David Jacobs

From KeyWiki
Jump to: navigation, search

David C. Jacobs

"Women and Unions"

Dorothy Sue Cobble, was the editor of "Women and Unions: Forging a Partnership". (Ithaca, NY; ILR Press, 1993). Contributors included Margaret Halleck, of the University of Oregon and formerly of the Service Employees International Union, Jean Ross and Ronnie Steinberg, both of whom have been active in Democratic Socialists of America, Gloria Johnson - a vice president of the International Union of Electronic Workers, new president of the Coalition of Labor Union Women, a newly elected member of the AFL-CIO executive council, Susan Cowell, an International Ladies Garment Workers Union vice president and DSA activist, Virginia duRivage and David C. Jacobs, Leslie Nulty of the UFCW, DSA activist Roberta Lynch.[1]

DSA’s Cuba Letter

David Jacobs signed an April 2003 Statement on Cuba, initiated and circulated[2] by prominent Democratic Socialists of America (DSA) member Leo Casey, calling for the lifting of trade sanctions against Cuba.

“a statement circulating among democratic left/socialist folks, largely by members of Democratic Socialists of America, condemning the recent trials and convictions of non-violent dissenters in Cuba”.

The petition criticized Cuba's poor human rights record, but shared the blame for Cuba's problems with reactionary elements of the U.S. administration...

The democratic left worldwide has opposed the U.S. embargo on Cuba as counterproductive, more harmful to the interests of the Cuban people than helpful to political democratization. The Cuban state's current repression of political dissidents amounts to collaboration with the most reactionary elements of the U.S. administration in their efforts to maintain sanctions and to institute even more punitive measures against Cuba.

Many of the petition's 120 odd signatories were known members of DSA.

Open Letter to Obama on Iran

In 2008 David Jacobs of Silver Spring, MD signed an online petition “A Open Letter to Barack Obama on Iran”.[3]

Progressives for Obama

In 2009 David Jacobs Americans for Democratic Action was listed as a signer of the Progressives for Obama website.[4]

"Wholesome Meme Stash"

Members of the Democratic Socialists of America Wholesome Meme Stash closed Facebook group, accessed November 14, 2017 included David Jacobs.[5]

References