Vicki Alexander

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Vicki Alexander

Vicki Alexander MD... lives in Berkeley.


UCSF medical school in the 1960s.


In the 1980s Vicki Alexander worked at Harlem Hospital.

1987 Rainbow conference/Board

At the 1987 National Rainbow convention in Raleigh North Carolina, a new board was elected, which included Vicki Alexander.

Frontline Forum

Frontline October 26 1987

Four participants in the recent Rainbow Coalition convention held a Frontline Forum in New York. 29th October "Jesse Jackson, and '88: what's at stake?".


In 1987 Vicki Alexander was a member of the National Council of the Alliance Against Women's Oppression.[1]

Frontline Forum 2

Frontline December 1988

Leslie Cagan National Committee for Independent Political Action, Shakoor Aljuwani Democratic Socialists of America Afro-American Commission, , Vicki Alexander Line of March, Bill Ryan Guardian took part in a Frontline Forum December 1, 1988 in New York "The 1988 Elections:Lessons for the Future."

Line of March

Frontline, December 1, 1988

In 1988 Vicki Alexander was co-chair of the Rainbow Coalition Women's Commission and a spokesman for Line of March.

CoC National Conference endorser

In 1992 Vicki Alexander MD, Center for Constitutional Rights, New York,, endorsed the Committees of Correspondence national conference Conference on Perspectives for Democracy and Socialism in the 90s held at Berkeley California July 17-19.[2]


In the mid 1990s Vicki Alexander was[3]a contributing editor of Oakland based Institute for Social and Economic Studies- sponsor of CrossRoads magazine, which sought to promote dialogue and building new alliances among progressives and leftists... and to bring diverse Marxist and socialist traditions to bear while exploring new strategies and directions for the progressive political movements.

"Movement work"

Eric Mar July 23, 2017 ·

With Caitlin Dunklee, Genoveva Islas, Shelley Means and Vicki Alexander at Hilton Oakland Airport Hotel.[4]


I esp liked Vickie Alexander & Cathi Tactaquin 's reflections on their movement work. Cathy, reflecting on her 45+ years, incl from '73-87 with KDP (Union of Democratic Filipinos) to her urgent life/death work with global migrants and refugees through the NNIRR, urged us to strive to: 1) serve the people; 2) practice a 'mass line' (from the masses, to the masses); and 3) support mass-based grassroots organizing groups because of the inherent political limitations of 501c3 non-profit groups. — with Catherine Tactaquin, Le Tim Ly and Vicki Alexander at Hilton Oakland Airport Hotel.


  1. [Frontline June 8 1987]
  2. CCDS Background
  3. Crossroads March 1996
  4. [1]