Jack Lieberman

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Jack Lieberman was a South Florida activist for social justice, died on Aug.30 2020 of COVID-19 at age 70 after being hospitalized for several weeks. As a college student at Florida State University in the late 1960s, Jack was known as "Radical Jack," where he became a member of the Students for a Democratic Society with Rick Johnson (now a Tallahassee lawyer) and was expelled from FSU for teaching a course on revolutionary politics.[1]

Labor Community Alliance

In 2020 Jen Perelman was endorsed by the Labor Community Alliance of South Florida.

Jen Perelman August 30 2020

I am so saddened about Jack Lieberman. There will be a huge hole in South Florida's progressive and labor communities. I am committed to always speaking truth to power and fighting for labor. Jack was always a supporter. He always had my back. Rest in Power dear man. 💔

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Labor Community Alliance of South Florida — with Michael Hepburn and Michael Martinez, Yadira Escobar, Jack Lieberman, Carolina Ampudia, Joe Kreps, Lorenzo Canizares, Alina Valdes.

"United front against Trump"

Tomas Kennedy December 8, 2016 ·

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Meeting today to organize a united front against Trump. Our communities are building power. — with Badili Ifadoyin Jones-Goodhope, Bud Conlin, Jorge Bautista, Gregory Saint-Jean, Lorenzo Canizares, Victor Nieto, Julian Ospina, Ksen Go, Richard Quincoces and Jack Lieberman at The South Florida AFL-CIO.

Miami Peoples Climate March

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Cece Lia circulated an October 9, 2016 meme about the Miami Peoples Climate March

PLEASE SHARE: Join us for the People’s Climate March October 23rd at 1:00! http://bit.ly/miamipcm16 #ResilientMiami #PeoplesClimate #ActOnClimate — with Sam Van Leer, Rachel Collins, Drey Aradanas, Bruce Stanley, Glo Ruiz, Danielle Steele, Cynthia Selene Hernandez, Tomas Kennedy, Gladys Harlow, Natalia Arias, Jack Lieberman, Zelalem Negussie, Gabriel Garcia-Vera, Pablo Terraza, Becca Pelham, Camilo Mejia, Sarah Younger, Michelle Allen, David McDougal, Umi Selah, Andrea Nunez, Jason Dilan, Andrea Going Green, Elizabeth Marie Taveras, Pete Gonzalez, Kaydrianne Young and Alex Rosales.

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