Steve Clark

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Steve Clark


Steve Clark was a member of the Communist Workers Party, in the mid 1980s, in Columbus Ohio, with his wife Debbie Clark. [1] Now lives in Washington DC.

He is the father of activist Jamie Clark.

Education

After the "Greensboro massacre"

Immediately after the gunfight, a dozen men were arrested for first-degree murder arid/or conspiracy to commit murder. Three more were arrested during the following investigation. Of these, seven voluntarily stated they were members of the Ku Klux Klan and three more said they were members of the National Socialist Party.

Communist Workers Party members and supporters arrested for possession of weapons and other charges included a group of fifteen persons from Philadelphia who had traveled as part of a 25-car caravan for the "Death to the Klan" march. These included Jody Ansell , Daniel Bartoletti, Christine Chin, Howard Chin, Steve Clark, Joseph E. Cook, Jr., Robert Dohey, David W. Fay, Carl Foushee, Lawrence Goode, Fred Gumminger, Phyllis Jones, Jerome Ludder, Hollis McCoy and Olphiand Ortega.

A second group of CWP activists had traveled to Greensboro from Durham. Those from the Durham group arrested included Leonard Briggs, Thomas Clark, Frank Cuthbertson, Francis Davis, Charles Finch, Gershon Gell, Christopher Lewis and Gregory Plante.[2]

Expert Red

In 1985, Steve Clark, Ohio, was a contributor to The Expert Red, Feb. 1985, the newspaper of the Communist Workers Party "intended for party members, and friends only".[3]

References

  1. Documents in Preparation for the Third Party Congress Vol. VII. No. 4 National Bulletin}
  2. Red Tide Rising in the Carolinas
  3. [The Expert Red]], Feb. 1985]