Arlinda Parr

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Communist Party Labor Day call

The Communist Party USA paper People's Weekly World issued a statement to mark Labor Day 1995, entitled "We honor the dead and fight like hell for the living."

Of the more than 100 endorsers listed, almost all were identified members of the Communist Party USA.

Arlinda Parr, Salt Lake City Utah, was on the list.[1]

Birthday greetings to Gus Hall

The following contributors to the World 1996 Fund Drive sent birthday greetings to Gus Hall, national chair, Communist Party USA. People's Weekly World, 21 December, 1996 - Arlinda Parr.


Irma Sayer and Arlinda Parr have advocated peace and equity longer than many people who consider themselves activists have been alive.

Sayer, a resident of Mapleton, Utah County and her sister, Uda, were involved with the Salt Lake chapter of the Women's International League for Peace and Freedom for more than 20 years. Parr chaired the group for a decade. In March 1998 , Sayer, 78, and Parr, 87, a resident of Salt Lake, were awarded bread and roses, symbolic of economic security and a better quality of life, as part of an International Women's Day celebration.[2]