Dawn Jackson

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Dawn Patrice Jackson

2000 trip to Cuba

In February 2000, Dawn Jackson from the office of Congressman Vic Snyder spent five days in Havana, Cuba, for the purpose of "examine the impact of of embargo on various industries in connection with official duties". The trip cost $1,775.47 and was paid for by the Christopher Reynolds Foundation.[1]

CAIR Lobby day

CAIR - Connecticut March 26, 2013:


CAIR-CT vice president Matiniah Yahya (center right) and community members Pearl Wells (center left), Nasiha Adkins (far right), and Dawn Jackson (second from left) meet with ACLU-CT executive director Andrew Schneider (center) and field organizer Isa Mujahid (far left) at Lobby Day, an annual event organized by the ACLU-CT, the NAACP, the CT State Missionary Baptist Convention, the CT Immigrants' Rights Alliance, and SEIU Local 32BJ. Holding police accountable and protecting the rights of immigrants were the main issues at the March 26th event held at the State Capitol in Hartford.

Central Arkansas Democratic Socialists of America

Members of the Central Arkansas Democratic Socialists of America public Facebook group, as of March 18, 2017 included Dawn Jackson.[2]