Steve Oliver

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Steve Oliver

Health activist

In 1991, Steve Oliver was a Democratic Socialists of America NYC Heath Care Task force coordinator.[1]

NYC DSA Steering Committee

In 1993 Steve Oliver was publications secretary of the New York Democratic Socialists of America Steering Committee.[2]

Democratic Socialists of America

In 1994, Oliver of Brooklyn was a member of the Democratic Socialists of America Steering Committee.[3]

In 2001 Steve Oliver was chair of New York City Democratic Socialists of America[4].

Health broadcasting

In 2003, long-time NY DSA Chair Steve Oliver produced the award-winning Health Care on the Air, a volunteer- run monthly cable show.[5]

Convention delegate

Steve Oliver was a New York Democratic Socialists of America delegate to the DSA 2015 National Convention.[6]

New Yorkers for Bernie

Jill Greenberg April 9, 2016

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Welcome home, Bernie Sanders! New York, New York, it's a helluva town, the Bronx is up and the Battery's down ... Help Canvass & Win New York for Bernie! bernie.to/NYCanvass

  1. NYforBernie #WFP4Bernie #NYLabor4Bernie — with Darius Khalil Gordon, Raybblin Vargas, Gili Getz, Lillian Gorman, Rachel Eve Stein, Arlene Geiger, Miriam Rabban, Mindy Rosier, Phillip Anderson, Joe Dinkin, Javier Anderson, Andrew C. White, Rafael Shimunov, Ian Williams, Elena Hermanson, Susan M. Dooha, Karla Fisk, Moumita Ahmed, Andi Dier, Flora Ichiou Huang, Caleb-Michael Files, Dave Handy, Charles Lenchner, Jon E. Dominos, Owen Crowley, Sam Himmelstein, Kristina Andreotta, Daniel Millstone, Heidi Siegfried, Glenn Oldhoff, Maria Svart, Sam Massol, Nadya Stevens, Winnie Wong, Akiko Ichikawa, Peter Hogness, Mark L. Hannay, David Unger, Jeffrey Gold, Emiljana Ulaj, Alice Fisher, Katherine Brezler, Josh Siegel, Steve Oliver and Candice Fortin.

References

  1. Democratic Left, Jan./Feb. 1991, page 9
  2. Dem. Left, Sept./October 1993, page 22
  3. email from C Riddiough to S Tarzynski Dec 9 1994
  4. New York Democratic Socialist May 2001, page 1
  5. Dem. Left Fall 2003
  6. [1]