Mike Parker

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Mike Parker... is a longtime socialist and union activist. He’s a member of East Bay Democratic Socialists of America based in Richmond, California, and has been a leader of the Richmond Progressive Alliance. In 2014, he ran for mayor of Richmond as part of an RPA slate that included Gayle McLaughlin, Jovanka Beckles, and Eduardo Martinez for Council. He is author of Democracy is Power published by Labor Notes.[1]

Former member of Students for a Democratic Society.

East Bay Bread & Roses slate 2019

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East Bay Democratic Socialists of America Bread & Roses slate for delegates to DSA National Convention.

Mary Virginia Watson, Luke Thibault, Ashley K.I. Payne, Megan Svoboda, Matt Stone, Will Shattuc, Shane Ruiz, Andrew Richner, Frances Reade, Johnny Pearson, Mike Parker, Robbie Nelson, Richard Murphy, Sean Murphy, Jack McShane, Ari Marcantonio, Richard Marcantonio, Max Lapides, Hannah Klein, Abigail Gutmann-Gonzalez, Charlie Herron, Emma Gagliardi, Mark Gabriel, Nick French, Hannah Ehrlinspiel, Keith Brower Brown, Graham Denevan, Dan Deck, Meagan Day, Annika Bastacky, Molly Armstrong, Adam Bradley, Sandy Barnard.

International Socialists

Intellectual heavies of the International Socialists, were people like Kim Moody, Mike Parker, Joel Geier, Sy Landy and Joanne Landy.[2]

Labor Notes

In 2009 Mike Parker, retired UAW 1700 member, Labor Notes author, Bay Area was a member of the Labor Notes policy committee[3].

Labor for Our Revolution leaders

Labor for Our Revolution April 6;

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More than 50 union leaders participated in the Labor for Our Revolution national meeting in Chicago. — with Clem Balanoff, Gene Bruskin, Matthew Graham, David W. Campbell, David Duhalde, Peter Hart, Tony Flora, Brenda Bosworth Rodrigues, Carey Dall, Penelope Jennewein, Joe Lawrence, Gene Elk, Dana Simon, Mark Dudzic, Kenneth Zinn, Zachary Pattin, Mike Parker, Kyle Machado, Peter Knowlton, Donna DeWitt, Brian Skiffington, Peter Olney, Jared Hicks, Marcelle Grair, Steve Early, Al Cholger and Erin McKee.

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