Art Goldberg

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Art (Arthur) L. Goldberg is the brother of Jackie Goldberg

Communist youth conference

After the Conference of Socialist Youth in March 1964, it was decided to hold the next convention in Chicago, and there form a new national youth organization. The Coordinating Committee determined to switch the meeting place to San Francisco, however, and to hold it on June 19 through 21, 1964. The New organization was named the W.E.B. DuBois Clubs of America and would serve as the youth wing of the Communist Party USA.

Those who signed the “call” for this June 1964 convention, as set forth on page 15 of The Convener No. 4, included Art Goldberg, Chairman of SLATE, Berkeley.[1]

Free Speech Movement

Mario Savio atop the police car holding FSM organizer Jack Weinberg via news.berkeley.edu
The "Free Speech Movement took place at UC Berkeley from Sept. 10, 1964, through Jan. 4, 1965. [2][3] It was a "student protest...under the informal leadership of students Mario Savio, Jack Weinberg, Michael Rossman, Brian Turner, Bettina Aptheker, Steve Weissman, Art Goldberg, Jackie Goldberg..."

The FSM "was a struggle by students over the right to engage in political speech on campus, which helped to catalyze broader political activism on campuses around the country over student rights, civil rights and the Vietnam War."[4]

Red Family/International Liberation School

Tom Hayden, creator of his own revolutionary cell, the Red Family and was also co-founder of the International Liberation School, along with Stew Albert, Susan Cady, Art Goldberg, brother of Jackie Goldberg, Jane Herman, Paul Glusman, Shari Ann Whitehead and a couple Gil Jones and Carol Jones. The ILS trained in combat firearms and medicine][5]

Tribute to Ben Dobbs

On Sunday, June 7, 1981, the Los Angeles Chapter of the New American Movement sponsored a Tribute to Ben Dobbs for "His lifelong commitment to socialism". The event was held at the Miramar-Sheraton Hotel, Santa Monica, California. Sponsors of the event included Arthur L. Goldberg.[6]

References

  1. University of California website: The New National Organization of Communist Youth
  2. Three Months of Crisis: Chronology of Events | Retrieved August 13, 2015
  3. Free Speech Movement, UC Berkeley - Online Audio Recordings | Retrieved August 13, 2015
  4. Don't trust anyone over 30, unless it's Jack Weinberg | Retrieved August 14, 2015
  5. ILS materials, e.g. Firearms and Self Defense, A Handbook for Radicals, Revolutionaries and Easy Riders, Berkeley, December 1969 can be found at the New Left Collection at the Hoover Institute.
  6. Tribute to Ben Dobbs program, June 7, 1981