Will Jones

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Will Jones

Template:TOCnestleft Will P. Jones was a North Carolina academic and activist. He is a history professor at the University of Wisconsin, Madison. He is a historian of the 20th Century United States, with a particular interest in race, class and work. Jones has written books on African American industrial workers in the Jim Crow South and the March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom in 1963.

Portside crew

The entire Portside crew 2021.

Judy Atkins, Mark Brody, Peter Carroll, Barry Cohen, David Cohen, Ira Cohen, Jeannette Ferrary, Marti Garza, Greg Heires, Michael Hirsch, Geoffrey Jacques, Timothy V. Johnson, Will Jones, Maureen LaMar, Stephanie Luce, Ray Markey, Leanna Noble, John P. Pittman, Natalie Reuss, Nan Rubin, Meredith Schafer, Jay Schaffner, Kurt Stand, Ethan Young.[1]

CoC

In 1998 Jeff Jones was a member of the Carolina Socialist Forum, Internationalist Books and Freedom Road Socialist Organization. His colleague Will Jones was a member of the Carolina Socialist Forum and the Committees of Correspondence. They were both graduate students in history at UNC.[2]

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