Dan Lund

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Dan Lund

Lawyers for the People

Back in Los Angeles, Joan Andersson and friend Dan Lund formed Lawyers for the People and became active in remaking and revitalizing the National Lawyers Guild, which had been foundering since McCarthy era witch hunts had decimated its ranks. Lawyers for the People was the precursor to the Bar Sinister, a law collective founded by Joan and Dan that defined itself as being in support of civil rights and peoples' struggles.

Call for a Conference on Racism and National Oppression

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Call for a Conference on Racism and National Oppression was a 1980 call by Marxist-Leninists of The Trend, most of whom were Line of March activists, for a national conference on "Racism and National Oppression" to be held in the summer of 1981 in New York or the Bay Area.

Signers from Los Angeles were;

Los Angeles District Line of March Groups?

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In a circa 1980 report "Consolidated rectification forces", in the Los Angeles area were named as Bruce Embrey, Joe Hicks, Michael Downing, Francoise Spaulding, Virgie Sanchez, William Bollinger, Dan Lund, Laurie Mayeno, Mike Silverberg, Ceci Kahn, Jaime Geaga, Cyrus Keller, Marilyn Taylor.

LOM Contributing editor

In 1980, contributing editors to Line of March were Tom Angotti, Fran Beal, Ralph Beitel, William Bollinger, Dale Borgeson, Jim Dann, Michael Downing, Cam Duncan, James Early, Phil Gardiner, Steve Hamilton, Fred Lass, Dan Lund, Jan Newton, Tim Patterson, Mel Rothenberg, Ann Schwartz, Albert Szymanski.[1]

References

  1. LOM, Vol 1,No 2, July Aug. 1980 p 2