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In 2009 [[Jerry Morris]] was [[Oregon]] State contact for the [[Alliance for Retired Americans]].<ref>[http://www.retiredamericans.org/ht/d/sp/i/340/pid/340 Alliance for Retired Americans contacts]</ref> [[Category: Alliance for Retired Americans]]
 
In 2009 [[Jerry Morris]] was [[Oregon]] State contact for the [[Alliance for Retired Americans]].<ref>[http://www.retiredamericans.org/ht/d/sp/i/340/pid/340 Alliance for Retired Americans contacts]</ref> [[Category: Alliance for Retired Americans]]
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=="Special May Day Greetings, 1989"==
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From the "Special May Day Greetings, 1989" issue of the "People's Daily World" (PDW), Section B, we read the following: "Tucson's progressive community congratulates the PDW on its anniversary and sends May Day greetings to all our friends across the country. The need to struggle against nuclear holocaust, to preserve a liveable and pleasant environment on our planet, and to bring peace, justice and economic well-being to all humanity is now more apparent than ever. Join us to make a better world."
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Most signatories were members of the [[Arizona District Communist Party USA]].Signatories included '''{{PAGENAME}}'''.
  
 
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Latest revision as of 02:14, 14 September 2019

Jerry Morris...

Southern New Mexico New Progressives

Southern New Mexico New Progressives May 18 2019·

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Left to right: John Gilkison, from Electric Vehicle Organization of Southern New Mexico; Antoinette Reyes, Southern New Mexico New Progressives co-chair; Tim Curtin, secretary for the Green Party of New Mexico; Abraham Sanchez, organizer for CAFé; Jerry Morris, representing the Adelante Progressive Caucus; Mark Wood, representing Democratic Socialists of America; and Viann Beadle, representing Indivisible LAS CRUCES.

Alliance for Retired Americans

In 2009 Jerry Morris was Oregon State contact for the Alliance for Retired Americans.[1]

"Special May Day Greetings, 1989"

From the "Special May Day Greetings, 1989" issue of the "People's Daily World" (PDW), Section B, we read the following: "Tucson's progressive community congratulates the PDW on its anniversary and sends May Day greetings to all our friends across the country. The need to struggle against nuclear holocaust, to preserve a liveable and pleasant environment on our planet, and to bring peace, justice and economic well-being to all humanity is now more apparent than ever. Join us to make a better world."

Most signatories were members of the Arizona District Communist Party USA.Signatories included Jerry Morris.

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