WHO WE ARE
Jon Moscow has been a lifelong civil rights, antiwar, labor, education, and environmental activist. In 1964, at age 15, he became housing chair of Long Island Congress of Racial Equality (CORE). As a leader of Health Research and Action Project in Portland, OR, he collaborated with the Black Panther Party in establishing the Fred Hampton People’s Health Clinic and the Malcolm X People’s Dental Clinic. He was executive director of the Parents Coalition for Education in NYC, and has been active in fighting Islamophobia as a member of Jews for Racial and Economic Justice and Jewish Voice for Peace. He consults and writes grant proposals for non-profit organizations.