Code Pink: Women For Peace – was founded in 2004 as a "grassroots peace and social justice movement" by 4 leftwing radicals; Jodie Evans, Medea Benjamin, Diane Wilson, and radical Wiccan activist calling herself Starhawk.
- Founder Medea Benjamin is a pro-Castro radical
- Medea Benjamin’s group Global Exchange, has strong ties to the communist Workers World Party.
- In 2004, Code Pink was a signatory to a letter urging members of the U.S. Senate to vote against supporting Israel’s construction of an anti-terrorist security fence in the West Bank
- In December 2009 Code Pink led an international delegation of anti-Israel leftists to Gaza, where they delivered “tens of thousands of dollars in humanitarian aid” as a gesture of defiance against Israel’s blockade (designed to prevent the importation of weaponry) of the Hamas-controlled region.
- Next, the marchers went to Egypt where they participated in the Hamas-organized “Gaza Freedom March,” again to protest Israeli policy. Before the group departed for Egypt, Code Pink co-founder Medea Benjamin told the media that Hamas “has pledged to ensure our safety.” Joining Code Pink on the trip were former Weather Underground terrorists Bill Ayers and Bernardine Dohrn.