Mark Belkin

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Mark Belkin

Template:TOCnestleft Mark Belkin is Director of Field Services American Federation of Teachers, Colorado[1].

U.S. Peace Council sponsor

In 1979 Mark Belkin , Michigan State University School of Labor & Industrial Relations, was listed as a founding sponsor of the Communist Party USA front, the U.S. Peace Council.[2]

1980s U.S. Peace Council Executive Board

Mark Belkn was an Executive Board member of the Communist Party USA dominated U.S. Peace Council[3] 1983-1985-from Denver, Colorado.

Democratic Convention

Denver chapter members Mark Belkin, Sara Jackson, and Randall Kuhn with Rep. Timothy J. Ryan (D-OH) (second from right).

In 2008 Brit Tzedek (Jewish Alliance for Justice and Peace) was represented at the Democratic National Convention by a Denver chapter delegation -- Mark Belkin, Rabbi Stephen Booth-Nadav, Les Canges, Sara Jackson, and Randall Kuhn. They attended a number of events, several at the invitation of the National Jewish Democratic Council. These included:

  • Middle East Policy and Jewish Community Outreach Discussion
  • Reception and cocktail party for Jewish Democratic members of Congress
  • "Can the Next President Make the Middle East Irrelevant?" - a panel/discussion sponsored by the New American Foundation
  • Square Table Discussion on "Practicing Politics with Jewish Values"
  • Reception hosted by JStreet[4].
"This was an important opportunity for Brit Tzedek to make its presence known and to build relationships in a more personal way."
Mark Belkin, Lakewood, CO

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