Dennis O'Neil

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Dennis O'Neil


Dennis O'Neil... is a leading member of the Freedom Road Socialist Organization[1].

He is a retired postal worker.[2] and is the partner of Dody Clarke.

First Venceremos Brigade

In 1969 Dennis Adams O'Neill age 19, from the Bronx, New York, was a member of the first Venceremos Brigade to Cuba.[3]

SDS

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Dennis O'Neil was a member of Students for a Democratic Society in New York with Mickey Jarvis.

FBI shot

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The FBI took this 1973 shot of Dennis O'Neil for their files.

Life long Maoist

Dennis O'Neil was a founding member of the Revolutionary Communist Party, and helped draft the RCP’s first programme, adopted in 1975.

I left in the 1978 split that formed the Revolutionary Workers Headquarters. I am still a Maoist and remain active in a revolutionary socialist group, the Freedom Road Socialist Organization.[4]

We've Carried The Rich For 240 Years! Let's Get Them Off Our Backs!

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We've Carried The Rich For 240 Years! Let's Get Them Off Our Backs! is the name of a 2016 Facebook group for folk to exchange views and memories of the Revolutionary Union/Revolutionary Communist Party/Revolutionary Workers Headquarters lineage of the '70s New Communist Movement.

This group is for folks who were members of these groups or those who were “never actually in the RCP but I knew a lot of people who were.” Scholars, whether rigorous or casual, of the US left are also welcome.''

Admins was Dennis O'Neil

Forward editor

In 1996 Martha Cameron, Dennis O'Neil were the editors of Forward Motion, the journal of Freedom Road Socialist Organization.[5]

Freedom Road magazine

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Staff members of Freedom Road Socialist Organization's Freedom Road magazine Number 1, Spring 2001 were Eric Odell, Doug Wordell, Juliet Ucelli, Dennis O'Neil, translation by Juliana Barnet

BRING THEM HOME NOW!

Soldiers and Families Oppose the War in Iraq

Brecht Forum 03/11/2004.

Bring Them Home Now is a network of U.S. soldiers, their families and veterans who want to protect U.S. men and women in uniform. They believe that the war and occupation in Iraq is unnecessary and immoral and that under such circumstances the only way to be pro-soldier is to be anti-war. As U.S. soldiers and Iraqis die every day, the role of military families, active duty G.I.’s and veterans is key to building an anti-war movement. How is this opposition and the resistance of military people bringing anti-war politics to communities across the U.S.? What is the role of Bring Them Home Now in building a strong and enduring anti-war movement? Can it change the political landscape in the US? A panel of veterans, activists and military families will discuss this growing movement and it’s implications.

Bios:

Michael McPhearson, a native of Fayetteville, NC, was a field artillery officer of the 24th Mechanized Infantry Division during Desert Shield/Desert Storm. His military career includes 6 years of reserve service and 5 years active duty service. Now living in Bloomfield, N.J. and a member of Veterans for Peace, Michael works as an activist and facilitator to help bring about social and economic justice. He is the father of an eighteen-year-old son who is planning to join the Army in September.

Dennis O'Neil is an associate member of Veterans for Peace and a postal worker from NYC.[6]

United for Peace and Justice Affiliation

In July 2007 Dennis O'Neil representing Bring Them Home Now Campaign was affiliated to United for Peace and Justice.[7]

War Moratorium project

O'Neil is a member of the Freedom Road Socialist Organization and active in the War Moratorium project.[8]

Left Forum 2011

Ships of Death: Protecting the Italian Environment from State/Mafia Devastation:

Left Forum 2012

Occupy Harper's Ferry! Why Radicals (Including Pacifists) Must Follow John Brown Room W523 Sponsored by: PM Press

Commenting on Ferguson

It is just over a month since Darren Wilson, a Ferguson Missouri pig, gunned down Mike Brown, a Black teenager, in cold blood. It is stunning how much has happened—maybe even how much has changed—since that day. Here are some reflections on one of the most important urban rebellions in the US in the 21st century
To be sure, the people of Ferguson were lucky to have veteran local organizers, especially the radicals of the Organization for Black Struggle, on the ground, helping build the fightback. Even some of those who were drawn from elsewhere to help (as distinct from paper-peddling riot tourists) made contributions. But it was the residents of Ferguson and surrounding communities who deserve the credit.
So what do we do now? By we, I mean first and foremost reds, revolutionary socialists (and my comrades in the Freedom Road Socialist Organization in particular), but I include as well anyone who was outraged by the Ferguson murder and wants to insure that this wave of anger and protest does not recede entirely in the months to come.

"BILL FLETCHER JR, ED OTT & OTHERS"

Left Labor Project held a forum at 1199 SEIU, 310 W 43rd St, 14 January 2016, 18:00 till Thursday 14 January 2016.

The run-up to the Presidential primaries has unleashed a right-wing frenzy that's unprecedented in its naked scapegoating and repressive policy ideas. How do we analyze and respond to these developments, through our labor and community groups, and in the electoral arena? What new alliances, campaigns, and demands do we need?

Those signalling their support, or intention to attend on the events Wherevent page included Dara Silverman, Audrey Sasson, Jill Greenberg, Michael Dormo, Dennis Hart, David Mirtz, John Tarleton, Katrina Marie, Robert Ambaras, Ethan Frey, Maureen Silverman, Scarlett Ahmed, Caroline Unger, Emiljana Ulaj, Dahlia Goldenberg, Jessica Acee, Ferdinand Joseph, Kate Aronoff, Greg Dunkel, IrieAndrea LeDawes, Kristi Barnes, Nora Taggart, Mark Duran, Patrick Loman, Marion Lipshutz, Mindy Rubinstein-Rosier, Dego Adely, Marcus Meute, Gee Nimius, Mary Boger, Ellen Gurzinsky, Glorya Cabrera, Prince Manlaw King, Eric K. Ward, Joseph Phelan, Vince Kelley, Christine Williams, Plinio Cruz-Alvarez, Leon Pinsky, Dennis O'Neil, Eduardo Hugo Gil, John McCarthy, John Treat, David Salay, Kate Spaulding, Mohammad A. Khan, Charles Lenchner, Joshua Clennon, Chris Barron, Robel Tekleab, Jose Mangasha, Paolo Cremidis, John Dennie, Zach Liszka, Edgar E. Avalos, M. Dove Kent, Kristina Antonia Mazzocchi, John Ennis, Jon Zaccarini, L. Eljeer Hawkins, Bob Ratynski, Lorraine Barcant, Anne Mitchell, [9]

"Organize the South"

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In February 2016, Jeffrey Lichtenstein with Mary Jo Connelly and Cazembe Jackson Jasmine Wallace, Thomas Wayne Walker, Karly Safar, Dennis O'Neil, Anjie Martian-Princess were selling an "Organize the South" poster on the Freedom Road Socialist Organization Facebook page.

Revolutionary Strategies to Beat the Rising Right Wing

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Revolutionary Strategies to Beat the Rising Right Wing, was a nationwide conference call organized by Freedom Road Socialist Organization, Sunday October 30, 2016.

What's the nature of this right-wing threat? What has this election cycle changed about the political terrain we're fighting on? How do we need to prepare for whats coming after the election? Hear about these crucial questions from our panel of top political strategists, including Nelini Stamp, Bill Fletcher, Jr., Linda Burnham, and Sendolo Diaminah.

Those indicating interest in attending, on Facebook included Dennis O'Neil .[10]

Upper Manhattan/Bronx DSA Closed Facebook Group

Members of the Upper Manhattan/Bronx Democratic Socialists of America, closed Facebook group, as of October 15, 2017 included Dennis O'Neil .[11]

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