Roger Blacklow

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Roger Blacklow

Roger Blacklow is an Adjunct Professor at National Labor College, Washington DC. he was previously with the Mail Handlers Union.[1]

Roger Blacklow graduated from Syracuse University with a BA in Political Science and earned his master's degree in Public Administration (with honors) from National Labor College in 2002 at age 57. He worked on Capitol Hill for seven years and was involved with AFL-CIO campaigns for several decades, both organizing and political. His past positions include Legislative and Political Director for National Postal Mail Handlers Union; Legislative Assistant and grassroots political director for Laborers International Union; Legislative Assistant and grassroots director for National Association of Letter Carriers. He has taught at NLC since 2007.[2]

National Fight Back Conference

Roger Blacklow was a DC delegate to the October League's December 1975 "National Fight Back Conference" in Chicago.

Communist Workers Party

An April 11, 1985 list of was found in the Communist Workers Party papers in the Tamiment Library New York. It included the phrase "membership status" after each name, indicating that it as a CWP membership list.

Those named included Roger Blacklow.