1860-1935 - Jane Addams - Pioneer settlement worker. Founded Hull House & WILPF. 1931 with Nicholas Murray Butler
1877-1933 - Henry Hodgkin - Co-founded Fellowship of Reconciliation (England) in 1914. First director of Pendle Hill (USA) in 1930.
1884-1966 - Kees Boeke - Helped start FOR, SCI & WRI at his home in Bilthoven. Wrote "Cosmic View" in 1957.
1884-1968 - Norman Thomas - Six-time presidential candidate for the Socialist Party of America. 1967
1885-1967 - A. J. Muste - Clergyman & political activist. Worked in labor, pacifist & civil rights movements. P 1966
1885-1968 - Muriel Lester - Operated "settlement house" (Kingsley Hall) in London (where Gandhi stayed in 1931). P
1885-1969 - Friedrich Siegmund-Schultze - Co-founded Fellowship of Reconciliation with Henry Hodgkin in 1914.
1896-1984 - Ralph T. Templin - Missionary & teacher. Acquainted with Gandhi in India, Ralph Borsodi in New York & Arthur Morgan in Ohio. P
1899-1981 - Howard Thurman - Theologian & civil rights leader. Dean of Theology & chapels at Howard & Boston Univs. Visited Gandhi in India. Taught MLK, Jr.
1908-1983 - Jean Lasserre - Peace theologian. Felowship of Reconciliation. Wrote "War & the Gospel." Influenced Bonhoeffer (qv).
1910-1991 - Alfred Hassler - Executive Director, Fellowship of Reconcilation. P
1910-1993 - Glenn Smiley - Methodist minister & civil rights activist. Field secretary for Fellowship of Reconciliation.
1912-1987 - Bayard Rustin - Leader in social movements for civil rights, socialism, pacifism, non-violence & gay rights. P
1912-1991 - Jean Goss - Evangelical advocate of nonviolence.
1916-1993 - Homer A. Jack - Secretary General of World Conference of Religions for Peace 1970-1983.
1920-1999 - James L. Farmer, Jr. - Co-founded Congress of Racial Equality (CORE) in 1942. 1998
1928-Alive - James Lawson - Civil rights movement (USA). 2004
1935-2012 - Walter Wink - Theologian. Coined "the myth of redemptive violence." Contributed to discourse on homosexuality & religion, pacifism, psychology & Biblical Studies.