Eda diBiccari

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Eda diBiccari


Eda diBiccari is a Lead Organizer at SEIU, Connecticut.

Education

  • University of Massachusetts, Amherst
  • UConn School of Social Work

Mangaoang campaign

BJ Mangaoang stood for mayor of Seattle in 1985, and subsequently entered the Washington State gubernatorial race in 1988. Irene Hull was her campaign manager, Elmer Kistler was her campaign treasurer, and Eda diBiccari and Linda Pistillo were two of her information personnel.

Mangaoang’s areas of concern in each of these two campaigns reflected the Party’s political spectrum: in 1985, jobs, housing, support for unions, child care, and a nuclear-free Seattle; in 1988, increased corporate taxes, clean environment and safe work places, quality education for all, punishment of instigators of racial violence and/or harassment, and economic measures designed to benefit workers.[1]

Dedication to the striking "workers at Yale-New Haven Hospital"

The May Day Supplement, page H, to the People's Weekly World May 20 2000, carried a dedication to the striking "workers at Yale-New Haven Hospital"

Signers included Eda diBiccari.

2001, Solidarity with the Charleston 5

The May Day Supplement, page C, to the People's Weekly World May 12 2001, carried a dedication from "Connecticut labor and community activists standing in solidarity with the Charleston 5"

Signers included Eda diBiccari.

Communist Party USA

In September 2006 the Peoples Weekly World[2]listed several members of the Connecticut Communist Party USA.

Alfred Marder, Art Perlo, Brian Steinberg, Dorothy Johnson, Eda diBiccari, Edie Fishman, Edward Broderick, George Fishman , Henry Lowendorf, James Barnes Jr, Joelle Fishman, Joseph Taylor, Lola Johnson, Mary Johnson, Melvin Gonzalez Mendez, Pamella Saffer, Yusuf Gursey, Sallie Caswell Thomas, Tom Connolly Reed Smith Jr .

Hartford comrades

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Win Heimer, October 14, 2016;

With Eda diBiccari, Thomas Connolly, Denise Rivest Weeks, Luther Weeks, Robert Hurvitz and Kim Caron.

Womens March

Gary Winfield January 21 2018:·

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With Thomas Connolly, Win Heimer and Eda diBiccari.

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