Cynthia Fuchs Epstein

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American Solidarity Movement

The American Solidarity Movement was announced in early 1984 by Democratic Socialists of America, as a vehicle to support American labor unions it considered under attack, or on strike and in need of support.

Members of the Initiating Committee for an American Solidarity Movement were: Michael Harrington (convenor), Stanley Aronowitz, Balfour Brickner, Harry Britt, Harvey Cox, Rep. Ron Dellums, Bogdan Denitch, Barbara Ehrenreich, Cynthia Epstein, Jules Feiffer, Rep. Barney Frank, Msgr. George Higgins, Irving Howe, Eleanor Holmes Norton, Frances Fox Piven, Jose Rivera, Ray Rogers, Gloria Steinem, Peter Steinfels, Ellen Willis.[1]

DSA member

In 1990 Cynthia Epstein was named as a member of Democratic Socialists of America, in Democratic Left, Jan./Feb. 1990, page 13.

"Family and Gender"

In 1999 ""The Part-Time Paradox: Time Norms, Professional Life, Family and Gender" (Roudedge) was released by Cynthia Fuchs Epstein, Carroll Seron, Bonnie Oglensky, and Robert Saute. [2]

"Dissent" magazine

In 2009 the Democratic Socialists of America aligned Dissent Magazine masthead[3] Editorial Board members were;

Bernard Avishai, Joanne Barkan, David Bensman, Marshall Berman, Paul Berman , H Brand, David Bromwich, Luther Carpenter , Jean L Cohen, Mitchell Cohen, Bogdan Denitch , Jeff Faux, Cynthia Fuchs Epstein, Todd Gitlin, Murray Hausknecht, Agnes Heller, Jeffrey Isaac, Michael Kazin , Martin Kilson, Erazim Kohak, William Kornblum, Jeremy Larner, Susie Linfield, Kevin Mattson, Deborah Meier, Harold Meyerson, Nicolaus Mills , Jo-Ann Mort, Brian Morton, Carol O'Cleireacain, George Packer, Martin Peretz, Anson Rabinbach, Ruth Rosen, James Rule, Alan Ryan, Patricia Cayo Sexton, Jim Sleeper, Ann Snitow, Cornel West, Sean Wilentz, Dennis Wrong.

References

  1. Democratic Left, Jan./Feb. 1984, page 6
  2. Democratic Left Spring 1999
  3. http://www.dissentmagazine.org/display.php?id=masthead