Earl B. Dickerson
Earl B. Dickerson
Scientific and Cultural Conference for World Peace
Earl B. Dickerson was a sponsor of the Scientific and Cultural Conference for World Peace which ran from March 25 - 27, 1949 in New York City. It was arranged by a Communist Party USA front organization known as the National Council of the Arts, Sciences, and Professions. The conference was a follow-up to a similar gathering, the strongly anti-America, pro-Soviet World Congress of Intellectuals which was held in Poland, August 25 - 28, 1948.
National Committee to Abolish the House Un-American Activities Committee
As of May 1964, Earl B. Dickerson, attorney-corp. Executive, Chicago, Illinois, was listed as a sponsor of the Communist Party USA front, National Committee to Abolish the House Un-American Activities Committee.
Black Revolution forum
On December 12, 1968, the 19th annual meeting of the Hyde Park Kenwood Community Conference convened a forum on the "black revolution and its implications for an integrated community".
- Al Raby, civil rights activist, currently in graduate school
- Bill Maudlin, columnist and author
- Abner Mikva, Congressman, 2nd District
- Earl B. Dickerson, insurance executive and former independent Alderman
- Reuben Sheares, executive director of the Community Renewal Foundation
- Dr Quentin Young, editor of Health Rights News
Conference chairman Rufus Cook moderated the panel.
Harold Washington for Mayor of Chicago
Circa late 1982, members of the Citizens Committee/Harold Washington for Mayor of Chicago (in formation) included Earl B. Dickerson.
Lawyers Committee for Harold Washington
- Review of the Scientific and Cultural Conference for World Peace by the Committee on Un-American Activities, U.S. House of Representatives, Washington, D.C., April 19, 1949
- Hyde Park-Kenwood Voices, December 1968, page 14
- Undated circa late 1982, HWAC Mayoral Campaign Records, Box 5, Folder 1
- Lawyers Committee for Harold Washington letterhead, January 1983