Jane Stein

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Jane Stein is a Durham North Carolina activist.

New Party builder

New Party News Fall 1994 listed over 100 New Party activists-"some of the community leaders, organizers, retirees,, scholars, artists, parents, students, doctors, writers and other activists who are building the NP." The list included Jane Stein.

Institute for Southern Studies

In 2011, the Board members of the Institute for Southern Studies included:[1]

DataCenter Donor

In 2007 Jane Stein was listed on the DataCenter's annual report as a donor to the organization. The Oakland, California based DataCenter is widely regarded as the intellegence wing of the United States Left and has close ties to Cuba.[2]

Opposing Israeli Policy in Gaza

In January 2009 Jane Stein signed a statement circulated by the Magnes Zionist Blog, opposing Israeli policy in Gaza:[3]

As human beings, we are shocked and appalled at the mass destruction unleashed by the State of Israel against the people of Gaza in its military operation, following years of Israeli occupation, siege, and deprivation.
As progressives, we reject the same justifications for the carnage that we heard ad nauseam from the supporters of the Second Iraq War: the so-called "war on terror," the "clash of civilizations," the "need to re-establish deterrence" – all of which served to justify a misguided and unnecessary war, with disastrous consequences for America and Iraq.

Jews for a Just Peace

In 2012 Jane Stein and Marjorie Scheer were Chapel Hill, and Durham members of Jews for a Just Peace, NC. their group contributed financial support for the thoughtful ad sponsored by the Church of Reconciliation and displayed on Chapel Hill buses. The ad features an Israeli and a Palestinian saying “Join with us. Build peace with justice and equality. End U.S. military aid to Israel.”[4]

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