Robert Traynham

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Robert Traynham is a Boston, Massachusetts activist.

Black history meeting

Boston forum. Seated: Miya Campbell and Yves Alcindor. Wearing 'Wanted' T-shirt: Clemencia Lee. Back row: Dorotea Manuela, co-chair of Rosa Parks Day committee; Robert Traynham, Monica Moorehead and Tony Van Der Meer

A broad range of working class and oppressed people from across New England celebrated Black history month in a public meeting sponsored by the Boston chapter of Workers World Party on Feb. 18 2006.

Robert Traynham of the Steelworkers local 8751 bus drivers union, chaired and opened the meeting entitled, “Katrina, Imperialist War & the Struggle for Black Liberation,”

Clemencia Lee, co-director of the Cultural Cafe, an independent alternative cultural venue of art and politics and site of the meeting, welcomed participants who packed a gallery room adorned with African-Latin@ diaspora art.[1]