Carl Goldman

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Carl Goldman...is the father of Adam Goldman.

DSA Conference delegate

In 1983 Carl Goldman was a District of Columbia, Maryland delegate to the Democratic Socialists of America conference in New York City, October 14-16, 1983[1]

Maryland DSA member

In 1998 Goldman, a resident of Takoma Park, Md. was a longtime DSA member, had put in 21 years as a labor staffer on top of his earlier rank and- file work. He was executive director of Council 26 of the American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees, as well as a vice president of the District of Columbia Central Labor Council and of the DC. and Maryland AFL-CIO councils.[2]

DSA Alternate delegate

In 2017, the Metro DC Democratic Socialists of America Election Working Group finalized a 29 member convention delegate list, and a 3 member Alternate delegate list The Alternate list included Carl Goldman.

Metro DC DSA Public Facbook group

Members of the Metro DC Democratic Socialists of America, public Facebook group, as of March 12, 2017 included Carl Goldman.[3]

Urgent Solidarity Needed with Federal Workers

JANUARY 9, 2019 DSA’s Democratic Socialist Labor Commission supports the federal workers affected by the government shutdown. Trump is trying to divide the working class as part of his racist agenda, but DSA members who are federal workers are speaking out and building solidarity.

Comrades,

As the federal government enters its third week of a partial shutdown, unionized government worker DSAers are asking their comrades for urgent solidarity to help end this racist game Donald Trump is playing, and ensure that the workers that provide SNAP benefits, maintain our national parks, manage our civilian infrastructure, inspect our food and medicine, and so much more can get back to serving the public and provide for their families.

On January 10th, government workers will rally in DC to demand that Donald Trump stop using them as political pawns in his racist agenda. If you’re in or around DC, join the rally. If not, call your congressional representative and both senators and demand they end the shutdown immediately and backpay all furloughed government workers as well as contractors. Ask that they work with Rep. Pressley to ensure that contractors as well as federal employees are backpaid for all time lost to the shutdown.

And if you’re near a federal worksite, such as an airport, where those deemed “essential” have been working without pay for several weeks, consider a leaflet action in solidarity to inform the public of our plight.

Signed,

References

  1. DSA Conference delegate list Oct. 12 1983 update
  2. [Dem. Left Issue 3 1998]
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