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(New page: ==Links to Democratic Socialists of America== In 1988, Alderman Allan Streeter served on the Board of Directors<ref>PROCAN meeting notification letter April 27 1988</ref>of PROCAN (Pr...)
 
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Mid 1990s Hon. Allan Streeter was listed<ref>Undated Friends of Alice Palmer membership list. Harold Washington papers</ref>as a member of [[Friends of Alice Palmer]] (in formation), alongside [[Danny K Davis]], [[Tony Rezko]], [[Timuel Black]] and [[Barack Obama]].
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==Links to Democratic Socialists of America==
 
==Links to Democratic Socialists of America==
  
In 1988, Alderman Allan Streeter served on the Board of Directors<ref>PROCAN meeting notification letter April 27 1988</ref>of [[PROCAN]] (Progressive Chicago Area Network), an oganization which included several prominent [[Democratic Socialists of America]] members, including Alderman [[Danny K Davis]], [[Roberta Lynch]] and Dr [[Ron Sable]].
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In 1988, Alderman Allan Streeter served on the Board of Directors<ref>PROCAN meeting notification letter April 27 1988</ref>of [[PROCAN]] (Progressive Chicago Area Network), an organization which included several prominent [[Democratic Socialists of America]] members, including Alderman [[Danny K Davis]], [[Roberta Lynch]] and Dr [[Ron Sable]].
  
 
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Revision as of 08:43, 17 July 2009

Mid 1990s Hon. Allan Streeter was listed[1]as a member of Friends of Alice Palmer (in formation), alongside Danny K Davis, Tony Rezko, Timuel Black and Barack Obama.

Links to Democratic Socialists of America

In 1988, Alderman Allan Streeter served on the Board of Directors[2]of PROCAN (Progressive Chicago Area Network), an organization which included several prominent Democratic Socialists of America members, including Alderman Danny K Davis, Roberta Lynch and Dr Ron Sable.

References

  1. Undated Friends of Alice Palmer membership list. Harold Washington papers
  2. PROCAN meeting notification letter April 27 1988