A NOMAS Position Statement
The National Organization for Men Against Sexism (NOMAS) is outraged by the tragic homicide of Trayvon Martin and subsequent failure of criminal justice officials to charge the man who admits to killing Martin, George Zimmerman. This is an injustice to Martin and his family, and epitomizes the racial injustice that continues to permeate our society. Racism remains a primary source of inequality and oppression. At the individual level, it renders all young black men “suspicious”. At the institutional level, it is particularly evident in the criminal justice system.
 Mr. W. Preston Baldwin (Centerpoint360), Mrs. Sandra Oliver (Bayer Corp.), Mr. John Del Giorno (GlaxoSmithKline), Mr. David Powers (Reynolds American), Ms. Maggie Sans (Wal-Mart Stores), Mr. Jerry Watson Ms. Sano Blocker (Energy Future Holdings), Mr. Don Bohn (Johnson & Johnson), Mr. Jeffrey Bond (PhRMA), Mr. William Carmichael (American Bail Coalition), Mr. Derek Crawford (Kraft Foods, Inc.), Mr. Robert Jones (Pfizer Inc), Ms. Teresa Jennings (Reed Elsevier, Inc.), Mr. Kenneth Lane (DIAGEO), Mr. Bill Leahy (AT&T), Mr. Kelly Mader (Peabody Energy), Mr. Richard McArdle (UPS), Mr. Mike Morgan (Koch Companies Public Sector, LLC), Mr. Daniel Smith (Altria Client Services), Mr. Randy Smith (ExxonMobil Corporation), Mr. Russell Smoldon (Salt River Project), and Mr. Roland Spies (State Farm Insurance Co.). (http://www.alec.org/about-alec/private-enterprise-board/