Jodie Evans



Jodie Evans is co-founder and co-director of CODEPINK and has been a peace, environmental, women’s rights and social justice activist for forty years. She has traveled extensively to war zones promoting and learning about peaceful resolution to conflict. She served in the administration of Governor Jerry Brown and ran his presidential campaign. She has published two books, “Stop the Next War Now” and “Twilight of Empire,” and has produced several documentary films, including the Oscar-nominated “The Most Dangerous Man in America” and Howard Zinn’s “The People Speak.” Jodie is the board chair of Women’s Media Center and sits on many other boards, including Rainforest Action Network, Drug Policy Alliance, Institute of Policy Studies, Women Moving Millions and Sisterhood is Global Institute. She is the mother of three. 

Jodie can be reached at: or @MsJodieEvans.


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  • Mary Thompson
    commented 2017-07-12 14:56:03 -0400
    brave ladies Jodie Evans we can learn genuine realities and stories of straightforward individuals who got into war. TV contorts reality, you will never realize what is occurring at some specific piece of world on the off chance that you don’t go there and see it yourself. She is doing genuine great job guarding individuals who are discarded rights.
  • Benson Gitau
    commented 2017-02-22 13:50:42 -0500
    Wow, Jodie Evans, you are a super model to many other women. Fighting passionately for social justice, peace women rights and the environment for 40 years and still going strong is an unprecedented journey of success. I hope more women can rise to show the world they can really do it. I appreciate the good example you have set. Cheers and all the best.

    Ben –
  • Jacob Marle
    commented 2017-01-30 05:02:36 -0500
    Thanks for the support Jodie. I totally support this cause.

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  • Alice Philip
    commented 2016-11-09 02:39:11 -0500
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  • Tony Herbst
    commented 2016-09-16 06:51:53 -0400
    Due to such brave women as Jodie Evans we can learn real facts and stories of simple people who got into war. Television distorts the truth, you will never know what is happening at some particular part of world if you don’t go there and see it yourself. She is doing real good job defending people who are disposed of rights.
    Tony S. Herbst – editor.