Bill Moyers Journal portraits

Martin Espada, poet

Martin Espada, poet

Leymah Gbowee, 2011 Nobel Peace Prize recipient: led her countrywomen to fight for and win peace in Liberia; executive director, Women, Peace and Secutiry Africa
Howard Zinn, historian, chronicled centuries of people's struggles against oppression
John Stewart, anchor, "The Daily Show," producer and director
Jane Goodall, naturalist and conservationist
Fred Harris, professor of political science at the Unuversity of New Mexico and former Senator (D-OK)
Grace Lee Boggs, activist and philosopher
Martin Espada, poet
Bill T. Jones, choreographer, dancer and co-founder Bill T. Jones/Arnie Zance Dance Company
Victor Gold, Republican consultant (was Deputy Press Secretary to Barry Goldwater during the 1964 presidential campaign)
Leo W. Gerard, president, United Steelworkers' International
Cornel West, writer and professor (Princeton University)
John Bogle, investor, founder of The Vanguard Group
John McWhorter, linguist, Senior Fellow, the Manhattan Institute, and columnist
Manuel Vasquez, sociologist and religious scholar
James K. Galbraith, economist
Dennis Kucinich, former Congressman (D-OH 10th)
George Soros, financier
Kevin Phillips, political analyst, historian and author
Nikki Giovanni, poet
Ron Paul, former Congressman (R-TX), and doctor