Sarah Sloan

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Sarah Sloan

Tallahassee PSL Cadre

Party for Socialism and Liberation - Tallahassee, February 6, 2014.

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Greetings from Party for Socialism and Liberation - Tallahassee! — with Dave Yarbrough, Rebecca Ah Kruegs, Brian Becker, Bryan Ellis, Sarah Sloan, Sean A. Blackmon and Eric Patterson.

Host of Support Palestine in DC 2017! (Official)

Don Bryant is listed as a host of a Facebook event titled "Support Palestine in DC 2017! (Official)."[1] Other hosts are Abbas Hamideh, Brian Becker, Sarah Sloan, Abbas Bazzi, Faaiza Amna Hameed and Robert Martin.

The Facebook invitation reads:

"Support Palestine! Protest AIPAC! #SupportPalestineInDC2017
Al-Awda, The Palestine Right To Return and our co-organizer, ANSWER COALITION will once again spearhead this National Rally to Support Palestine in DC 2017! This rally will start at The White House with thousands of people from across the nation and around the world and ending up in front of AIPAC's annual convention! AIPAC is the primary organization lobbying to continue the brutal illegal occupation of Palestine for over 68 years. We must protest to end this outrageous lobby that ultimately supports the oppression and ethnic cleansing of the Palestinian people! Please come out and support the Palestinian people in their noble struggle to be free! End AIPAC! End the illegal occupation of Palestine from the River to the Sea!"

National Conference on Socialism

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The Party for Socialism and Liberation held a National Conference on Socialism, December 6-7, 2008 in Los Angeles, CA.

The International Solidarity Session was chaired by Ena Valladares (Los Angeles), Kerbie Joseph (New York City), and Javier Lavoe (New York City) and featured a presentation by former U.S. Attorney General Ramsey Clark.

Speaking on the plenary were;

Statements were read by Jennifer Zaldana from the Communist Party of Cuba (PCC), Communist Party of the Peoples of Spain (PCPE), and the People’s Socialist Party of Mexico (PPSD).[2]

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