Cori Marshall

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Cori Marshall

Cori Marshall is Resident at Presence Saints Mary and Elizabeth Medical Center. Studied Medicine at Escuela Latinoamericano de Medicina, Cuba.

Married to Scott Hiley. Daughter of Scott Marshall.


In 2002 Cori Marshall was a leading member[1]of the Young Communist League USA- from Chicago.

Study in Cuba

In 2007 Cori Marshall was a student at the Latin American School of Medicine[2]in Cuba.“

Best decision I ever made,” said medical student Cori Marshall of Chicago characterizing her first year at Cuba’s Latin American School of Medicine (LASM). The school graduated its third class of new doctors on July 24. The 2,188 health professionals receiving diplomas at a graduation spectacular at Karl Marx Theater here included eight U.S. medical students who had finished six years of study.

Cuban medical degree


Communist Party speaker

Speak Progress is the speakers bureau of the Communist Party USA. Listed speakers, as of October 2014, included Cori Marshall[3]

Cori Marshall is a resident in Family Medicine at Saints Mary and Elizabeth Medical Center in Chicago, IL. She is a graduate of the Latin American School of Medicine in Havana, Cuba. Established in 1999, the School of Medicine offers free tuition, room and board, and a small stipend to thousands of students from all over the world. Cori is one of a handful of U.S. students to attend the School of Medicine. She believes universal, quality health care is a human right.

New member phone bank


New member phone bank Public · Hosted by Communist Party USA.

Saturday, April 15, 2017 at 11 AM - 4 PM EDT

Your living room

We're organizing a phonebank to our new members on Saturday and we need your help. The callfire service allow you to make the calls from home, using your smartphone, laptop or deskstop. You'll get a real charge from talking to them! Aint' nuthin like it!! Please click "going" if you can make calls! Thanks!

Those invited to participate on on Facebook included Cori Marshall.

National Party Building Conference

National Party Building Conference Hosted by Communist Party USA and People's World.

Saturday, November 11, 2017 at 12 PM – 6 PM EST

Join Communist Party activists and members in a national conference. You can register here

The conference will take place November 11th to 12th to plan our work in the fight against the Trump Administration and its white supremacist ruling class backers. Find information here about how to participate.

The conference will be streamed from Chicago to regional meetings in New Haven, Los Angeles, and Orlando. Whether you’re on the East Coast, West Coast, in the MIdwest or the South, you’ll be able to participate.[4]

Those invited on Facebook included Cori Marshall.

“Unity Against Special Oppression"

Hundreds gathered June 2019 to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the Communist Party USA (CPUSA). The party’s 31st National Convention was held at the University of Illinois campus in Chicago and ran for three consecutive days. The event featured a variety of speakers, such as Samaria Rice, the mother of Tamir Rice, who was slain by Cleveland police in 2014, Chicago activist Pepe Lozano, CPUSA national chair John Bachtell.

In the first of several workshops on Friday, titled “Unity Against Special Oppression; For equality and democracy,” focused on the ways in which communities can resist the racist and divisive policies implemented by the Trump administration and work together to build stronger communities. Featured speakers on the panel, included party members Joe Henry, Cori Marshall, and UNITE HERE Chief Steward Barbara Vereen.

Discussion topics ranged from protecting immigrant communities and the denial of reproductive rights to increasing voter turnout. Joe Henry, who serves as the National Vice President of the League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC) for the 12 states that comprise the Midwest region, focused on the numerous threats currently facing immigrants. “We need to push for legal status of all immigrants,” he asserted, “not just DACA recipients.”

Panelist speaker Barbara Vereen, emphasized the importance of intentionally uplifting women in the movement. “Be inclusive to the point where it makes you uncomfortable,” Vereen said, highlighting her experiences as a Black woman in leftist spaces.

Vereen also encouraged convention delegates to reframe the way they think about diversity and inclusion, noting that Black women need to be put in leadership positions—not just included in discussions. “Hold outside organizations accountable, but let’s also hold ourselves accountable.” Her remarks were met with applause.[5]