Janet Wilder

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Janet Wilder

Democratic Socialists of America

DSA Youth Section Women's Caucus

The members of the DSA Youth Section Women's Caucus between 1985 - 1986 were: Amy Bachrach, Kathleen Bennett, Eva Bertram, Liza Bruna, Carol Cosenza, Carisa Cunningham, Marzia Deley-Fiastri, Gina Dorcely, Natasha Gray, Peggy Grimes, Nina Karnovsky, Julie Larmi, Robin Lasersohn, Lisa Laufer, Sherri Levine, Ceilanne Libber, Erika Meyer, Nancy Niemczyk, Miriam Peskowitz, Melanie Phillpot, Elizabeth Szanto, Bonnie Simmons, Jane Welna, Melissa Wender and Janet Wilder.[1]

DSA Feminist Commission

In 1986 Janet Wilder of Massachusetts was listed as a member of the Feminist Commission of the Democratic Socialists of America.[2]

Debs-Thomas-Bernstein Awards Reception

On June 30, 2009, Boston Democratic Socialists of America presented its annual Debs-Thomas-Bernstein Award to Professor, author, and health care reformer Rashi Fein, along with the winners of a union election at St. Elizabeth’s Medical Center in Brighton, accepted by Sonia Marshall, the key organizer of the campaign. Sheila Decter of the Jewish Alliance for Law and Social Action presented the award to Rashi Fein. The event was held at the home of Marcia Peters and David Karaus. Mike Fadel of SEIU Local 1199 (formerly Boston DSA staff person) and the AFSCME-affiliated New England Organizing Project were benefactors of the event.[3][4]

Janet Wilder was a supporter of the event.


  1. 1986 DSA Feminist Commission Directory
  2. 1986 DSA Feminist Commission Directory
  3. TYR, June 2009
  4. TYR, Sep. 2009