Elaine Lantz

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Elaine Lantz

Elaine Lantz... joined the National Organization of Legal Service Workers (a division of the United Auto Workers)staff as an organizer in April 2000.

She has been a UAW member since 1980 when she worked as a machinist in an aerospace plant. During that tenure, she worked on contract action committees and was the Chairperson of the Women's Committee. She was the main named plaintiff in a class action lawsuit on sexual discrimination, which ultimately won $1.5 million for the women workers at the plant.

Elaine Lantz was laid off from the aerospace plant in the early 1990's and became a bankruptcy paralegal before joining the NOLSW staff. She is active politically in many progressive causes.[1]

Friends and comrades

Gene Lantz birthday party.

Gene Lantz· September 26 2019·


With Ada French-Goring, Mark York, Kenneth Stretcher, Charlotte Connelly, Annette French, Annette French, Elaine Lantz, Barbara Williams, Kenneth Williams, Kenneth Williams, Sheri Soltes, Lorraine Birabil, Gene Lantz, Anne Hagan, Lonnie Morgan and Hobie Hukill.

Birthday greetings to Gus Hall

The following contributors to the World 1996 Fund Drive sent birthday greetings to Gus Hall, national chair, Communist Party USA. People's Weekly World, 21 December, 1996 - Elaine Lantz.

Communist Party USA

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

Andrea Greimel, Andy Sivak, Brad J, Celia Joanna Stanford, Elaine Lantz, Gene Lantz, Francisco Paco Cantu, Frank Valdez , Sheila Valdez, Hernando Martinez, Jaime Martinez, John Stanford, Paul Hill, Richard Pressman, Stewart Minor.

Jobs with Justice

In 2009 Elaine Lantz was North Texas contact for Jobs with Justice.[3]

Mother's Day for Joanna Stanford

2009 Mother's Day Greetings and Love to the multi-talented Joanna Stanford — now in hospice care — whose life has combined love of family with distribution of the People's Weekly World and predecessor papers, and with the struggle for a world of peace, justice, freedom, art, dance, dolls and handicrafts.

Signatories included Gene Lantz and Elaine Lantz.[4]

Endorsed Marc Veasey

Democratic Precinct Chair Elaine Lantz, and her husband Gene Lantz, both involved with the Communist Party USA, endorsed Marc Veasey in his 2012 run for Congress.[5]