SCCWP - Support of Individual Communists

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Sponsors of the Scientific and Cultural Conference for World Peace who Supported Individual Communists, as listed in the Review of the Scientific and Cultural Conference for World Peace which was published by the Committee on Un-American Activities, U.S. House of Representatives, Washington, D.C., on April 19, 1949.[1]

The following is a list of communists, and below each, a list of sponsors of the SCCWP who supported them - often as members of groups specifically set up for them.

Israel Amter

Citizens Committee for Amter

Committee for I. Amter's Candidacy

Ella Reeve Bloor (Mother)

Mother Bloor Banquet

Held Jan. 24, 1936

Mother Bloor birthday celebration

Held in 1937

Mother Bloor seventy-fifth birthday celebration

Mother Bloor's eighty-fifth birthday banquet

Held Jan. 24, 1936

Joseph R. Brodsky

Earl Browder

The following were signers of a protest against ban on Browder speech October 17, 1936:

Provisional Committee to free Earl Browder, 1941

National Free Browder Congress, 1942

Citizens committee to free Earl Browder, 1942

Committee of Professional Groups for Browder and Ford, 1936

James Ford

Committee of Professional Groups for Browder and Ford, 1936

League of Professional Groups for Foster and Ford

William Z. Foster

League of Professional Groups for Foster and Ford

Sam Darcy

The following were signatories of an appeal on behalf of Darcy issued by the National Federation for Constitutional Liberties in 1940:

Schneiderman-Darcy defense committee

William Schneiderman

Schneiderman-Darcy defense committee

Benjamin J. Davis

Committee for the reelection of Davis

Committee for the reelection of Benjamin J. Davis, Communist, 1945

Citizens Committee for Robert Thompson and Benjamin J. Davis

Robert Thompson

Civil Rights Congress protest on attack on Robert Thompson

Citizens Committee for Robert Thompson and Benjamin J. Davis

Signer of telegram in behalf of Robert Thompson

Eugene Dennis

Civil Rights Congress, meeting defending Dennis, 1947

Signer of protest against prosecution of Dennis June 8, 1947

Georgi Dimitrov

General Secretary, Communist International

Reichstag Fire Trial Anniversary Committee

declaration honoring Dimitrov, 1943

Gerhart Eisler

American Committee for the Protection of Foreign Born

Participated in supporting Eisler

Civil Rights Congress

Participated in supporting Eisler

International Workers Order

Participated in supporting Eisler

Hanns Eisler

Signer of Petition to Attorney General Clerk in behalf of Hanns Eisler

Signer of Protest against deportation of Hanns Eisler

Manolis Glezos

Greek Communist

Signer of telegram protesting sentence against Manolis Glezos

William Gropper

Participants in Gropper celebration, 1939

Simon Gerson

Citizens Committee to Defend Representative Government

Supporting seating of Gerson, Communist, 1948

Statement to mayor and city council in behalf of Simon Gerson

February 16, 1948

League of American Writers

'The following members of the League of American Writers signed a petition, 1938, supporting Gerson

Citizens Committee for the Election of Simon W. Gerson, 1948

Gerson supporters, 1938

Leon Josephson

Appeal to President Truman in behalf of Leon Josephson, 1948

Civil Rights Congress

Statement supporting Josephson, 1948

International Workers Order, meeting defending Josephson

Mikhail Kalatozv

Soviet film representative

National Council of American-Soviet Friendship

Supported Kalatozv

La Rue McCormick

Communist candidate, California

Oscar Niemeyer

Brazilian Communist

Letter protesting ban on entrance of Oscar Niemeyer, 1948

Pablo Neruda

Chilean Communist

Committee of 102 writers and artists-protest arrest of Neruda

John Reed

John Reed Clubs

John Reed Club School

Morris Schapees

Schappes Defense Committee

Plea Pardon for Morris Schappes

Ferdinand Smith

National Maritime Union Women's Auxiliary dance for Ferdinand Smith

Dinner for Ferdinand Smith, 1944

Francis Thompson

Coordinating Committee on Civil Liberties

Statement in support, January 19, 1948

Don West

Committee to Defend Don West, 1947

Support of Individual Communists, Miscellaneous

Defense of arrested and indicted Communist leaders, 1948-49

Civil Rights Congress

Participated in activities in support of Communist leaders

Independent Progressive Party

Attacked arrest of Communist Party leaders

Signer of Statement attacking arrest of Communist Party leaders, August 23, 1948

"Statement by Negro Americans"

Sponsored by the following in behalf of arrested Communist Party leaders

Statement urging dismissal of charges against Communist Party leaders

Signatories, November 6, 1948

Petition in behalf of Communist Party leaders

Signatories, November 6, 1948

Statement in behalf of 12 Communist leaders

Signatories, November 22, 1948

Statement in behalf of Communist Party leaders

Signatories, January 17, 1949

Protests against procedure in Communist Party leaders' trial

February 20, 1949

Committee for Free Political Advocacy

Signatories of letter in defense of Communist Party leaders

References

  1. Review of the Scientific and Cultural Conference for World Peace by the Committee on Un-American Activities, U.S. House of Representatives, Washington, D.C., April 19, 1949