Sandra Lindberg

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Sandra Lindberg is an activist in Bloomington, Illinois. She is a member of Solidarity’s Ecosocialism Working Group and a member of System Change Not Climate Change.[1]

She took early retirement from Illinois Wesleyan University in 2013 where she had been an Associate Professor of Theatre Arts for 15 years. A first-generation US citizen with parents who emigrated from Sweden in 1954, Sandra has long thought of herself as a socialist, as did her parents. Activist work focuses on anti-nuclear efforts, anti-fracking efforts, as well as actions that develop a sense of how environmentalism and social justice issues are intertwined. Having recently read Maroon the Implacable, by Russell Maroon Shoatz, she tells us: “I am energized by the development of his thinking. As Maroon suggests, I now try to do one thing every day that makes me uncomfortable or is unfamiliar—good advice!”

Democratic Socialists of Macon and Logan County FB group


Democratic Socialists of Macon and Logan County closed FB group July 2019. Admins

Old and New Project supporters

Old and New Project supporters, circa 2015, Kali Akuno, Pete Dolack, Ezra Engel-Di Mauro, Daniel Doyle, Mike Frank, David Keil, Sandra Lindberg, Matt Meyer, Lee Miscere, Bryan Olamo, Linda Thompson, Takuma Umoja, Rene Valdez, Gene Warren, Jr..[2] .[3]