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"Gabe" Gabrielsky


Robert "Gabe" Gabrielsky Studied at Rutgers Univeristy - Union Leadership Accademy.

Lives in Los Angeles, California.

Socialist

Gabrielsky was a member of the Young Peoples Socialist League and later the International Socialists, leaving the organisation in 1973. Since then he has been active in various trade union and political struggles, including supporting Green Party electoral campaigns. He has also been active in Occupy Wall Street.

Statement of Solidarity with Pace SDS

Five Students for a Democratic Society New York members were arrested at Pace University, New York, on Wednesday, November 15, 2006, during a “free expression” protest.

Movement for a Democratic Society issued a support statement;

We the undersigned officers and members of Movement for a Democratic Society (MDS), denounce the actions of Pace University in regards to the planned arrest of several SDS first amendment activists on November 15, 2006 at the downtown campus. The targeting of these activists for their efforts to organize an SDS chapter at Pace is reprehensible. President David A. Caputo and the Pace administration have violated the civil rights of the student population and we join with SDS Pace in calling for David Caputo to step down now.

Endorsers of the statement included Gabe Gabrielsky of Students for a Democratic Society, Philadelphia.[1].

Campaign for Peace and Democracy

Gabrielsky is listed as an endorser of the Campaign for Peace and Democracy, as of March 15, 2010.[2]

"The Left and the 2016 Elections"

"The Left and the 2016 Elections" was sponsored by the LA branch of Solidarity: A Socialist-Feminist, Anti-racist Network

Co-sponsored by the LA branches of: Democratic Socialists of America, Socialist Party USA, Socialist Alternative.

It was held at the Peace Center, 3916 Sepulveda Blvd., Culver City, CA, Sunday 31 January 2016, and was organized by : Gabe Gabrielsky.

Panelists were Charles Fredricks from the LA chapter Democratic Socialists of America , Michael Brown from the LA Branch of the International Socialist Organization, Hannah Zuckerman from the LA Branch of Socialist Alternative, Mimi Soltysik, Socialist Party USA candidate for President of the United States and Gabe Gabrielsky from the LA Branch of Solidarity: A Socialist-Feminist, Anti-racist Network, and moderated by independent activist Sarah Mason.[3]

Those indicating attendance on Wherevent included Hannah Zucherman, Gabe Gabrielsky, Janet Ann Young, Michael Bray, Robert Pond, Michael Pugliese, Dani Radek, Michael Brown, Liz Avendano, Sarah Mason, Matt Owen, Randy Childs, Henry DeGroot, Keyanna Celina, Arturo Sernas, Hanna Renee, Yvet Jacqueline Perez Enciso, Fernando Ramirez, James Robertson, Stephen Kemp, Martabel Wasserman, Mimi Soltysik.[4]

DSA Official Anarchoprimitivist Treehouse

Members of the Democratic Socialists of America Official Anarchoprimitivist Treehouse Closed Facebook group, as of August 20, 2017 included Robert Gabrielsky.[5]

DSA-LA 2018 Local officer election results

Los Angeles Democratic Socialists of America Local officer election results released November 2017;[6]

At large officers

  • Robert Gabrielsky - not elected

Comrade

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ROBERT "GABE" GABRIELSKY Running for: Treasurer

WHAT CITY OR NEIGHBORHOOD ARE YOU IN? Highland Park

HOW LONG HAVE YOU BEEN INVOLVED WITH DSA-LA? Intermittently since its founding and regularly since 2017 WHAT ABOUT DSA MADE YOU WANT TO JOIN? The explosive growth of membership since its endorsement of Bernie Sanders for President in 2016.

WHAT COMMITTEES, WORKING GROUPS, OR ACTIVITIES HAVE YOU BEEN INVOLVED IN WITHIN DSA-LA? TELL US A LITTLE ABOUT YOUR EXPERIENCE. I have occasionally attended meetings of the Climate Justice, Electoral Politics, Healthcare, Labor, Membership and Political Education committees. My attendance at monthly membership meetings have been fairly regular. I have been an organized Socialist since 1964 when I joined the now defunct Socialist Party - Social Democratic Federation and it's youth group, the Young Peoples Socialist League (YPSL). At the same time I was a member of the Congress of Racial Equality (CORE) and the Student Peace Union (SPU). Subsequently I was a founding member of the American Socialist Organizing Committee (ASOC), the Camden Committee for Peace and Freedom, the Independent Socialist Clubs of America (ISCA) and the International Socialists (IS). In that period I was also briefly an intern for the Hat, Cap and Millinary Workers union and a member of Students for a Democratic Society (SDS). I was the branch organizer for the Camden Committee for Peace and Freedom, the Washington, D.C. Independent Socialist Club and the Central New Jersey International Socialists. At various points I have been a rank and file member of several different labor unions including the Office and Professional Workers, Teamsters, IUE, UAW, American Federation of Teachers (AFT), National Education Association (NEA) and UNITE HERE. I was an Alternate Delegate to the Citizens Party National Convention in 1980. I was an active member of the Amherst, Massachusetts based Coordinating Committee for Peace and Democracy East and West. I participated in the First National Green Gathering in 1983 where I led a workshop on independent labor, human rights and peace movements in then Communist Eastern Europe and another on Nonviolence. I am a registered Green and I have run for public office three times on the Green Party ticket. I was a shop steward in UNITE HERE Local 54. I participated in Occupy Wall Street. I was briefly a member of the International Socialist Organization (ISO). I currently hold joint memberships in the Socialist Party USA and Solidarity as well as DSA and I am branch organizer of the Los Angeles branch of Solidarity.

2019 new Steering Committee

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Here are your official candidates for the 2019 DSA -LA Steering Committee. They include nominees for the (six) At-Large Officers, Recording Secretary, Communications Coordinator and Treasurer. You can learn more about the candidates, including their candidate statements, on the DSA-LA website.

Steering Committee at-large

Recording Secretary

Communications Coordinator

Treasurer

2019 DSA-LA National Convention Delegates Candidates

DSA-LA has 47 delegate spots available and have received 69 candidate submissions. Due to the large number of candidates and slots, this ballot is using Approval Voting rather than block voting: vote for as many candidates as you feel comfortable representing DSA-LA at the convention. Voting will close on June 15th at 11:59pm. Should delegates be unable to attend the convention for any reason, they will be replaced by delegate alternates in order of votes.

Candidates included Robert Gabrielsky.

Supporting Bernie working group

In July 2019 Over 25 members in good standing of Los Angeles Democratic Socialists of America submitted a proposal to form a new working group to support Bernie Sanders' 2020 presidential primary campaign to DSA-LA’s Steering Committee by way of regular processes.

They were Kyle G., Steve Couch, Katrina Bergstrom, Marlin Medrano, Gabe Gabrielsky, Olivia Gamboa, Jorge Gamboa, Staci O’Neal-Robinson, Erin O’Neal-Robinson, Casey Ramirez, Erika Alvarez, Victor Alvarez, Alex Wolinetz, Ezra Pugh, Brandon Rey Ramirez, Simone Baptiste, Arun Ravendhran, John Seeley, Barry Eidlin, Tej Bhakta, Ryan Andrews, Eric Pierce, Jonathan Koch, Angelica Duenas, Alice Brown, Jeanna Harris, Francisco C, Robert Nelson, Marguerite “Peggy” Renner, Nancy Kim, Joshua Goodman, Amy Clark, Paloma Nafarrate, Wendy Ruiz, Charles Du.[7]

Bernie 2020 Working Group supporters

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Katrina Bergstrom July 27 2019·

DSA-LA members!

You should have received a link last night to vote for the creation of DSA-LA’s Bernie 2020 Working Group - please vote YES today!

Voting is open for one week. ... See More — with Alex Wolinetz, Amarnath Ravva, Zenaida Huerta, Angelica Duenas, Olivia Gamboa, Shawnee Badger, Wendy Fagioli Ruiz, Marlin Medrano, Bobbie McGowan, Joshua Smith, Henry Huerta, Ezra Pugh, Lisa Kendall, Jeanna Harris, Kristina Meshelski, Nick Roth, Erika Feresten, Tina Fredericks, Jeanine Rohn, Jane Demian, Frances Yasmeen Motiwalla, Andrew Swetland, Aaron Balanta Holloway, Hsingii Tseng Bird, Josh Goodman, Isaac Lieberman, Ankur Patel, Sophie Eupp, Brandon Rey Ramirez, Chris Roth, Taiji Miyagawa, Symone Baptiste, Gabe Gabrielsky, Reed Heisley-Shellaby, Rachel Miller, Jack Suria Linares, Jeremy White, Mason Mineo, Gabbi Pierce, Rebecca Prediletto, Don Ward, Mark Masaoka, Rachel Reyes, Jessica Salans, Nina Eliasoph, Francisco Cendejas, Una Lee Jost, Paul Song, Don Irwin, Chris Myers, Charles Du, Eugene Pesikov, Katrina Bleckley, Kat Valentine, Rob Quan, Jenni Chang, Tom Pike, Evan Geary and Maikiko James.

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