By Allen Harris CHICAGO– With tremendous enthusiasm, fighting spirit and unity, the League of Revolutionaries for a New America was established during a convention held in Chicago on April 29 and 1995.
Attending were 73 delegates and 67 observers, as well as representatives of 30 areas and the national office. They came from 22 states, the District of Columbia and the Lakota Nation.
Ebon Dooley, a delegate from Atlanta:
“I was not at the founding convention. This is my first convention. It was very inspiring. It let me see who makes up the League. To see the mix of people, it was very emotional for me. It re-affirmed my belief in the League. It sends me back to Atlanta with renewed enthusiasm to reach out to more people.
“We have a lot more recruiting to do in the South. We have more work to do!”
Malcolm X conference
A conference, Malcolm X: Radical Tradition and a Legacy of Struggle was held in New York City, November 14 1990.
The "Does the Southern Struggle Still Exist?" panel consisted of;
- Ebon Dooley, Little 5 Points Community Center (Atlanta)