather Underground
Blake, William E., Howard student, participant in Capitol restaurant desegregation effort
Blanton, Thomas, US Representative from Texas, opponent of integration
Blinken, S. M., National Maritime Union leader
Bloch, Emanuel, civil liberties attorney, defended Rosenbergs
Bloom, Sol, U.S. Reprewentative
Bloom, Hillarie, Mayflower Hotel striker
Bloor, Ella Reeve “Mother” Omholt and here, Communist Party labor leader
Blumberg, Dr. Albert, here, here, here and here , Maryland-D.C. Communist Party leaderr
Blumberg, Dorothy Rose, here, and here , Maryland Communist Party
Bobo, Lynn , child participant in the Longest Walk
Boddanoff, Anna, Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom
Bogard, Ronald, attorney, sued Georgetown Unive3rsity for discrimination against gay people
Bogart, Humphrey, film and stage actor, opposed HUAC
Boggs, Martha, Washington Telephone Traffic Union striking member
Bolling, Sarah, mother of the lead plaintiff Spottswood in D.C. Bolling v. Sharpe school desegregation case
Bolling, Spottswood, here, here, here and here, D.C. Bolling v. Sharpe school desegregation case
Bonnilla, C., Washington, D.C. police officer
Bonosky, Phillip, D.C. Workers Alliance
Bookbinder, Hyman and here, AFL-CIO, American Jewish Committee, civil rights activist
Booker, Reginald, DC antiwar activist and Emergency Committee on Transportation Crisis leader
Bostick, Norvel, Vietnam Veterans Against the War
Boswell, Leora, Washington Telephone Traffic Union striking member
Boudin, Kathy, Students for a Democratic Society, Weather Underground
Boudin, Leonard and here, civil liberties attorney
Bowles, Bryant, Md. White supremacist leader
Bowman, Addison, civil liberties attorney
Bowman, Jerry, son of R. B. Bowman, Workers Ex-Servicemens’ League
Bowman, R. B., Workers Ex-Servicemens’ League
Boyd Jr., Henry Allen, Howard student, participant in Capitol restaurant desegregation effort
Bradley, Lillian T.., District of Columbia voter
Branch, Julian O., New Negro Alliance
Brando, Marlon, actor, Native American rights activist
Bransome, Michael, here, here and here, draft resister
Braverman, Maurice L. and here and here, Maryland Communist Party, social justice attorney, imprisoned
Bremer, Arthur and here, attempted assassin of George Wallace
Brice, Mary, D.C. civil rights activist
Bricker, William “Bill”, D.C. gay activist
Briggs, Harry Jr. and here, plaintiff in Briggs v. Elliot school desegregation case
Briscoe, Edith (a.k.a. Brisker, Chappa, Villastrigo and here, Young Communist League, Communist Party, Women’s Strike for Peace
Brisker, Luba, D.C. Abraham Lincoln Brigade volunteer
Bromfield, Louis, author, supporter of Republican Spain
Broadwater, J. A. B., here, here, here and here, Capital Transit official
Bromley, Bruce, attorney for the U.S. House of Representatives
Bronson, C. Dana, abortion rights activist
Brook, J. G., D.C. transit union strike leader
Brooks, Rev. R. W., Congregational minister and D.C. civil rights leader
Brooks, Rev. Robert, Lincoln Temple church, progressive minister
Brophy, John, here and here, United Mine Workers and CIO leader
Browder, Earl, chair of Communist Party USA
Brown, Elaine, Black Panther Party leader; educator
Brown, Ernest W. and here, D.C. police chief
Brown, Hubert “Rap” (Jamil Abdullah Al-Amin), black liberation and SNCC leader
Brown, Linda and here, plaintiff in Brown v. Board of Education school desegregation case
Brown, Minnie Jean, Little Rock 9
Brown, Ken, Maryland civil rights activist
Brown, Rita Mae, feminist, author, The Furies
Brown Jr., Sam W., National Student Association, Vietnam Moratorium, ACTION
Brownell, Herbert, U.S. Attorney General
Broyles, Melvin, here and here, Amalgamated Transit Union Local 689 activist
Bruce, Louis and here, Bureau of Indian Affairs commissioner
Bruce, William H., Howard student, participant in Capitol restaurant desegregation effort
Bryan, John., D.C. transit union activist
Bryant, Ruth, congressional committee clerk
Buchanan, Thomas G., Washington Star journalist blacklisted, Civil Rights Congress, JFK conspiracy theorist
Buck, Jessica, instructor at union sponsored federal workers school
Buckle, Leon, Md. National Guardsman
Bucklew, M. O., Capital Transit worker
Buckley, Irving M., D.C. Transit official
Bukes, Peter, Amalgamated Transit Union Local 689 member
Bullard, Eugene”, black veteran beaten during Peekskill riot
Bullock, Mette, Washington Telephone Traffic Union striker
Bunche, Dr. Ralph Johnson and here, Nobel Peace Prize winner and civil rights leader
Burgess, Lillie and here, caregiver for labor leader Mother Jones in her later years
Burlak, Anne and here, labor leader, Communist Party
Burns, Paul, Veterans of the Abraham Lincoln Brigade leader
Burts, Alice, Bureau of Engraving, United Public Workers Local 3
Bush, Sgt. Scott L., Korean War POW who refused repatriation
Butler, J. Godfrey, D.C. Transit and WMATA official
Butler, Leonard, D.C. child who met Coretta Scott King
Butler, Lloyd, striking Teamster Union member
Butz, Timothy “Tim” and here, Vietnam Veterans Against the War, Counterspy magazine
Byers, Rufus, manager of the Lincoln Theater
Bykowski, Edward and here, World War II vet who led demonstrations against Klan Sen. Theodore Bilbo
Bynum, Herbert “Herb”, here and here, Amalgamated Transit Union Local 689 Recording Secretary
Bynum, James, D.C. transit union activist
Byrd, Mabel J. and here, civil rights activist
Cagle, Lewis Jr., inmate, murdered Red Scare target William Remington
Calderhead, Garth W., Amalgamated Transit Union Local 689 leader
Caldwell, Lawrence D., radical bank robber and cop killer
Callis, Rev. J. H., Parents League
Camper, John E. T., physician, NAACP, Progressive Party, civil rights leader
Canfield, W. H., Navy Yard worker, organized against wage cuts
Canfora, Alan, antiwar leader, wounded during Kent State University shootings
Carey, James, CIO secretary treasurer
Carlson, Eric, slain Bonus Army marcher
Carmichael, Stokely (Kwame Ture), civil rights, black liberation, SNCC, All African People’s Revolutionary Party leader
Carroll, Molly and here, Irish independence supporter, dropped leaflets on White House from airplane
Carrozza, Carroll, anti-Klan protester
Carter, John, D.C. police brutality victim
Carter, Robert L., NAACP General Counsel; judge
Casel, Jerry, American Civil Liberties Union
Case, Clifford, and here, U.S. Senator
Casey, Joseph, U.S. Representative, HUAC
Cash, Rev. Addison, Princess Anne, Md. civil rights leader
Cassell, Charles, D.C. anti-freeway, anti-war, Statehood Party leader; D.C. School Board
Castro, Fidel Alejandro, Cuban communist leader
Castro, Santiago Gonzalez, Puerto Rican Nationalist Party, convicted of sedition
Chalk, Claire and here, D.C. Transit official
Chalk, O. Roy, D.C. Transit owner
Champ, Bennett Clark, U.S. Senator
Chancey, Martin, D.C. Communist Party leader
Chandler, William C., represented William W. Remington
Chapman, Oscar, asst. secretary of Interior
Chennault, Anna, informal U.S. ambassador to South Vietnam, likely CIA agent
Childs, James C., D.C. Red Caps union
Claiborne, Louis F., attorney in U.S. Solicitor General office
Clapp, Peter W., Students for a Democratic Society, Weather Underground
Clark, Dudley, Howard student, participant in Capitol restaurant desegregation effort
Clark, Kenneth Bancroft and here, sociologist and civil rights leader
Clark, Mamie Phipps, sociologist
Clark, Marvin and here, D.C. transit union activist
Clark, Ramsey, U.S. Attorney General, civil liberties attorney
Cleaver, Eldridge and here, Black Panther leader
Clemons, Mansfield, Amalgamated Transit Union Local 689 activist
Cleve, Harry Van, General Services Administration
Cleveland, John H., D.C. Teamsters Union Local 730, International Teamsters vice president
Coale, Ennis, opposed mandatory ROTC at U. of Md.
Cobb, Edna and here, Capital Transit streetcar operator
Cobb, James A., civil liberties attorney, prosecutor, judge
Cobbs, Lillie, Bureau of Engraving, United Public Workers Local 3
Cochran, John J., U.S. Representative from Missouri, opponent of integration
Coffin, William Sloane, , Yale chaplain; anti-Vietnam War leader
Cohn, Sol and here, International Labor Defense, Communist Party, Civil Rights Congress, attorney
Coleman, Frank J., D.C. Central Labor Union leader
Collick, Lillian Blake, attempted lynching victim
Collick, Martha, attempted lynching victim
Collazo, Oscar, Puerto Rican Nationalist Party, attempted assassination of Truman
Collazo, Rosa Cortez and here, Puerto Rican National Party, wife of attempted assassin Oscar Collazo, convicted of sedition
Collins, Francis, Deputy sheriff who arrested civil rights activists at Glen Echo Amusement Park
Collins, Tom, DC telephone union leader
Colman, Louis, International Labor Defense
Comer, Gordon C., Levitt Company representative, refused to sell homes to black people
Compton, Mary, one of D.C.’s first all-woman jury
Condron, Andrew, here, here, here, and here, Korean War POW who refused repatriation
Conte, Richard, actor, opposed HUAC
Cook, Howard, executive director, Black Employees of the Library of Congress
Cookman, J. H., D.C. transit union leader
Coolidge, Calvin, here and here, U.S. president
Coolidge, Grace Anne Goodhue and here, wife of U.S. President Calvin Coolidge
Cooper, Ralph, Trenton 6 defendant
Copeland, Royal, U.S. Senator, discouraged integration of Senate restaurant
Corden, Sgt. Richard G. and here, Korean War POW who refused repatriation
Cordero Andres Figueroa, here, here and here, Puerto Rican Nationalist Party, attempted assassin
Costello, Catherine A., one of D.C.’s first all-woman jury
Couming, Paul and here, refused to testify in Harrisburg 8 case
Cousins, Calvin, D.C. laundry workers union leader, Communist Party
Couth, Gwendolyn T., Bureau of Engraving, United Public Workers Local 3
Covell, Howard V., D.C. police captain
Covington, Harold, Howard student, waiter and participant in Capitol restaurant desegregation effort
Cowan, Nathan, Congress of Industrial Organizations
Cowart, Cpl. William and here, Korean War POW who refused repatriation
Cox, C. H., D.C. Transit bus operator
Cox, Donald, Black Panther Party leader
Cox, Edward, Republican Party, husband of Tricia Nixon
Cox, James P., Catholic priest, anti-communist unemployed leader
Cox, Pearlie, columnist Washington Afro American
Cox, Tricia Nixon, Richard Nixon foundation, daughter of President Richard Nixon, wife of Edward Cox
Coxey Sr., Jacob Sechler, leader of unemployed, politician
Cross, Bill, Trail of Broken Treaties
Crow, John, Bureau of Indian Affairs spokesperson
Cullen, Marc, here, here, here, here and here, U. of Md. student beaten by police
Curran, Charles E., Catholic priest who favored birth control
Curran, Joseph, National Maritime Union leader
Curry, John W., D.C.’s first black postal worker, possibly first in the nation
Cushman, Bernard, here, and here , Amalgamated Transit Union Local 689 attorney
Dabney, Gertrude, one of D.C.’s first all-woman jury
Dahl, Leif and here, United Cannery, Agricultural, Packing & Allied Workers of America, CIO
Dalglesh, R. H., chief engineer, Capital Transit Co.
Damato, Edward “Ed”, Vietnam Veterans Against the War (VVAW)
Damon, Anna and here, International Labor Defense and Communist Party leader
Danielle, Debbie, Community for Creative Non-Violence
Danzansky, Joseph B., chief negotiator of D.C. grocery employers, principal owner of Giant Food
Darrow, Clarence, prominent attorney
Davenport, Bonnie, D.C. police first openly transgender person
Davidson, Eugene, D.C. New Negro Alliance, D.C. NAACP
Davidson, Tom, antiwar activist
Davidson, William, antiwar activist
Davis, Angela Yvonne, black and women’s liberation leader, Communist Party and Committees of Correspondence leader
Davis, Benjamin “Big Ben” Jefferson and here, Communist Party leader, New York City Council member, attorney/a>
Davis, Dorothy, plaintiff in Davis v. County School Board of Prince Edward County school desegregation case
Davis, George, here, here and here, Amalgamated Transit Union Local 689 president
Davis, Green, white family killed by Euel Lee in wage dispute
Davis, Ivy, white family killed by Euel Lee in wage dispute
Davis, John “P.” Preston, National Negro Congress, Our World magazine, D.C. school desegregation
Davis, Michael, D.C. school desegregation, journalist
Davis, Montgomery, Washington transit horse car veteran
Davis, Ossie, actor, civil rights activist
Davis, Rennard Cordon “Rennie”, anti-Vietnam War leader, Guru Maharaj Ji
Davis, Roy V., Capital Transit bus operator
Davis, Sol Gareth “Garry” and here, World Government of World Citizens, World Service Authority
Deak, Eleanor, Red Scare victim who won reinstatement
Debs, Eugene, American Railway Union, Socialist Party candidate for President
Debs, Theodore , brother of Socialist Party candidate for President Eugene Debs
DeCesare, Rev. Anthony , civil rights activist
Delaney, Robert, Amalgamated Transit Union Local 689 leader
Delhome, Albert D., Korean War POW who refused repatriation
Dellinger, Dave and here, pacifist, antiwar leader, Chicago 8 defendant
Dellums, Ronald, U.S. Representative
De Marrias, Keith, here, here and here, Longest Walk participant
Demond, A. L., New Negro Alliance
Denham, Robert N., NLRB general counsel
Dennis, David, freedom rider
Denny, George V., moderator, Town Hall of the Air
De Priest, Oscar Stanton, here and here, U.S. Representative from Illinois, sole black congressman 1929-34
Detzer, Dorothy, here and here, Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom and D.C. civil rights leader
De Vorr, E. J., circulation manager Washington Star
Diamond, Dion, Non-Violent Action Group, D.C. civil rights leader
Dickstein, Samuel, U.S. Representative
Dies, Martin, U.S. Representative, HUAC
Dietrich, John Paul, here and here, Non-Violent Action Group actvist, civil rights activist
Diggs, Charles C., U.S. Representative, picketed Glen Echo
Digia, Ralph, anti-nuclear activist
Dillingham, J. Brinton “Brint”, social justice advocate, confrontation politics
Dillingham, John, social justice advocate, attorney
Dillingham Jr., Ms. William Henry [first name unknown], and here, social justice activist, mother of Brint and John
Dix, Carl., here and here, Fort Lewis 6, Revolutionary Communist Party
Doak, William N. and here, U.S. secretary of labor
Dodie, Isola, women’s rights activist
Doerfier, Raymond, Ku Klux Klan
Dohrn, Bernardine R., Students for a Democratic Society, Weather Underground
Donnelly, Elizabeth, Trade Union Unity League activist
Donohoo, Robert W., federal mediator
Donohue, F. Joseph., attorney for four Puerto Ricans nationalists
Donovan, John L. and here, D.C. labor leader at Commerce Department
Diamond, Dion , D.C. area civil rights leader
Donohoo, Robert. W., federal mediator
Dorsey, Emmett, Howard University, civil rights activist
Dougherty, Dave and here, University of Maryland College Park activist
Douglas, Helen Gahagan, U.S. Representative
Douglas, Leslie, daughter of Progressive Party candidate for President Henry Wallace
Douglas, Sgt. Rufus D., Korean War POW who refused repatriation
Douglass, Anna Murray, abolitionist and wife of Frederick Douglass
Douglass, Frederick, ex-slave, abolitionist and black rights leader, DC Recorder of Deeds
Douglass, Helen Pitts, civil rights and women’s rights, second wife of Frederick Douglass
Douty, Robert, D.C. transit union activist
Drakins, Maury, D.C. transit veteran
Drew, Rev. Simon P. W.and here, sponsor of D.C. ex-slave convention, vice presidential candidate
Du Bois, Shirley Graham, Musicologist, playwright, novelist and political activist; wife of W. E. B. Du Bois
Du Bois, William Edward Burghardt “W. E. B.”, NAACP and civil rights leader
Dudley, Martha W., D.C. League of Women Shoppers, civil rights activist
Duffy, Mary, M., Irish independence supporter
Duncan, Todd, actor, singer, civil rights activist
Dundon, James, Textile Workers of America, Celanese plant
Dunkel, Gregory and here, mathematics professor, University of Maryland anti-Vietnam War leader
Dunn, John R., here, here, and here, Korean War POW who refused repatriation
Durr, Clifford Judkins, New Deal Democrat, National Lawyers Guild leader, civil rights attorney
Durr, Virginia Foster, Southern Conference for Human Welfare, Progressive Party, civil rights activist
Dyer, Leonidas, U.S. Representative, sponosor of anti-lynching bill
Eaton, Charles, U.S. Representative
Eckford, Elizabeth, Little Rock 9
Edwards, R. K., DC telephone union leader
Edwards, Xavier and here, Interstate Ku Klux Klan imperial wizard
Eicher, Walter, Workers Ex-Servicemen’s League, Bonus Army
Einstein, Hans Albert, lynching foe, son of scientist Albert Einstein
Eisenhower, David, history professor, husband of Julie Nixon Eisenhower, son of President Dwight Eisenhower
Eisenhower, Dwight “Ike”, Commander of Allied forces in Europe WWII; U.S. President
Eisenhower, Julie Nixon, Richard Nixon foundation, daughter of President Richard Nixon, wife of David Eisenhower
Elgin, Riley, chair, D.C. Public Utilities Commission
Elkins, Wilson Homer “Bull”, University of Maryland president
Elmes, Rev. Arthur F., D.C. civil rights activist
Elrich, Marc and here, student activist, Montgomery County council, executive
Emerson, Ralph, National Maritime Union leader
English, Collis, Trenton 6 defendant
Epton Jr., William Leo “Bill”, Harlem Progressive Labor Party leader
Eckstein, Ernestein, early black lesbian rights activist
Escute, Esteban Quinones and here, Puerto Rican Nationalist Party, convicted of sedition
Evans, Ahmed (Fred), black nationalist, imprisoned for life
Evans, Dr. Hiram W., Imperial Wizard, Ku Klux Klan
Evans, Sonja , anti-draft activist
Evans, Viola , Longest Walk (1978) participant
Ewell, Ailene, leader Washington Council of Negro Women
Farley, Jasper J., D.C. transit union activist
Farrar, Leonard C., National Forum Association, DC civil rights activist
Fauntroy, Rev. Walter, here, here, here and here, civil rights activist, D.C. Delegate to Congress
Fawcett, Maxine, Maryland Ku Klux Klan, bride in Klan wedding
Fehsenfeld, Robert and here Cambridge, Md. white supremacist
Felder, Edward, D.C. Young Communist League, D.C. Communist Party USA
Ferraro, Bob and here, University of Maryland College Park activist
Ferrell, Frank J., African American Knights of Labor leader
Ferrick, Mary, Irish independence supporter
Fesperman, Bill, Patriot Party leader
Fialani, Domenick, Young Communist League leader
Finwick, Ernest, D.C. Red Caps union
Field, Frederick Vanderbilt, Civil Rights Congress leader
Finley, Max , D.C. polling place clerk
Finney, Nathaniel, transit union member
Firestone, Shulamith, feminist
Fisher, Ovie Clark, U.S. Representative, opponent of cafeteria workers
Flatley, Judith A., Students for a Democratic Society, Weather Underground
Flaxer, Abram, United Federal Workers, United Public Workers leader
Fleming, Phillip, Federal Works Administration administrator
Fletcher, A. B., Navy Yard worker, organized against wage cuts
Fliegelman, Ronald D., Students for a Democratic Society, Weather Underground
Flowers, Warren and here, Amalgamated Transit Union Local 689 activist
Floyd, Pauline, women’s rights, first woman admitted before Supreme court
Fluharty, George T., Capital Transit barn foreman
Flynn, Elizabeth Gurley , Industrial Workers of the World, American Civil Liberties Union, Communist Party chair, jailed
Fonda, Jane, actress, anti-Vietnam War activist
Ford, James W. “Jim”, here, here and here, Communist Party candidate for U.S. Vice President
Forer, Joseph, here, here and here, D.C. civil liberties attorney
Forrest, McKinley, Trenton 6 defendant
Fortuna, Sgt. Andrew, here and here, Korean War POW who refused repatriation
Foster, William Z., labor and Communist Party USA leader
Foushee, Thomas, D.C. transit union activist
Fox, Brad, antiwar activist, Youth International Party
Fox, Morris, here, here and here, D.C. Transit executive
Fox, Richard , U. of Md. antiwar activist
Foy, Rev. James D., D.C. Methodist church and civil rights leader
Frankfeld, Phillip and here and here, Maryland Communist Party leader, imprisoned
Frankfeld, Regina and here and here, Maryland Communist Party leader, imprisoned
Fraser, J. M., original 1866 Ku Klux Klan member, member in second iteration of the Ku Klux Klan
Frazier, E. Franklin, sociologist, civil rights activist
Friedan, Betty and here, author, women’s rights leader
Friedman, Daniel M., second assistant U.S. Solicitor General
Froines, John, antiwar activist, Chicago 8 defendant
Fuerst, John A., Students for a Democratic Society, Weather Underground
Fuller, Elaine and here, D.C. antiwar activist, Committee of Returned Volunteers
Furman, Gertrude, one of D.C.’s first all-woman jury
Gannon, Mary, D.C. labor leader
Gandia, Julio Pinto, Puerto Rican Nationalist Party leader, convicted of sedition
Gardner, Frazier, Disabled Veterans Ernie Pyle chapter
Gardner, William L., refused to testify in Harrisburg 8 case
Garner, Helen and here, civil rights activist
Garner, John Nance and here, Speaker of the House, Vice-President, supporter of Jim Crow
Garrett, A. Sheridan and here, Irish independence supporter
Garrett, Laura M., one of D.C.’s first all-woman jury
Gary, Enoch B., Md. state police superintendent
Gee, Sylvia, here, here, here and here, Black Employees of the Library of Congress
Gellert, Hugo and here, Anti-Horthy League, artist
Gelston, George M., here and here, Md. National Guard commander during Cambridge crisis
Gerber, E. B., Capital Transit investor
Germina, Major, Abraham Lincoln Brigade
Gibson, Joel L. and here, D.C. civil rights activist, Emergency Committee on the Transportation Crisis
Gibson, John, Asst. Secretary of Labor
Giddings, E. Cleveland, here, here, here and here, Capital Transit executive
Gilbert, David J., Students for a Democratic Society, Weather Underground, Revolutionary Armed Forces Task Force
Gilbert, Ronnie, The Weavers, singer
Giles, James, here and here, Md. man falsely convicted of raping white woman
Giles, John, here and here, Md. man falsely convicted of raping white woman
Gilman, Elisabeth, Maryland Socialist Party leader
Gilmore, Margaret and here, United Public Workers leader, Bureau of Engraving, D.C. civil rights leader
Gittings, Barbara and here, lesbian rights activist
Glick, John “Ted” , here, here and here, SDS, Harrisburg 8 defendant—case severed from others
Glover, Ron, Maryland Ku Klux Klan leader
Goldberg, Lt. Joshua L., Jewish Navy chaplain
Goldman, Emma, American anarchist
Gompers, Samuel, American Federation of Labor leader
Goodrick, Richard, federal labor conciliator
Goodman, Phillip, D.C. anti-freeway activist
Gordon, James, black child refused admittance to Kentucky schools
Gordon, Jerry, National Peace Action Coalition leader
Gordon, Teresa, black child refused admittance to Kentucky schools
Gorman, Francis, United Textile Workers union leader
Gormely, James J., Amalgamated Transit Union representative
Gorsuch, Dickinson and here, son of Maryland slave owner Edward Gorsuch, wounded during Christiana incident
Gorsuch, Edward and here, Maryland slave owner, slain during Christiana incident
Graham, Rev. Billy, conservative evangilist
Grant III, Ulysses S., National Park & Planning Commission, Government Services, Inc., opponent of cafeteria workers
Gray, Rev. Arthur D., D.C. National Negro Congress president, D.C. NAACP president
Gray, Catherine, New Negro Alliance
Grayson, Francis DeSales and here, Martinsville 7, executed
Grayson, Sarah, first known D.C. black or black female bus operator
Green, Abner, American Committee for the Protection of the Foreign Born leader
Greene (later Britt), Gwendolyn, D.C. area civil rights activist, Maryland state senator
Green, J. E., Salt Lake City transit union leader
Green, James., Free Euel Lee campaign
Green, Robert A., U.S. Representative from Florida, opponent of integration
Green, William, here and here, AFL labor leader
Greene Jr., Ralph Waldo “Petey”, community organizer, D.C. radio and TV host
Greenblatt, Robert and here, anti-Vietnam War leader
Greenleaf, Robert Webster, D.C. Abraham Lincoln Brigade volunteer, killed in action
Greer, Steven “Nick”, George Washington University Students for Democratic Society leader
Gregory, Richard “Dick” Claxton, here, here and here, comedian, civil rights and peace activist
Gregory, Karl D., Levitt refused to sell Bowie, Md. home to him
Gresham, William L., D.C. Abraham Lincoln Brigade volunteer
Griffin, William L., civil rights activist arrested at Glen Echo Amusement Park
Griggs, Sgt. Lowie and here, Korean War POW who refused repatriation
Grimke, Rev. Francis, Presbyterian minister and civil rights activist
Grinnell, Charles and here, Amalgamated Transit Union Local 689 Recording Secretary
Groppi, James, here and here, civil rights and anti-Vietnam War leader
Groves, Eugene and here, National Student Association
Guiles, Rev. R. E. and here, DC AME church and civil rights leader
Gumbo, Judy Clavir (last name Albert) and here, Yippie and Women’s International Terrorist Conspiracy from Hell activist
Gurge, Harold, striking Brotherhood of Railway Signalmen member
Guttmann, Rev. Reinhart B., Md. Congress of Racial Equality activist
Haessler, Gertrude and here, labor activist
Haile, Roy Bartee, here, here, here and here, wounded in police shooting that killed People’s Party II leader Carl Hampton; John Brown Revolutionary League
Haggerty, Mary, antiwar activist
Hairston Frank and here, Martinsville 7, executed
Hairston, Howard Lee and here, Martinsville 7, executed
Hairston, James Luther and here, Martinsville 7, executed
Hall, George, interracial dancer
Hall, Gus and here, Communist Party USA chairman
Hall, Ms. John P. (no first name) , anti-nuclear weapons activist
Halpern, Seymour, U.S. Representative, picketed Glen Echo
Hamilton, Julia West and here, Federation of Women’s Clubs, YWCA, National Association of Colored Women, women’s rights and civil rights activist
Hamilton. Col. West A., National Guard, D.C. school board
Hampton, Carl, People’s Party II, slain by police
Hampton, Joe Henry and here, Martinsville 7, executed
Handelsman, Leonard, Students for a Democratic Society, Weather Underground
Hannah, R. E. , D.C. transit union leader
Hanway, Castner and here, local man who refused to help slavers during Christiana incident, charged with treason
Hardy, Joan , opposed Japanese imperialism
Hardy, Kenneth, D.C. corrections director
Harper, Solomon, here and here, Communist Party organizer; inventor
Harriman, Florence Jeffrey , former U.S. ambassador to Norway
Harris, Marie Richardson , United Public Workers, National Negro Congress leader, imprisoned
Harris, Wesley [a.k.a. Robert Jackson], escaped slavery
Hart, Gertrude V., one of D.C.’s first all-woman jury
Hart, William Henry Harrison, attorney, founder of the NAACP, civil rights leader
Hartley Jr., Fred A., U.S. Representative, anti-labor activist
Hartzell, Anne, District of Columbia Nurses Association leader
Hastie, William H. , here and here, Governor of the Virgin Islands, federal judge, dean of Howard Law School, civil rights leader
Havoc, June, actress, dancer, writer, and stage director, opposed HUAC
Hawk, David, Vietnam Moratorium Committee
Hayes, Denis and here, Earth Day coordinator
Hayes, George E. C., lead attorney Bolling v. Sharpe, Annie Moss and Marie Richardson cases; Public Utilities Commission
Hayes, John W., Knights of Labor leader
Hayes, L. J. W., New Negro Alliance
Hayes, Roland, singer
Hays, Lee and here, The Almanac Singers, The Weavers, singer
Hays, Pati and here, University of Maryland College Park activist
Haywood, Harry, Communist Party, Scottsboro campaign
Haywood, Alan S., Congress of Industrial Organizations
Haywood, William Dudley “Big Bill”, here and here, Socialist Party, Industrial Workers of the World (IWW) leader
Headley, Alice, here and here, transit union member
Heberlie, James E., Washington transit veteran
Heckler, Margaret Mary and here, U.S. Representative
Hellerman, Fred, The Weavers, singer
Henderson, Edwin Bancroft “E. B.”, D.C. schools, black basketball, Fairfax Co., Va. NAACP
Henry, Rev. John, D.C. Baptist minister and civil rights activist
Henry, Rev. Laurence G., D.C. area civil rights leader
Henshaw, (first name unknown), here and here, Capital Transit Northern Division superintendent
Herman, Bill, DC telephone union leader
Hershey, Lewis B., U.S. Selective Service director
Hess, Karl, Barry Goldwater speechwriter, New Left figure, Libertarian Party
Hickerson, Harold, Bonus Army leader
Hill, James R., Capital Transit streetcar operator
Hilliard, David, Black Panther Party leader
Hinton, William “Bill”, author, chronicled revolutionary China</a
Hircsh, Barbara, anti-Vietnam War activist</a
Hobson, Julius Wilson, D.C. civil rights activist, D.C. school board and city council member
Hobson, Jr., Julius and here, son of D.C. activist Julius Hobson; candidate for D.C. Council
Hobson, Tina Lower and here, wife of D.C. activist Julius Hobson
Hockenberry, Clint, student who sued Georgetown University for discrimination against gay people
Hodges, Thelma, Capital Transit streetcar operator
Hodgkins, E. R., D.C. transit union strike leader
Hoffman, Abbie Howard, Yippie leadser
Hoffman, Claire, U.S. Representative, opponent of cafeteria workers
Holcombe, Bryce P., D.C. painters’ union leader
Holden, James A. and here, federal mediator
Holmes, Louyco, D.C. Red Caps union
Holtzman, Elizabeth and here, women’s rights activist, U.S. Representative
Homer, R. R., attorney, Parents League
Hopkins, Samuel, helped drive off slavers during Christiana incident
Horne, [no first name—Ms. Samuel H.], D.C. voting rights activist
Hoskins, Samuel, Washington Afro American
Howard, Elbert “Big Man”, here, here, here, here , here and here, Black Panther Party leader
Howard, Michael, steelworkers and cannery workers organizer, Communist Party
Howard, Perry Wilbon, civil rights attorney, Republican national committee from Mississippi
Houston, Charles Hamilton, NAACP, Howard Law School, civil rights attorney
Hoxha, Enver, Albanian communist leader
Hruska, William, Bonus marcher, slain by police
Hubbard, Karen, anti-nuclear weapons activist
Hudgin, Robert, Virginia Ku Klux Klan grand dragon
Hueston, William C., Benevolent Protective Order of the Elks of the World, civil rights activist
Huggins, Ericka, here, here and here, Black Panther Party; educator; jailed two years
Hughes, Christine Ray, aide to U.S. Representatives Mitchell and Dawson
Hughes, Langston, Harlem Renaissance writer
Huiswoud, Otto , Communist Party leader
Hull, Cordell, Secretary of State
Hume, Harold, D.C. transit union activist
Hunton, W. Alphaeus, Civil Rights Congress and Council on African Affairs leader
Huston, John, director, screenwriter and actor, opposed HUAC
Hutchins, Paul S., office employees union leader
Hutchinson, G. T., Capital Transit training instructor
Hutchinson, Ralph, anti-nuclear activist
Hutchinson, Robert W., personnel director at the Library of Congress
Ickes, Harold, secretary of Interior
Idol, H. A., sought transit service during strike
Ifshin, David, here, here, here, here and here, National Student Association president, Democratic Party attorney
Ingram, Jimmy, D.C. labor leader
Issac, Frank, Navajo veteran protested discrmination
Jackson, Ms. [no first name] Bowen, Maryland civil rights activist
Jackson, Donald and here, D.C. transit union activist
Jackson, Rev. E. Franklin and here, DC NAACP leader
Jackson, Jesse Louis and here, Southern Christian Leadership Conference, Operation PUSH, Presidential candidate
Jackson, Joseph and here, Amalgamated Transit Union Local 689 activist
Jackson, Mamie, D.C. Green Guards
Jackson, Mike, here, here and here, University of Maryland College Park activist
Jackson, Regina, D.C. teacher
Jacobs, John G., Students for a Democratic Society, Weather Underground
Jacobs, Samuel, congressional aide
Jaffee, Naomi E., Students for a Democratic Society, Weather Underground
Jenison, Alice W., one of D.C.’s first all-woman jury
Jenkins, Noah and here, D.C. transit union activist
Jernigan, William Henry, here and here, pastor of Mt. Carmel Baptist Church, civil rights leader
Jimenez, Jorge Luis, Puerto Rican Nationalist Party, convicted of sedition
Joel, Super Yippie (last name unknown), Youth International Party
Johnson, Agnes, U.S. Labor Department employee
Johnson, Col. Campbell, U.S. Army, YMCA, civil rights activist</a
Johnson, Claudia Alta “Lady Bird”, First Lady (President Lyndon Johnson)
Johnson, Dale, opponent of Chilean dictatorship, Rutgers professor
Johnson, Douglas E., D.C. Red Caps union
Johnson, Harelyn, attempted to desegregate Arlington, Va. schools, daughter of Harold Johnson
Johnson, Harold, Arlington, Va. civil rights activist
Johnson, Harold G., Methodist minister, first black minister in a D.C. area white congregation
Johnson, James Weldon and here, NAACP and civil rights leader
Johnson, Jerome, D.C. civil rights activist
Johnson, Lyndon B., here and here, U.S. President
Johnson, Mordecai Wyatt, here, here and here, Howard University president
Johnson, Nelson, Workers Viewpoint Organization, victim of Klan and police attack
Johnson, Rita, attempted to desegregate Arlington, Va. schools, daughter of Harold Johnson
Johnson, Terrence , killed two police officers in Hyattsville jail
Johnson, William S. and here, D.C. cooks union, civil rights activist, Communist Party
Jones, Claudia, black Communist Party leader, deported
Jones, Edmond L., here and here, Capital Transit attorney
Jones, J. Charles, civil rights leader, ACCESS
Jones, Jeffrey C. “Jeff”, Students for a Democratic Society, Weather Underground
Jones, Lenora H., D.C. resident offered herself for execution in place of Sacco and Vanzetti
Jones, Lois M., art teacher, Howard University
Jones, Mary Harris ‘Mother’, labor leader
Jones, R. M., National Maritime Union leader
Jones, William, Howard student, participant in Capitol restaurant desegregation effort
Jones, William N., Afro American journalist
Jordon, David Starr, white supremacist, WWI opponent
Jupiter, Page, victim of attempted lynching, later executed
Justesen, Thomas M., Students for a Democratic Society, Weather Underground
Kaiser, Henry, Retail Clerks Local 400 attorney
Kameny, Franklin, D.C. and national gay rights leader
Kaslick, Selma, D.C. United Office and Professional Workers, CIO; civil rights activist
Kauffman, Mary, Civil Rights Congress attorney
Kaye, Danny, actor, singer, dancer, comedian, musician, opposed HUAC
Kazana, Imani, civil rights leader
Keech, Richmond B., vice chair, D.C. Public Utilities Commission
Keene, Mary, here, and here, Irish independence supporter
Keith, Earl, Md. state police captain
Keith, Rudolph “Skip” and here, U.S. Air Force, gay rights advocate
Kelly, Edward J. and here, D.C. police commissioner</a
Kelsey, Herb and here, D.C. anti-Vietnam War leader
Kennedy, Robert and here, U.S. Attorney General
Kent, Rockwell, artist, supporter of Republican Spain
Kerr, Marion, D.C. Green Guards
Keyes, Evelyn, actress, opposed HUAC
King, Clarence, Washington Railway & Electric Co. owner
King, Coretta Scott, civil rights leader, wife of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
King Jr., Rev. Dr. Martin Luther, Southern Christian Leadership Conference and civil rights leader
Kirkland, Lane, AFL-CIO president, Group Health Association
Kitt, Eartha and here, singer, actress, dancer, antiwar activist
Klein, Arthur, U.S. Representative, supported D.C. cafeteria workers union
Klein, Norman, arrested in 1st Red Scare
Kleindienst, Richard, Deputy Attorney General
Kline, Henry, deputy marshal during Christiana incident who helped slavers
Knight, J. Lynn and here, D.C. transit union activist
Knutson, Harold, U.S. Representative
Koo, Benjamin, interracial dancer
Koontz, Roger, striking Teamster Union member
Kuden, Dr. Harold , Association of Gay Psychologists
Kuhn, Fritz Julius, German-American Bund leader
Kun, Bella, Hungarian Soviet leader
Kunstler, William, here, here and here, left-wing defense attorney
Kurshan, Nancy, Women’s International Terrorist Conspiracy from Hell (WITCH)
Lacey, Rev. Graham G., D.C. civil rights activist
La Follette, Robert M., Progressive Party, U.S. Senator
La Garde, Dick and here, Longest Walk participant
Landstrum, Else, National Maritime Union activist
Lane, Dr. O. A., Parents League
Lane, Thomas, Brig. General
Lanon, Al , National Maritime Union leader, Communist Party leader
LaRicci, Anthony, Maryland Ku Klux Klan leader
Larose, Tawna Sanchez t, Long Walk for Survival participant
Lasser, David and here, Workers Alliance leader
Lavagnino, Jerry, D.C. Green Guards
Law, Oliver, here and here, first black commander of an integrated American unit, Abraham Lincoln Brigade, killed in action
Lawrence, Thomas J., D.C. Street Protective Railway Union
Lawrence, William “Bill”, here and here, D.C. Communist Party leader
Lawson, Belford Vance, here and here, civil rights attorney, New Negro Alliance
Lawson, John Howard, Hollywood 10
Lebron, Dolores Lolita, here, here and here, Puerto Rican Nationalist Party, attempted assassin
Lebron, Juan Bernardo, Puerto Rican Nationalist Party, convicted of sedition
Ledoux, Urbain J. “Mr. Zero”, advocate for the unemployed, developer of earned media
Lee, Euel “Orphan Jones”, Md. conviction for murder overturned due to exclusion of black people from jury, later executed
Lee, Gilbert, federal mediator
Lee, Harvey, transit union activist
Lee, Ulysses, Howard student, participant in Capitol restaurant desegregation effort
Lee, Wayne, here and here, refused mandatory ROTC at UMD
Legg, R. E., Maryland trooper wounded during U. of Md. antiwar demonstrations
Lenin, Vladimir Ilyich and here, Russian revolutionary, first leader of Soviet Union
Lesser, Sue, here, here, here, here, here, and here, AFSCME activist
Levenson, Leonard, D.C. Abraham Lincoln Brigade volunteer
Levine, Samuel, Hotel and Restaurant Employees Union attorney
Levinson, David, International Labor Defense attorney
Levner, William, New York Teachers Union, AFL
Lewis, Elijah, charged with treason for Christiana incident
Lewis Frances, Capital Transit streetcar operator
Lewis, John L., mineworkers and CIO labor leader
Lewis, John Robert and here, Student Non-Violent Coordinating Committee leader, freedom rider, U.S. Representative
Lewis, Kathryn and here, labor activist, daughter of John L. Lewis
Lewis, Morris., aide to U.S. Rep. Oscar DePriest, denied service in House restaurant
Lewis, Wilhelina, Bureau of Engraving, United Public Workers Local 3
Liebknecht, Karl, German communist leader
Lipman, Lena, interracial dancer
Little Bobbie (whole name unknown), bagpiper during Coxey’s Army
Little, Joan and here, killed her jailer in self-defense, acquitted of murder
Lively, Walter, NAACP, CORE, Student Peace Union, Students for Democratic Society, U-Join, Black Workers Congress
Lockley Roy G., Arlington, Va. Police officer
Logan, Rayford, National Negro Congress
Lohmeyer, Morris, Maryland National Guard
Lomack, Bertha, New Negro Alliance
Lovett, Edward P. and here, Howard University professor, NAACP attorney, civil rights activist
Luthhardt, Charles T., Fighting American Nationals leader, anti-integration
Lutz, Theodore, D.C. Metro general manager
Lydia, Edell [Kwame Afoh] and here, D.C. black nationalist activist, Pan Afrikan Nationalists of South Florida
Lynd, Staughton, antiwar leader, civil rights activist
Lyttle, Bradford, Committee for Non-Violent Action, draft resister
Lyttle, Mary, antiwar activist
MacArthur, Douglas, U.S. Army general
Machtinger, Howard N., Students for a Democratic Society, Weather Underground
Mack, Gunner, D.C. radio personality
Magid, Larry, anti-Vietnam War activist, National Student Association Center for Educational Reform, tech writer
Mahoney, Annie, evicted at age 90
Makeba, Miriam, singer, songwriter, actress, civil rights activist
Mallory, Arenia, founder of industrial arts school
Mandel, Marvin, Maryland governor; jailed for corruption
Mann, James E., Washington transit horse car veteran
Manner, Paul H., Prince George’s AFSCME chief negotiator
Manuilsky, Dimitri Z., Ukrainian Foreign Minister
Mao Zedong, here and here, Chinese communist leader
Marcantonio, Vito Anthony “Marc”, U.S. Representative, American Labor Party
Mardian, Robert, Asst. Attorney General
Markward, Mary, secretary, D.C. Communist Party; FBI informant
Marshall, Dr. C. Herbert and here, civil rights activist, National Medical Association leader, D.C. NAACP
Marshall, Esther T., D.C. civil rights activist
Marshall, Thurgood, NAACP General Counsel; U.S. Solicitor General; U.S. Supreme Court
Marshall III, George, Secretary of State
Martin, [first name unknown], woman who accompanied recanted Scottsboro accuser Ruby Bates
Martin, Hazel, interracial dancer
Martin, Lewis, ex-slave
Martin Jr., Robert Anthony (later known as Stephen Donaldson), here and here, pacifist, gay rights activist
Martinez, Maximino Pedraza, Puerto Rican Nationalist Party, convicted of sedition
Mason, Charles, civil rights activist, husband of Hilda Mason
Mason, Hilda M., here and here, D.C. board of education, D.C. councilmember, Statehood Party
Mathias, Charles “Mac”, here and here, U.S. House of Representatives (R-MD)
Matlovich, Leonard, U.S. Air Force, gay rights advocaste
Matos, Armando Diaz, Puerto Rican Nationalist Party, convicted of sedition
Matthews, David, Baltimore National Workers Organization
Matthews, J. B., HUAC investigator
Matthews, Ralph, D.C. civil rights activist, Afro American newspaper
Matthews, Rives, target of free press suppression
Mayes, Crystal, civil rights activist
Mayfield, Rufus “Catfish”, D.C. community activist
Mayo, John, New Negro Alliance
Mazique, Jewel, D.C. labor, civil rights and women’s activist
McAlister, Elizabeth, here, here and here, Hit and stay activist, Harrisburg 8 defendant
McCabe, Harry, U.S. Marshal
McCann, Patrick “Pat”, University of Maryland activist, Vietnam Veterans Against the War, PGCEA and MCEA teachers unions
McCoy, George and here, inmate; murdered Red Scare target William Remington
McCullough, Celeste M., Students for a Democratic Society, Weather Underground
McDaniel, Frances, Washington Telephone Traffic Union striking member
McDonald, David, United Steel Workers
McDonald, Duncan, United Mine Workers leader
McDonough, William F., National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception
McFadden, Louis Thomas, U.S. Representative, opposed House restaurant Jim Crow, Nazi sympathizer
McGarraghy, Joseph C., employer attorney for hotels
McGee, Willie, executed for raping a white woman, subject of nationwide campaign to free him
McGlasson, Amy B., one of D.C.’s first all-woman jury
McGuigan, Francis J.., president of Retail Clerks Local 400
McGuire, Raymond (and wife), DC freeway opponents
McGuire, Virginia and here, D.C. NAACP leader
McIntyre, Francis, U.S. Assistant Director of International Trade
McKenzie, John, Trenton 6 defendant
McKinnie, Lester and here, D.C. SNCC leader
McMichael, Jack, Methodist minister, American Youth Congress leader, peace activist
McLaughlin, Neil Rev., here, here and here, Harrisburg 8 defendant
McLaughlin, Robert E. and here, D.C. Commissioner, D.C. Public Utilities Commission
McNamara, Patrick V., U.S. Senator
McPherson, Janet, Mother Jones Collective
McRobie, Austin., Capital Transit worker
Meade, William B., Amalgamated Transit Union Local 689 leader
Meany, William George and here, AFL and AFL-CIO, labor leader
Medina, Angel Luis, Puerto Rican Nationalist Party, turned state evidence at sedition trial
Medina, Juan Francisco, Puerto Rican Nationalist Party, convicted of sedition
Medina, Julio Flores, Puerto Rican Nationalist Party, convicted of sedition
Meiselman, Mariam and here, Baltimore, Md. garment worker activist
Melnicoff, Paul, here, here, and here, D.C. activist
Menz, Anne, refused to testify in Harrisburg 8 case
Merrill, E. D. and here, president of Capital Transit, refused to hire black operators
Meyer, Agnes, wife of Washington Post publisher
Meyers, George A., Md. Textile union leader, Md. CIO leader, Md. and national Communist Party leader, imprisoned
Middleton, Jimmy, D.C. Metro wildcat strike
Mikulski, Barbara Ann and here, U.S. Senator and U.S. Representative
Miller, Alvin C. and here, white supremacist
Miller, H. B.., D.C. Transit streetcar operator
Miller, Hugh, Washington Committee for Democratic Action
Miller, John E., U.S. Representative, upheld Jim Crow at House restaurant
Miller, Judy, House Banking and Currency Committee
Miller, Kelly , Howard University dean of Arts and Sciences, NAACP
Miller, L. I., D.C. transit union strike leader
Miller, Marc T.., student activist, Montgomery County Freedom Party
Miller, William Newton, Abraham Lincoln Brigade
Milliken, Helen, Equal Rights Amendment leader, wife of Michigan governor William Milliken
Millner, Booker T. and here, Martinsville 7, executed
Mills, Alexander W., Unemployed Council
Mills, Clyde, labor conciliator
Mills, Jake and here, D.C. transit union activist
Mills, Sue V., anti-busing leader, Prince George’s County Council
Mills, Walter Thomas, Progressive Party
Mindell, Jacob, Communist Party leader, jailed
Minh, Ho Chi, Vietnamese communist leader
Miranda, Raphael Cancel, here, here and here, Puerto Rican Nationalist Party, attempted assassin
Misty (no last name) and here, participant in conference on homosexuality
Mitchell, Arthur W., black U.S. Representative
Mitchell, Clarence and here, NAACP lobbyist
Mitchell, Curtis and here, Howard University graduate, civil rights activist
Mitchell, John, Attorney General
Mitchell, Jonas E., D.C. Red Caps union
Mitchell, London, Amalgamated Transit Union Local 689 member
Molotov, Vyacheslav M., Soviet communist leader
Monova, Michael, Cambridge, Md. civil rights activist
Montgomery, S. A., D.C. transit union strike leader
Montgomery, Viola and here, mother of Scottsboro defendant
Mooney, Carol, women’s rights activist
Mooney, John B., San Francisco transit union leader, brother of imprisoned labor leader Tom Mooney
Mooney, Mary, mother of imprisoned labor activist Tom Mooney
Mooney, Rena Hermann, wife of imprisoned labor leader Tom Mooney, activist
Mooney, Tom and here, imprisoned labor leader
Moore, Douglas “Doug”, Black United Front, D.C. City Council
Moore, Jerry, D.C. Councilmember
Moore, Loyd, Prince George’s AFSCME striking member
Moore, Richard B., International Labor Defense
Moreno, Antonio Herrera, Puerto Rican Nationalist Party, convicted of sedition
Morris, L. W., Amalgamated Transit Union Local 689 leader
Morrow, E. Frederic, White House administrative officer
Morse, Wayne and here, U.S. Senator
Moss, Annie Lee, Army signal corps clerk, accused by Sen. Joseph McCarthy of being a communist
Moss, Sgt. Howard G., Korean War POW who refused repatriation
Moss, Lauree, anti-Vietnam War activist
Moton, Robert Russa, principal of Tuskegee Institute
Mouton, William L. “Red” and here, D.C. Abraham Lincoln Brigade volunteer
Moynihan, Patrick Henry., U.S. Representative from Illinois, opponent of Jim Crow
Mulholland, Joan Trumpauer, here and here, Non-Violent Action Group, D.C. civil rights leader
Mumford, L. Quincy, Librarian at the Library of Congress
Mundy, Kenneth, defense attorney
Murphy, George B. and here, National Negro Congress, civil rights activist, son of Afro American editor George Murphy
Murray, Rev. Dr. Anna Pauline “Pauli”, Episcopal priest, civil rights, women’s rights, LGBT rights activist
Murray, Donald Gaines, plaintiff in U. of Md. desegregation case, civil rights attorney
Murray, Phillip, United Steel Workers and Congress of Industrial Organization (CIO) leader
Murray, Robert, D.C. transit union strike leader
Murrell, Larry, child who integrated Glen Echo Amusement Park
Nabritt Jr., James, civil rights attorney, president of Howard University
Nader, Alan, here, here and here, University of Maryland and D.C. area activist
Nanton, Robert, Retail Store Employees Local 400 striking member
Nelson, G. H., San Antonio transit union leader
Nelson, Steve, Communist Party leader
Newman, Craig, here and here, D.C. activist, AFSCME 1072 leader
Newton, Huey and here, Black Panther Party
Nhu, Madam (Tran Le Xuan), South Vietnamese leader, wife of President Ngô Đình Diệm
Nichols Jr, Cary, D.C. voting rights activist
Nieves, Miguel Vargas and here, Puerto Rican Nationalist Party, convicted of sedition
Nishida, Tai, Long Walk for Survival participant
Nix, James, here, here, here and here, Black Employees of the Library of Congress
Nixon, Richard M., here, here, here, here, here and here, U.S. President
Nixon, Russell, National Guardian
Nixon, Thelma Catherine “Pat”, First Lady of President Richard M. Nixon
No Last Name, Harry and here, Regional Addiction Prevention participant
No Last Name, Sheldon , child participant in the Longest Walk
Norman, Duncan and here, D.C. Abraham Lincoln Brigade volunteer
Norris, Ida, here and here, Scottsboro mother
Norton, Dr. Joseph, Association of Gay Psychologists
Novak, Mike, United Auto Workers
Nowell, Virginia, D.C. Green Guards
Nuttle, Marilyn, Trail of Broken Treaties
O’Brennan, Kalthleen, Irish independence supporter
O’Brien, Helen, here, here, and here, Irish independence supporter
O’Dwyer, Paul, New York City Council, civil liberties attorney
Oglesby, Alexander, Frederick Douglass Post 21 of the Grand Army of the Republic veterans
O’Hair, Madalyn Murray, atheist and anti-school prayer leader
O’Hair, Garth Murray, atheist and anti-school prayer leader
O’Hair, William Murray, plaintiff in anti-school prayer case, later Christian Baptist minister
Olabes, Donna, American Civil Liberties Union
Olivera, Serafin Colon and here, Puerto Rican Nationalist Party, acquitted of sedition
Olmstead, Mildred Scott, Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom leader
O’Neal, Eugene “Gene” and here, Amalgamated Transit Union Local 689 recording secretary
Orr, Rezin and here, Amalgamated Transit Union leader
Ortiz, Florentino, Abraham Lincoln Brigade
Ortiz, Murielo, Abraham Lincoln Brigade
Ortiz, Sancha, Abraham Lincoln Brigade
Ottinger, Bill, D.C. Metro wildcat strike
Owens, Sarah E. Boulware and here, first African American woman knowingly hired as a D.C. Transit bus operator
Owens, Thomas, United Rubber Workers
Pace, John, here, here and here, Workers Ex-Servicemens League leader, Bonus March
Padget, William, local man who helped slavers during Christiana incident
Palmer, A. Mitchell, U.S. Attorney General, led first Red Scare
Palmer, Charles, here, and here, National Student Association president
Palmer, Eleanor, Washington Telephone Traffic Union activist
Palmer, Oliver, DC cafeteria union leader
Param, Annie, ex-slave
Parker Barrington, civil liberties attorney, federal judge, son of George Parker
Parker, Bill, Abraham Lincoln Brigade volunteer
Parker, Carl and here, inmate; murdered Red Scare target William Remington
Parker, Charlie, Prince George’s AFSCME union leader
Parker George A., founder Terrell School of Law; father of Barrington Parker
Parrish, Theodore, here, here, here and here, Amalgamated Transit Union Local 689 recording secretary
Parrott, Ethel, Bureau of Engraving, United Public Workers Local 3
Parsons, Lucy, anarchist leader, wife of Haymarket martyr Albert Parsons
Patak, John, interracial dancer
Patler, John, American Nazi Party, assassin of George Lincoln Rockwell
Patrick, Ann, Dry cleaning presser, cast ballot in union vote
Patterson, James O’Hanlon, U.S. Representative, favored Jim Crow House restaurant
Patterson, Janie, here and here, Scottsboro mother
Patterson, Leonard, Trade Union Unity League spokesperson
Patterson, Louise Thompson, here and here, Communist Party, civil rights leader
Patterson, Mary Louise, daughter of William L. and Louise T. Patterson
Patterson, Samuel, chair of Scottsboro Defense Committee
Patterson, William L., Communist Party and civil rights leader
Pattillo, Melba, Little Rock 9
Perrin, Sandra M., here and here, D.C. transit union activist
Perry, Hardy, transit union member
Perry, Milton, Prayer Pilgrimage for Freedom, “Boy Wonder Preacher”
Peters, A. J., Boston, Ma. police chief
Pettigrew, Robert and here, first black D.C. bus operator knowingly hired
Phillips, Rev. Channing, D.C. civil rights; Coalition of Conscience, first black man to receive votes for U.S. president at a Democratic Party Convention
Phillips, Nick, Revolutionary Communist Party
Phoebus, Harry T., Md. commissioner of labor
Pickens, William, NAACP, Department of Treasury
Piercy, Marge, feminist author
Pigasus, Ms., here, here and here, Yippie presidential candidate’s first lady
Pinchot III, Gifford., Md. civil rights activist
Pinn, Rev., Parents League
Porter, Charles O., U.S. Representative, picketed Glen Echo
Porter, John, imprisoned labor leader
Potofsky, Jacob , Amalgamated Clothing Workers president
Potryuski, Walter, musician at interracial dance
Pollock, Robert G., Ohio labor leader
Posado, Maurice, American University student, subject of campaign to prevent deportation
Potts, Virginia, Washington Telephone Traffic Union striker
Powderly, Terence, Knights of Labor leader
Powe, Ralph, civil rights, civil liberties attorney
Powell Jr., Rev. Adam Clayton, civil rights leader, New York City Council, U.S. Representative
Powell, Jeffrey D., Students for a Democratic Society, Weather Underground
Powell, Josephine, Scottsboro mother
Pratt, Lowell D., D.C. SNCC organizer
Preller, C. F., D.C. Central Labor Union leader
Pressman, Lee, CIO General Counsel, Communist Party ally
Pringle, Claude, D.C. Abraham Lincoln Brigade volunteer
Proctor, Michael A., civil rights activist arrested at Glen Echo Amusement Park
Pugh, James H., Montgomery County judge—Giles Brothers, Glen Echo, Washington Free Press
Pullium, Morris., Capital Transit shop worker
Quigley, Patrick, Baltimore National Workers Organization
Quinlan, William, Chicago transit union leader
Quinn, Maura and here, Irish independence supporter
Rainey, Henry Thomas and here, U.S. Speaker of the House, opponent of desegregating House restaurant
Randolph, Asa “A.” Phillip, Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters and civil rights leader
Rankin, Jeanette, First woman U.S. Representative, voted against U.S. entry into WWI and WWII
Rankins, Pfc. Samuel D., Korean War POW who refused repatriation
Ransom, Leon and here, Howard Law School acting dean, NAACP attorney, civil rights activist
Raskin, Marcus, Institute for Policy Studies, Boston 5, father of U.S. Rep. Jaime Raskin
Rauh, Joseph L. and here, civil rights and civil liberties attorney
Raum, Rev. A. F. T. , Methodist clergyman who ministered the D.C. Ku Klux Klan
Raven, Robert, Abraham Lincoln Brigade
Ray, Eugene, D.C. Metro wildcat strike leader
Ray, Gloria, Little Rock 9
Rayburn, Laura J., adjunct professor who sued Georgetown University for discrimination against gay people
Reading, Sue, original and revived Washington Area Spark contributor, social justice activist
Reagan, Judy, lesbian activist; folksinger
Reed, Cal, antiwar activist
Reed, Thane, anti-nuclear activist
Reeves, Daniel, son of civil rights lawyer; Democratic Party activist Frank Reeves
Reeves, Deborah, daughter of civil rights lawyer; Democratic Party activist Frank Reeves
Reeves, Elizabeth, wife of civil rights lawyer; Democratic Party activist Frank Reeves
Reeves, Frank D., civil rights lawyer, Democratic Party activist
Reid, Herbert O., D.C. civil rights attorney; advisor to Democratic officials

Reimers, Elizabeth, Committee Against Jim Crow in Military Service and Training
Remington, William, Red Scare target, killed in prison
Remon, John, vice president C&P Telephone
Renfrow, Rudolph, New Negro Alliance
Renfrow, Ruth Kelso, Missouri Federation of Women’s Clubs
Reuben, Ida, Md. state senator
Reuther, Walter, United Auto Workers president
Reynolds, Irene, Washington Telephone Traffic Union striker
Rexrode, George, here and here, D.C. transit union activist
Rhine, Henry, United Federal Workers, Washington Industrial Council
Richardson, Gloria (married name Dandridge), Cambridge, Md. civil rights and labor leader
Richardson, Griffin, D.C. Red Caps union, Communist Party, father of Marie Richardson Harris and Thomas “Tommy” Richardson
Rice, Cora, Maryland NAACP
Richmond, Rodney and here, Amalgamated Transit Union Local 689 and International leader
Ricketts, Thomas Parker, D.C. transit veteran
Risling Sr., David, Longest Walk (1978) participant
Rizzo, Anthony, D.C. Abraham Lincoln Brigade volunteer
Robbins, Lucy and here, American Federation of Labor, Debs Freedom Conference
Roberts, Helen, immigrant rights activist
Robeson, Eslanda., anthropologist, wife of Paul Robeson
Robeson, Paul, black activist, singer, actor
Robey, Henry, striking Teamster Union member
Robins, John, Somerset County, Md. state’s attorney
Robinson, David “Oops”, D.C. transit union activist
Robinson, George W., president, D.C. Red Caps union
Robinson, Jackie, here, here and here, baseball star, civil rights activist
Robinson, Perry Ray, antiwar and civil rights activist
Robinson, Verdie, New Negro Alliance
Robinson-Williams, Mabel Ola., NAACP, wife of Robert F. Williams
Rockwell, George Lincoln, American Nazi Party leader
Roddy, B. J. and here, Irish independence supporter
Rodgers, Helen and here, defied ban on interracial dance
Rodriguez, Irvin Flores, here , here and here , Puerto Rican Nationalist Party, attempted assassin
Rogers, Bob, staff member, D.C. Council
Rogers, William P., U.S. Attorney General; U.S. Secretary of State
Romney, Kenneth, House Sergeant at Arms, condemned civil rights demonstrators
Roosevelt, Eleanor, First Lady, wife of U.S. President Franklin D. Roosevelt
Roosevelt, Franklin D., U.S. President
Roosevelt Jr., Franklin D., U.S. Representative, supporter of permanent FEPC
Roosevelt Jr., Theodore and here, government, business, military leader, son of U.S. President Theodore Roosevelt
Rose, Blanche, D.C. Green Guards
Rosenberg, Ethel and here, convicted atom spy, executed
Rosenberg, Julius and here, convicted atom spy, executed
Rosenberg [later Meeropol], Michael, here and here, son of executed Julius and Ethel Rosenberg
Rosenberg [later Meeropol], Robert, here and here, son of executed Julius and Ethel Rosenberg
Rosenberg, Sophie, here and here, mother of executed Julius Rosenberg and mother in law of executed Ethel Rosenberg
Ross, Louis, Washington, D.C. civil rights activist
Ross, Margaret, DC telephone union leader
Ross, Paul, civil liberties attorney
Rosser, Amelia and here, Irish independence supporter, first woman to speak on floor of House of Representatives
Roth, Robert H., Students for a Democratic Society, Weather Underground
Rothman, Paul, National Maritime Union leader
Rotter, Celia and here, Debs Freedom Conference
Rubin, Jerry Clyde, Yippie and anti-Vietnam War leader
Rucker, Bernard “Bunny” and here , Va. Abraham Lincoln Brigade volunteer
Rudd, Nancy A., Students for a Democratic Society, Weather Underground
Rudd Mark W., Students for a Democratic Society, Weather Underground
Ruiz, Francisco Cortez, Puerto Rican Nationalist Party, turned state’s evidence for sedition trial
Russell, Charles Edward, muckraking journalist, Socialist Party, a founder of NAACP
Russell, Richard and here, first black D.C. streetcar operator knowingly hired
Russell, Theresa Hirshl, Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom and D.C. civil rights leader
Rustin, Bayard, national civil rights leader
Ryan, Carson and here, BIA and DC civil rights activist
Ryan, James, J., student who sued Georgetown University for discrimination against gay people
Sacco, Nicola, here and here, anarchist, executed
Sales, Robert, Amalgamated Transit Union Local 689 activist
Sanakiewicz, Harriet, Washington Telephone Traffic Union striker
Saunders, Marvous, here and here, civil rights activist arrested at Glen Echo Amusement Park
Saunders, William “Pop” and here, one of the first black D.C. bus operators and the first Metrorail operator
Savage, Kathleen, here, here, and here, Irish independence supporter
Scarlet, Joseph, charged with treason for Christiana incident
Schauer, Donna Lee, Capital Transit bus passenger
Schloss, Leonard, general manager Glen Echo Amusement Park
Schneiderman, Rose, Women’s union leader
Schniderman, Saul, here, here, here, here, here, here, here and here, U. of Md. AFSCME 1072; Library of Congress AFSCME 2910
Schwellenbach, Louis B., Secretary of Labor
Scoblick, Anthony, here, here, here and here, Harrisburg 8 defendant
Scoblick, Mary.Cain, here, here and here, Harrisburg 8 defendant
Scoggin, Bob and here, Ku Klux Klan
Scoggin, William T., D.C. Metro wildcat strike leader
Scott, Emmett J., business manager and secretary reasurer, Howard University
Scotti, Pacific, striking Teamster Union member
Seale, Robert “Bobby” George, Black Panther leader
Sector, Frank B., Scottsboro campaign
Seeger, Pete, The Almanac Singers, The Weavers, singer
Sellers, Cleveland, SNCC and civil rights leader
Sexton, Joan, D.C. swimming pool integration activist
Shakur, Afeni, Black Panther leader
Shank, Elizabeth, Mayflower Hotel striker
Sharps, Amos, D.C. Red Caps union
Sharpe, Carol, D.C. voting rights activist
Sheehan, Frank J., president of D.C. grocery employers
Sheehan, Hattie, Capital Transit bus operator
Sheils, Sean, Irish Republican Army
Shelton, Alton, Maryland Klan</>
Shepard, John (Sheppard Strudwick), actor, opposed HUAC
Shindell, Len, here and here, Baltimore National Workers Organization, United Steelworkers of America
Shooer, William , National Labor Relations Board
Shostek, Sidney and here, D.C. Abraham Lincoln Brigade volunteer, killed in action
Sigmon, William L. and here, slain police officer
Simms, William F. and here, D.C. transit union leader
Simons, William “Bill”, Washington Teachers Union president
Simpson, Craig G., ATU Local 689 secretary-treasurer, UFCW Local 400 executive director, social justice activist, Spark administrator
Simpson, Helen and here, mother of Spark contributors Bob and Craig Simpson
Simpson, Robert “Bob”, University of Maryland SDS, AFSMCE 1072, Official Irish Republic Club, Venceremos Brigade, Chicago activist
Tate, U. Simpson, National Negro Congress leader
Simpson, William L., World War II soldier, father of Spark contributors Bob and Craig Simpson
Sistrom, Joe, producer and writer, opposed HUAC
Skardis, John R., Students for a Democratic Society, Weather Underground
Skinner, Cpl. Lowell and here, Korean War POW who refused repatriation
Slick, Grace Barnett, singer and counter-culture activist
Slowe, Lucy, dean of Howard University women
Smeal, Eleanor, Equal Rights Amendment leader, National Organization of Women, Feminist Majority Foundation
Smirnovsky, Mikhail N., Soviet Charge D’Affairs
Smith, Ernest C., pastor Metropolitan Baptist Church, civil rights activist
Smith, George C., Parents League
Smith, Dr. J. Holmes, opposed British jailing of Nehru and Ghandi
Smith, Luther, D.C. transit union activist
Smith, Roberta B., Students for a Democratic Society, Weather Underground
Smith, Roland R., Bowie State College student government president
Smith, Sam., alternative journalist, D.C. Gazette, Progressive Review
Snow, Maj. B. C., D.C. Public Utilities Commission
Snow, Vernon, D.C. Abraham Lincoln Brigade volunteer, killed in action
Snowden, O. Phillip, Howard student, participant in Capitol restaurant desegregation effort
Snyder, Mitch, Community for Creative Non-Violence
Sobell, Helen. and here, wife of convicted atom spy Morton Sobell
Sobell, Mort, son of convicted atom spy Morton Sobell
Sobell, Morton, convicted atom spy, imprisoned
Sobell, Rose, mother of convicted atom spy Morton Sobell
Sobell, Sydney, daughter of convicted atom spy Morton Sobell
Sotomayor, Gonzalo Lebron, Puerto Rican Nationalist Party, turned state’s evidence at sedition trial
Spangler, Ernest, D.C. hotel workers leadert
Spears, Harvey M., D.C. Transit attorney
Spencer, Samuel, and here, D.C. Commissioner
Spiegel, Michael L., Students for a Democratic Society, Weather Underground
Spock, Dr. Benjamin, pediatrician, author, antiwar leader
Spottswood, Stephen Gill, pastor John Wesley AME Zion church, civil rights activist
Springer, Maida, American Federation of Labor
Spritzer, Ralph S., first assistant U.S. Solicitor General
Stachio, William, United Auto Workers
Stalin, Josef, here and here, Soviet communist leader
Starnes, Mabel, D.C. Green Guards
Starr, Mo and here, participant in conference on homosexuality
Starr, Dr. Dorothy , participant in conference on homosexuality
Stearns, Richard, National Student Association
Steele, Thomas W., D.C. voting rights activist
Steelman, John, chief of staff to President Harry S. Truman
Stein, Annie, Washington, D.C. labor and civil rights leader
Stein, Barry Phillip., Students for a Democratic Society, Weather Underground
Steinem, Gloria and here, women’s rights leader
Steinger, Dr. Klaus, East German journalist; analyst
Stephens, Claire, D.C. transit union activist
Stevenson, Barry, evicted with blind mother and blind grandmother
Stevenson, Bernice, blind woman evicted with blind grandmother and two children
Stevenson, Irene, blind grandmother evicted with blind duaghter and two children
Stevenson, Joyce, evicted with blind mother and blind grandmother
Stewart, C. T., Navy Yard worker, organized against wage cuts
Stone, Gertrude B., Washington, D.C. civil rights activist
Stone, Isadore Fenstein “I. F.”, muckraking journalist, anti-fascist
Stone, Joyce Fenimore, Washington, D.C. civil rights activist
Strange, Dorothy, National Negro Congress
Streeter, John J., Progressive Party
Stewart, James, one of first Philadelphia black motormen
Strong, Lt. Col. George E., labor conciliator
Strong, Katherine, Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom
Strum, Bill , here and here, University of Maryland College Park activist
Strumpf, Marc, here, here and here, Montgomery County Freedom Party, University of Maryland student government president
Stutson, Sandy, here, here, here and here, Black Employees of the Library of Congress
Sullivan, Sgt. Laurence G., Korean War POW who refused repatriation
Sulloway, Cyrus, U.S. Representative
Summers, Ernest A., Arlington, Va. Police officer
Surasky, Jack., Capital Transit investor
Sweeney, Alvin, Northern Virginia labor leader
Swinglish, John, refused to testify in Harrisburg 8 case
Tabankin, Margery, National Student Association president, Democratic Party
Talley, John Earl, slain D.C. transit operator
Tanner, Ms. F. S., Parents League
Tanz, Alfred, D.C. Abraham Lincoln Brigade volunteer
Taylor, Glen, U.S. Senator; vice presidential candidate for Progressive Party
Taylor, John Clabon and here, Martinsville 7, executed
Taylor, Joseph D. “J.D.”, here, here, here and here, Amalgamated Transit Union Local 689 activist</>
Taylor, Lois, D.C. Afro American reporter
Taylor, Sarah, Bureau of Engraving, United Public Workers Local 3
Teague, Walter , U.S. Committeee to Aid the National Liberation Front, social justice activist
Templin, Rev. Ralph, opposed British jailing of Nehru and Ghandi
Tenneson, Pfc. Richard, Korean War POW who refused repatriation
Tennyson, David, Grand Army of the Republic veteran
Terrell, Mary Church, National Council of Negro Women and civil rights leader
Terrell, Rep. George Butler, U.S. representative and proponent of segregation in House
Terry, Juanita, first black aide to a white U.S. Representative
Thomas, Bill and here, Longest Walk participant
Thomas, Henry and here, Communist Party; Laborers Local 74; witness against former comrades
Thomas, Jefferson, Little Rock 9
Thomas, James, Cambridge, Md. white supremacist
Thomas, James H., boarded desegregated Virginia bound bus
Thomas, John A., Amalgamated Transit Union Local 689 Secretary Treasurer
Thomas, W. F., Navy Yard worker, organized against wage cuts
Thomas, Jr. James M. “Tommy”, here, here, here and here, Amalgamated Transit Union Local 689 president</>
Thompson, Charles, National Negro Congress
Thompson, Micki Jo, Washington Telephone Traffic Union striking member
Thompson, Rev. R. W., Parents League
Thompson, Sadie and here, ex-slave
Thorne, M. Franklin, New Negro Alliance
Thorpe, James, Trenton 6 defendant
Thurmond, Edward, D.C. Red Caps union
Tieger, Joseph “Buddy”, draft resister
Tigar, Michael, “Movement” attorney
Timm, Eros A., here and here, radical bank robber, cop killer
Timmerman, Douglas H., D.C. voting rights activist
Tippett, Tom, union activist, journalist, author
Tobias, Channing and here, secretary national council YMCA, civil rights
Tola, Michael, Mayday organizer, suspect in Capitol bombing
Tompkins, Esther M., one of D.C.’s first all-woman jury
Toney, Charles, civil rights activist, John Deere
Torres, Manuel Rabago, Puerto Rican Nationalist Party, convicted of sedition
Torresola, Doloes Otero, Puerto Rican Nationalist Party, wife of slain attempted assassin Griselio Torresola, convicted of sedition
Torsell, Carolyn, here, here, here and here, Black Employees of the Library of Congress
Townsend, Francis and here, promotor of alternative pension plan to Social Security
Trevellick, Richard. F., organizer of first national labor conference
Triplett, James A., D.C. Red Caps union
Truman, Harry, U.S. President
Trumbo, Dalton, Hollywood 10
Truth, Sojourner (Isabella [Belle] Baumfree), ex-slave, abolitionist, feminist
Tubman, Harriet, here, here and here, escaped slavery, spy for Union Army, abolitionist
Tucker, Sterling, D.C. Urban League, D.C. City Council
Tuomi, Sirkka, one of first Women’s Army Corps (WAC), Maryland Communist Party
Turner, Leon, here, here, here and here, Black Employees of the Library of Congress
Underhill, Charles Lee, U.S. Representative, favored House Jim Crow
Underwood, Albert and here, civil rights activist
Uran, Andrew, unemployed, auctioned by Urbain LeDoux
Usera, Vincent, Abraham Lincoln Brigade volunteer, lived in D.C. after the war
Van Stavern, W. H., D.C. transit union leader
Vance, Susan Ford, Equal Rights Amendment leader, daughter of U.S. President Gerald Ford
Vance, Tyne, granddaughter of U.S. President Gerald Ford
Vanzetti, Bartolomeo and here, anarchist, executed
Velez, Angel Luis Arzola , Puerto Rican Nationalist Party, convicted of sedition
Vernon, William Tecumseh, AME bishop, university president, Registrar of the Treasury
Vincent, Craig, Washington Industrial Union Council
Voorhis, Jerry, U.S. Representative, HUAC
Vorys, John, U.S. Reprewentative
Waddle, C. H., automobile dealer, supporter of Father Cox
Wade, Bob, University of Maryland College Park Students for a Democratic Society
Waldron, Rev. J. Milton, Parents League
Walker, March, American University student, sought to prevent deportation of fellow student
Wallace, George Corley, white supremacist governor of Alabama and presidential candidate
Wallace, Henry A. and here, New Deal Democrat, Progressive Party candidate for President
Waller, Maurice, here, here, here, here and here, Amalgamated Transit Union Local 689 activist
Wallaert, Steven, Alexandria, Va. Air Traffic Controllers union president
Walls, Carlotta, Little Rock 9
Walsh, James (wife of—name unknown)., Irish independence supporter
Ware, A. L., commuted by horse during transit strike
Ware, Amy, ex-slave
Warfield, Adj. Gen. Edwin., Md. National Guard commander during campus occupations
Warren, Rep. Lindsay and here, U.S. Representative and enforcer of segregation at House cafeteria
Washington, Cecil and here, civil rights activist arrested at Glen Echo Amusement Park
Washington, Walter, Washington, D.C. mayor
Waters, Walter W., Bonus Army leader
Watkins, Steve., D.C. Metro wildcat strike
Watts, Glen, D.C. telephone union leader, Communications Workers of America union leader
Weaver, David, D.C. transit union activist
Weaver, Frederick C. and here, Afro American reporter and civil rights activist
Weaver, Margaret E., one of D.C.’s first all-woman jury
Webb, Harold, Korean War POW who refused repatriation
Weiss, Charles, Association of Gay Psychologists
Weiss, Lawrence M., Students for a Democratic Society, Weather Underground
Welcome, Verda , Md. State senator
Wellen, Margaret E., one of D.C.’s first all-woman jury
Wenderoth, Rev. Joseph, here and here, Harrisburg 8 defendant
Wesley, Dr. Charles Harris, AME minister, Howard dean and Washington, D.C. civil rights leader
Weston, Robert, W., judge, D.C. Public Utilities Commission
Whalen, Patrick “Paddy” B., Communist Party, Baltimore labor leader
Wheaton, Rev. Phil , opponent of Chilean dictatorship
Wheeler, Roger, labor arbitrator
Whelcher, Claude J. , Maryland Ku Klux Klan, groom in Klan wedding
White Sr., Compton, U.S. Representative, opponent of integration
White, Don, Prince George’s AFSCME striking member
White, George H., last black U.S. Representative of Reconstruction era
White, John P., mine workers labor leader
White, Walter, NAACP leader
White, Pfc. William C. and here, Korean War POW who refused repatriation
Whitehurst, Christine, among first women bus operator trainees
Wilbert, George A., Amalgamated Transit Union Local 689 leader
Wilcox, Mamie Williams, here and here, Scottsboro mother
Wilkens, Roy, here and here, NAACP leader
Wilkerson, Cathlyn Platt, Weather Underground and DC SDS leader
Wilkerson, Doxie A., here, here and here, Howard University professor, civil rights activist, Communist Party USA
Wilkinson, Frederick D., Howard University registrar
Wilkinson, Garnet C. , D.C. administrator of black schools
Williams, Anne, social justice activist
Williams, Rev. E., Parents League
Williams, Ms. [no first name] Earl, Maryland civil rights activist
Williams, Hosea and here, civil rights and Southern Christian Leadership Conference leader, Georgia elected official
Williams, Joan, D.C. civil rights activist
Williams, Lelia, D.C. transit union activist
Williams, Matthew and here, Md. lynching victim
Williams, McRae, D.C. Red Caps union
Williams, Preston, D.C. transit union veteran
Williams, Robert F. and here,NAACP, Revolutionary Action Movement
Williams, Smallwood and here, bishop of D.C. Bible Way Church, civil rights activist
Williamson, Harold E., opponent of Rosenbergs execution
Willis, E. B., Progressive Party
Williston, Peggy, New Negro Alliance
Willmen, Carl, Cambridge, Mds. Civil rights demonstrator
Willoughby, Lillian, anti-nuclear activist
Wills, Pfc. Morris R. and here, Korean War POW who refused repatriation
Wise, William, Dorchester County Citizens Association, segregationist
Wilson, Dagmar Searchinge, anti-nuclear testing and anti-Vietnam War leader
Wilson, Horace, Trenton 6 defendant
Wilson, James Finley and here, Grand Exalted Ruler of the I.B.P.O.E. of W. and civil rights leader
Wilson, Jerry, D.C. police chief
Wilson, John, Princess Anne, Md. civil rights activist
Wilson, Mary L., one of D.C.’s first all-woman jury
Wilson, Will R., Asst. Attorney General
Wind, Tom and here, Longest Walk participant
Winkowsky, Joseph, anti-imperialist activist
Wolfre, Herb , striking Teamster Union member
Wolfson, Cecil, Capital Transit investor
Wolfson, Louis., here and here, principal owner Capital Transit, coporate raider
Woll, Matthew, AFL labor leader
Wood, Charlie, Vintage Spark contributor
Wood, Leroy H. and here, D.C. Communist Party leader, imprisoned
Wood, Tom, antiwar activist
Woodcock, Leonard and here, United Auto Workers president
Woodard, Mark, U. of Md. student strike leader
Woods, Arthur, New York City police commissioner
Woods, Peter, helped drive off slavers during Christiana incident
Woodson, Granville, New Negro Alliance
Woodson, Minnie, D.C. School Board
Woodward, Robert, Washington Post journalist
Worthy, William, Afro American journalist, civil rights and right to travel activist
Wright, Billy and here, D.C. transit union leader
Wyatt, Jane, actress, opposed HUAC
Wyman, Bill, Vietnam Veterans Against the War
X, Malcolm [Little], Nation of Islam, black liberation spokesperson
Yarrow, Peter, social justice activist, member of singing group Peter, Paul and Mary
Yeldell, Joseph P. and here, D.C. appointed councilmember; D.C. administrator
Yergan, Max and here, National Negro Congress leader, later FBI informer, supporter of apartheid
Young, Andrew, civil rights leader, U.S. Representative
Young, Charles, son of Col. Charles Young, Scottsboro activist, aided Soviet Union
Young, Coleman, Detroit, Mich. mayor
Young, Gary, D.C. Metro wildcat strike leader
Young Horse, Floyd, Trail of Broken Treaties
Zabel, John O., Progressive Party
Zais, Jim , D.C. Gay Activist Alliance leader
Zanbower, Cortes , worker at Celanese plant
Zerubin, Georgi, Soviet ambassador
Zerubin, Mrs. (name unknown), wife of Soviet ambassador
Zetkin, Claire, German communist leader
Zhou Enlai, Chinese communist leader
Zimring, O. David , here and here, Labor Bureau of the Middle West
Zucker, Jack and here, United Shoe Workers

 

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