Debbie Goldman

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Debbie Goldman was married to Richard Healey, and is the mother of Josh Healey.

New American Movement 10th convention

In 1981 Tom Lonergan, Detroit NAM and Debbie Goldman, Greater Boston NAM led a workshop entitled The Middle East at the 10th Convention of the New American Movement. The convention was held in a union headquarters in Chicago and ran from July 29 - August 2, 1981.

Goldman also led a workshop entitled Radical Jewish Politics (New Jewish Agenda).[1]

DSA comrade

In 1988 Debbie Goldman, a member of the D.C.!Maryland DSA Local, worked as a policy analyst for the Service Employees International Union.[2]

Business and Professional People for the Public Interest

In 2008, Debbie Goldman was listed as a sponsor/financial contributor to the Chicago based Business and Professional People for the Public Interest.[3]

Take Back America

On March 17, 2008, at the Take Back America conference in Washington D.C. , Steve Abbott, Julius Genachowski, Debbie Goldman, Susan Ness and Josh Silver spoke in a session entitled "Media Reform and High-Speed Internet for Everyone". The description for the session was:

"A high speed Internet connection will soon deliver nearly all media - television, radio, phone service, and of course, blogs and the Web. Join senior policy directors to Senators Obama and Clinton, along with the Communications Workers of America and Free Press to discuss the senators’ positions on media and how a broad coalition of labor, public interest and industry groups are uniting behind a national policy to bring fast, affordable, open Internet access to every American home."[4]

Endorsing Fetonte

Washington DC Democratic Socialists of America members who endorsed Danny Fetonte when he ran for DSA NPC in 2017 included Debbie Goldman , Brooks Sunkett.[5]

DSA Labor Statement of Support for Danny Fetonte

In August 2017 a group of Democratic Socialists of America labor activists issued a joint statement of support for newly elected DSA NPC member Danny Fetonte. The group was fighting back against other DSAers wanting to remove Fetonte for his past work for a Texas law enforcement union.

Signatories included Debbie Goldman, Communication Workers of America Research Department. New American Movement/Democratic Socialists of America since 1978. [6]

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