Chance Zombor

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Chance Zombor

Chance Zombor is Digital Communication Coordinator at Wisconsin Jobs Now. He is married to Missy Zombor.


Studied Communication at Carroll University.

FRSO Freedom School

25 student and anti-war activists from Milwaukee, Madison, Chicago and Minneapolis attended the Freedom School, a one-day study hosted by the Freedom Road Socialist Organization/FightBack!, July 2010.

The study was broken up into four sessions: U.S. Imperialism and Our Movement Against War and Occupation in Iraq and Afghanistan; Immigrant Rights and the Struggle for Chicano Liberation; Theory and Practice: the Mass Line; and The Need for Revolution: Why You Should Join the FRSO.

Tracy Molm, an organizer with University of Minnesota Students for a Democratic Society (SDS), said the study was good at deepening an analysis on imperialism.

"The study stressed that imperialism is not a foreign policy, but rather a period that exists when advanced capitalist economies driven by monopolies divide up the entire world in seeking more profit. We talked about how we’re working to replace imperialism with a system that fosters peace and justice,” she commented.

The study on immigrant rights and Chicano liberation was co-chaired by student organizer Chance Zombor. Zombor presented FRSO’s views on the immigrant rights movement, and noted “The study was particularly helpful to the student organizers of Movimiento Estudiantil Chicano de Aztlán and Students for a Democratic Society who have been organizing against Arizona’s SB1070 and wanted greater understanding of how the fight for immigrant rights is part of the revolutionary struggle to liberate the Chicano nation from imperialism.”[1]

FRSO Forum


June 2011, Chance Zombor for Freedom Road Socialist Organization/FightBack!, Mike Gold for Students for a Democratic Society and Minister William Muhammad Nation of Islam, addressed a Milwaukee panel on Libya.

"Freedom Road Panel: International Women's Day"

Union Ballrooms - Florida Room, Thursday 5 March 2015, 18:00, organized by Tallahassee FRSO.

Members of The Freedom Road Socialist Organization (FRSO), the Dream Defenders, Students for a Democratic Society (SDS), and the Center for Participant Education (CPE) and The F-Word will be hosting a panel in commem]]oration of International Women's Day to cover the most pressing issues faced by women, LGBTQ, and Trans folks in the United States and around the world. In addition the presentation will cover how the Freedom Road Socialist Organization continues to fight for Trans Proletarian Feminism and promotes Women's leadership against Patriarchy and Capitalism within the movement.

We will also celebrate women revolutionaries that have contributed to the struggle. Radical Communist revolutionaries like Claudia Jones, Leila Khaled, Assata Shakur, Yuri Kochiyama, Anuradha Ghandy, and many more.

Those indicating attendance on Wherevent included Melissa Miranda, Maressa Simmons, A.v. Ramanathan, Rosie Richeson, Shivaani Ehsaan, Jessica Schwartz, Andreina Granado, Ansley Jones , Rachel Crooks, Dayli Vazquez, Elizabeth Dedge, Gladys Nobriga, Regina Joseph, Chrisley Carpio, Samantha Miker, TatianaMarie Daguillard, Naomi Bradley, Alexandra Gaskin, Briana Fonte, Shannon Conley, Brooke Ashley, Hasan İncedere, Corey Uhl, Miles Menendez, Chance Zombor, Brad Sigal, Caleb Cineas, Zachary Schultz, Fern Figueroa. [2]

Speak Out Against Racism!

By Chance Zombor October 27, 2010, Waukesha, WI – Waukesha Students for a Democratic Society (SDS), along with other student groups, held a Speak Out Against Racism! demonstration in response to a recent rise of white supremacist graffiti on the University of Wisconsin-Waukesha campus. The graffiti included swastikas and the initials “KKK.” The graffiti had previously been addressed by the university administration only with a mass email warning of a possible “written reprimand, loss of a privilege, or community service” for the perpetrator.

With around 100 in attendance, Dr. Margaret Rozga spoke first, sharing her personal experience of having fought in the civil rights struggle of the 1960s. She encouraged students of this generation to continue the struggle against racism. Chance Zombor and Missy Gaido of SDS spoke out saying, “I would argue that the symbolism of writing KKK on anti-racism fliers is more than just racist. It is a threat of violence. When I think of the KKK, I think of death! The public murder of innocent people.”

Jessica Bemi, an organizer with the Pride Alliance said, “She likened those of us in the queer community to animals and inanimate objects by suggesting that if gay marriage were legalized, people might start marrying dogs or tables. Our campus community put out a strong response.” She added, “We in the LGBTQ community and our allies are devoted to equal rights for all people.”[3]



  1. [ FBNews FRSO Freedom School a success By Daniel Ginsberg | July 23, 2010]
  2. Wherevent "Freedom Road Panel: International Women's Day"
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