Tami Gold

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Tami Gold


Tami Gold is a New York City activist, film maker and academic. She is the mother of Amilca Palmer.

Elena Schwolsky-Fitch connection

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Elena Schwolsky-Fitch is a long time friend of Tami Gold.

Radical wedding

Ajay Singh Chaudhary September 8, 2017 · ·

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With Heather Booth, Paul Booth, Tami Gold, Audrey Sasson, Jeyn Levison and Dove Kent at Governors Island.

Feminists for Peace and Barack Obama

In early 2008 Tami Gold, of Hunter College signed a petition circulated by Feminists for Peace and Barack Obama[1].

In the coming elections, it is important to remember that war and peace are as much \"women\'s issues\" as are health, the environment, and the achievement of educational and occupational equality. Because we believe that all of these concerns are not only fundamental but closely intertwined, this Tuesday we will be casting our vote for Senator Barack Obama as the Democratic nominee for President of the United States.

How Class Works

The "How Class Works - 2008" conference held at Stony Brook, New York, June 5 - 7, 2008, Center for Study of Working Class Life, proposed speakers list included: Sam Anderson, Catherine-Mercedes Brillantes Judge, Pedro Caban, Fuat Ercan, Claudia Fegan, Bill Fletcher, Jr., Tami Gold, Elizabeth Hoffman, Sara Jarayaman, Stathis Kouvelakis, Sherry Linkon, Meizhu Lui, Manning Marable, Jack Metzgar, Nelson Motto, Manny Ness, Bertell Ollman, Jeff Perry, Catherine Pouzoulet, David Roediger, Andrew Ross, John Russo, Vinny Tirelli, Michelle Tokarczyk, Richard Trumka and Joe Wilson.

Conference organiser was Michael Zweig Director, Center for Study of Working Class Life, Department of Economics State University of New York ,Stony Brook, NY[2].

Open Letter to Obama on Iran

In 2008 Tami Gold, Filmmaker/Professor Hunter College, New York signed an online petition “A Open Letter to Barack Obama on Iran”.[3]

"For a movement that unites us"

Activists organizing against cuts and tuition hikes at New York City's Hunter College issue an open letter calling for respect and freedom of expression. March 9, 2010

Hunter College students march to the citywide rally for the March 4 Day of Action (SW)Hunter College students march to the citywide rally for the March 4 Day of Action (SW)

With Love and Respect,

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