Millie Cleveland

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Millie Cleveland

Supporting Nikki

Nikki Fortunato Bas 4 Oakland April 21, 2018.

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With Mari Rose Taruc, Gabriel Haaland, Millie Cleveland, Brad Erickson, Nikki Fortunato Bas, Jessamyn Sabbag, Dashiel Johnson, Kimi Lee, Jahmese Kathleen Myres and Isaiah Toney.

Remembering Karega

Karega Hart died May 3 2014 in Oakland, CA., after a years-long battle with slowly worsening multiple sclerosis. He was 63. A tribute read by his granddaughter Ashli Hart at his memorial service noted, “While still in his teens, Karega became a lifelong fighter for African liberation, workers’ rights and power, women’s equality, reparations and socialism.”

“While deeply committed to the struggle for Black liberation, Karega taught us that the struggle for racial equality had to be tied to the class struggle,” said Millie Cleveland in a tribute from SEIU Local 1021, where Karega served for a decade as Education and Training Director.

Conference on Perspectives for Democracy and Socialism in the 90s

The Conference on Perspectives for Democracy and Socialism in the 90s was the Committees of Correspondence's first national conference held in Berkeley, California July 17-19, 1992.[1]

Workshops that were held at the conference on Saturday, July 18 included:[2]

Social Crisis The growing social crisis - Urban and rural. How should the left view the problem of crime, delinquency and drugs? Is there a way to halt the destruction of communities?

Oakland Alliance comrades

Nicole Deane November 10, 2015:

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Carroll and Millie are Oakland Alliance coordinating committee members, and Jack is a loyal comrade. Thank you for all you do! — with Carroll Fife, Jack Bryson and Millie Cleveland.

References

  1. Conference program
  2. Proceedings of the Committees of Correspondence Conference: Perspectives for Democracy and Socialism in the '90s booklet, printed by CoC in NY, Sept. 1992 (Price: $4)