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==US Peace Council==
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As at March, 1982, the following took active roles in the [[Communist Party USA]] initiated [[U.S. Peace Council]] - founding, speaking or listed as workshop leaders:<ref>War Called Peace</ref>
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*[[Mark Shanahan]], [[CNFMP]]
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*[[Sarah Staggs]], [[Chicago Peace Council]]
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*Rep. [[Irving Stolberg]], Connecticut
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*[[David Cortright]], [[SANE]]
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*Rev. [[William Hogan]], [[Clergy and Laity Concerned]]
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*[[Terry Provance]], [[AFSC]]
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*[[Michael Myerson]], executive director - a long-time functionary of the New York State [[Communist Party USA]].
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*[[Erica Foldy]], [[CNFMP]]
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*[[Frank Chapman]], [[AFSC]]
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*[[Archie Singham]], [[The Nation]], editorial board
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*[[Betsy Sweet]], [[WILPF]]
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*Rep. [[Saundra Graham]], Massachusetts
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*[[Miriam Friedlander]] and [[Gilberto Gerena-Valentin]], New York City Council members
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*[[Edwin Vargas, Jr.]], vice president, [[Connecticut Federation of Teachers]], Hartford, Connecticut
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[[Category:U.S. Peace Council]]
  
 
==Socialist Scholars Conference 1990==
 
==Socialist Scholars Conference 1990==
The [[Socialist Scholars Conference 1990]], held September 6-8, at the Hotel Commodore, New York, included panels such as:<ref>Second Annual Socialist Scholars Conference program.</ref>
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The {{#switchtablink:1990|Socialist Scholars Conference 1990|Socialist Scholars Conference}}, held September 6-8, at the Hotel Commodore, New York, included panels such as:<ref>Second Annual Socialist Scholars Conference program.</ref>
  
 
'''The Impact of Changes in Eastern Europe on the Economics and Political Movements in Africa and Latin America'''
 
'''The Impact of Changes in Eastern Europe on the Economics and Political Movements in Africa and Latin America'''
 
*[[Archie Singham]], Political Science, CUNY Graduate Center
 
*[[Archie Singham]], Political Science, CUNY Graduate Center
*[[Gerald Horne]], Black Studies , University of California SB
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*[[Gerald Horne]], Black Studies, University of California SB
*[[Tim Hector]], Chair, Antigua Caribbean Liberation Movement
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*[[Tim Hector]], Chair, [[Antigua Caribbean Liberation Movement]]
  
 
==References==
 
==References==
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[[Category:Socialist Scholars Conference 1990]]
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Latest revision as of 01:43, 14 July 2010

Archie Singham

US Peace Council

As at March, 1982, the following took active roles in the Communist Party USA initiated U.S. Peace Council - founding, speaking or listed as workshop leaders:[1]

Socialist Scholars Conference 1990

The Socialist Scholars Conference 1990, held September 6-8, at the Hotel Commodore, New York, included panels such as:[2]

The Impact of Changes in Eastern Europe on the Economics and Political Movements in Africa and Latin America

References

  1. War Called Peace
  2. Second Annual Socialist Scholars Conference program.