Kim Moody

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Kim Moody was a founding member of Solidarity and a co-director of Labor Notes. He now lives in the U.K.

International Socialists

Intellectual heavies of the International Socialists, were people like Kim Moody, Mike Parker, Joel Geier, Sy Landy and Joanne Landy.[1]

History of Labor Notes

Labor Notes was founded in 1979, just as the attack on the American working class was about to shift into high gear. The three founders – Jane Slaughter, Kim Moody and Jim West – were members of the International Socialists.[2]

"Labor's New Sources of Leverage"

"Labor's New Sources of Leverage" was a panel at Labor Notes conference 2018.

Where’s our economy headed? What new organizing opportunities are there for labor in the 21st-century economy? What vulnerabilities in globalization can workers exploit to win concessions from companies—and possibly win even more profound changes?


Rainbow Coaliton pamphlet

"The Rainbow and the Democratic Party— New Politics or Old?: A Socialist Perspective A Solidarity Pamphlet" edited by Joanna Misnik April 1988.

This Solidarity pamphlet was edited by Joanna Misnik, with contributions from David Finkel, Roger Horowitz, Kim Moody, Dianne Feeley and Robert Brenner.

Technical editor: Nancy Gruber. First Printed in April 1988.

Socialist Scholars Conference 1990

The Socialist Scholars Conference 1990, held September 6-8, at the Hotel Commodore, New York, included panels such as:[4]

New Directions for the Labor Movement: Rankand File Fightbacks In the Labor Movement

Socialist Scholars Conference 1992

Katherine Kanzanas, New School for Social Research; Anwar Shaikh, New School for Social Research and Kim Moody, Labor Notes, Solidarity were speakers on the Left Perspectives on the North American Free Trade Act panel sponsored by Against the Current at the Tenth Annual Socialist Scholars Conference. The conference was held April 24-26, 1992 at the Borough of Manhattan Community College, New York City.[5]

New Directions for the Labor Movement: Rankand File Fightbacks In the Labor Movement

Center for Labor Renewal

In 2009 Kim Moody was listed as an endorser of the Center for Labor Renewal[6].

New Politics

As of 2009 Kim Moody served as a sponsor of New Politics, magazine almost completely staffed and run by members of Democratic Socialists of America[7].


  1. Workers Liberty The heart of the “third camp” Submitted by Matthew on 9 May, 2012
  2. [ Redline “The beating heart of the labor movement”: report on the 2018 Labor Notes conference Posted: April 15, 2018]
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  4. Second Annual Socialist Scholars Conference program.
  5. SSE Tenth Annual Conference Program, 1992