Victoria Missick

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Victoria Missick passed away 2013, at the age of 64.


Vicky was a student at Brooklyn College in the 60s when she joined the W.E.B.DuBois Clubs on the campus.

She played an instrumental role in the founding of the Young Workers Liberation League in 1970, and was the first chairwoman of the New York State Section of the League. Later she became the national student secretary of the YWLL and was part of the national staff of the organization for a number of years. Vicky was a staff writer for the Daily World, and later People's Daily World.

Later Vicky became a teacher in the New York City school system, and an educational designer. She had a tremendous love for history, - African American history, New York history, and especially Brooklyn history. After retirement, she joined and sang with the New York City Labor Chorus. There is a great cameo of Victoria in the recent film, "Free Angela and All Political Prisoners"[1]

WEB DuBois Clubs of America

In 2014, Victoria Missick was listed a a friend on the DuBois Clubs Facebook page.[2]

Conference on Perspectives for Democracy and Socialism in the 90s

The Conference on Perspectives for Democracy and Socialism in the 90s was the Committees of Correspondence's first national conference held in Berkeley, California July 17-19, 1992.[3]

Workshops that were held at the conference on Saturday, July 18 included:[4]

Electoral What should be the place of electoral activity on the left's agenda? What would be an effective strategy for this year, the 90s and beyond?


  1. [1]
  2. FB friends page
  3. Conference program
  4. Proceedings of the Committees of Correspondence Conference: Perspectives for Democracy and Socialism in the '90s booklet, printed by CoC in NY, Sept. 1992 (Price: $4)