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In 2009, Dave Ivers was member of [[Democratic Socialists of America]] in Detroit<ref>http://talkingunion.wordpress.com/2010/02/21/detroit-area-progressives-push-back/#more-5484</ref>.
 
In 2009, Dave Ivers was member of [[Democratic Socialists of America]] in Detroit<ref>http://talkingunion.wordpress.com/2010/02/21/detroit-area-progressives-push-back/#more-5484</ref>.
  
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==Detroit-area progressives push back==
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[[Eric Ebel]],  a Michigan [[Democratic Socialists of America]]  member wrote a report "Detroit-area progressives push back" for DSA labor blog [[Talking Union]] on a February 18 2010 Detroit anti Tea Party rally<ref>[http://talkingunion.wordpress.com/2010/02/21/detroit-area-progressives-push-back/#more-5484 Detroit-area progressives push back  February 21, 2010 by dsalaborblogmoderator, by Eric Ebel]</ref>
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:''The progressive Democratic community of the Detroit metro area met to answer the Tea Baggers at a “Call for Action” rally on the evening of February 18. Some 325 people attended the rally, which was held in the United Food and Commercial Workers hall in Madison Heights and sponsored by a wide spectrum of groups, from DSA on the left to [[Organizing for America]], a political arm of the Obama administration, on the “right.” [[John Freeman]], the moderator, made a point of singling out the DSA to praise for its support.''
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:''The rally concentrated on five policy areas: immigration reform, clean energy, peace, health-care reform, and jobs. In addition to representatives of the groups pushing these reforms — among them DSA members [[Al Fishman]] and [[Dave Ivers]] — the rally was addressed by two members of Congress, Reps. [[Sander Levin]] (our senator’s older brother) and [[John Conyers]].
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Revision as of 21:13, 7 January 2011

DSA member

In 2009, Dave Ivers was member of Democratic Socialists of America in Detroit[1].

Detroit-area progressives push back

Eric Ebel, a Michigan Democratic Socialists of America member wrote a report "Detroit-area progressives push back" for DSA labor blog Talking Union on a February 18 2010 Detroit anti Tea Party rally[2]

The progressive Democratic community of the Detroit metro area met to answer the Tea Baggers at a “Call for Action” rally on the evening of February 18. Some 325 people attended the rally, which was held in the United Food and Commercial Workers hall in Madison Heights and sponsored by a wide spectrum of groups, from DSA on the left to Organizing for America, a political arm of the Obama administration, on the “right.” John Freeman, the moderator, made a point of singling out the DSA to praise for its support.
The rally concentrated on five policy areas: immigration reform, clean energy, peace, health-care reform, and jobs. In addition to representatives of the groups pushing these reforms — among them DSA members Al Fishman and Dave Ivers — the rally was addressed by two members of Congress, Reps. Sander Levin (our senator’s older brother) and John Conyers.

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