Seth Anderson-Oberman

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Seth Anderson-Oberman


Seth Oberman-Anderson...Political Director at AFT New Jersey. He was previously organizer at American Federation of Teachers Greater Philadelphia Area/

Young Communist League

In 1997 Seth Oberman was a United States Student Association National Board member and a Young Communist League USA National Council member.[1]

In 1998 Seth Oberman was a Young Communist League USA activist at Temple University, a member of the YCLUSA Philadelphia club, vice-president of the Temple University Student Government and on the board of the United States Student Association.[2]

Black Radical Congress

In 1998 Seth Oberman attended the founding of the Black Radical Congress in Chicago.[3]

Communist Party MLK tribute

On January 19, 2002, the Communist Party USA newspaper, Peoples Weekly World published a signed tribute to Martin Luther King, Jr..

We salute Dr. King’s courage and vision. He saw and struggled for an America and world that can be. We pledge in his memory to work to reorder our nation’s priorities “so that the pursuit of peace will take precedence over the pursuit of war.”

Signatories included Seth Anderson-Oberman . Almost all signatories were confirmed members of the Communist Party USA[4].

Endorsed Communist Party Call

On March 30 2002 the Communist Party USA paper People’s Weekly World called for a national holiday in honor of late Farm Workers Union leader Cesar Chavez. The article was followed by a long list of endorsers[5]including Seth Anderson-Oberman, Almost all endorsers were confirmed members of the Communist Party USA.

AFL-CIO

In 2006 Seth Anderson-Oberman was organizing[6]for the AFL-CIO in Baltimore.

New Jersey Citizen Action awards

Seth Anderson-Oberman, center

New Jersey Citizen Action awards, given out May 2015, went to the Honorable Bonnie Watson Coleman, Seth Anderson-Oberman, Andrea Bowen, Evelyn Mejil, Gwen Robinson & Santander Bank, and the two Evanoff-Shuchter Award recipients were Sy Larson and Jean Pierce.[7]

For his tenacity in the fight to raise the minimum wage, ensure quality health care for all, and promote fair taxes and a budget that works for all New Jerseyans, while advocating for good public schools and organizing teachers and other educational personnel around issues that promote the welfare of children.

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