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==We're at a crossroads==
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On Tuesday June 30 2020.
  
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We're at a crossroads. Social movements on the left and the right are on the move, in the midst of a global pandemic, an unrelenting economic crisis, the threat of ecological collapse, and growing attention to the institutional brutalities committed against Black people. The Trump administration is steering the U.S. towards a precipice, doubling down on white supremacy and the aggressive protection of capital. The left, with all of its gains over the past several years, is wrestling with how to orient to the 2020 electoral races in general and the Biden candidacy in particular.
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Join the [[Left Inside/Outside Project]] and [[Organizing Upgrade]] in a discussion with radical electoral organizers [[Sendolo Diaminah]] of The [[Carolina Federation]], [[Kristian Hernandez]] of [[Democratic Socialists of America]], and [[Sochie Nnaemeka]] of [[Working Families Party]] to take stock of the rapidly shifting political terrain and how it should inform the left's electoral strategy.
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Co-sponsored by CCDS, CPUSA, [[LeftRoots]], [[Liberation Road]], and the [[People's Advocacy Institute]].
 
==WFP==
 
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In 2019 [[Sochie Nnaemeka]] became head of the New York [[Working Families Party]].
 
In 2019 [[Sochie Nnaemeka]] became head of the New York [[Working Families Party]].
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In September 2019  '''{{PAGENAME}}''' [[CPD Action]] was one of 100 black leaders, many affiliated with [[Liberation Road]] who signed [[A letter from the movement to the movement]] defending [[Maurice Moe Mitchell]] and [[Nelini Stamp]] of the [[Working Families Party]] for endorsing [[Elizabeth Warren]] instead of [[Bernie Sanders]] for the [[Democratic Party]] presidential nomination.
 
In September 2019  '''{{PAGENAME}}''' [[CPD Action]] was one of 100 black leaders, many affiliated with [[Liberation Road]] who signed [[A letter from the movement to the movement]] defending [[Maurice Moe Mitchell]] and [[Nelini Stamp]] of the [[Working Families Party]] for endorsing [[Elizabeth Warren]] instead of [[Bernie Sanders]] for the [[Democratic Party]] presidential nomination.
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==References==
 
==References==
 
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Latest revision as of 11:51, 29 June 2020


Sochie Nnaemeka

We're at a crossroads

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On Tuesday June 30 2020.

We're at a crossroads. Social movements on the left and the right are on the move, in the midst of a global pandemic, an unrelenting economic crisis, the threat of ecological collapse, and growing attention to the institutional brutalities committed against Black people. The Trump administration is steering the U.S. towards a precipice, doubling down on white supremacy and the aggressive protection of capital. The left, with all of its gains over the past several years, is wrestling with how to orient to the 2020 electoral races in general and the Biden candidacy in particular.

Join the Left Inside/Outside Project and Organizing Upgrade in a discussion with radical electoral organizers Sendolo Diaminah of The Carolina Federation, Kristian Hernandez of Democratic Socialists of America, and Sochie Nnaemeka of Working Families Party to take stock of the rapidly shifting political terrain and how it should inform the left's electoral strategy.

Co-sponsored by CCDS, CPUSA, LeftRoots, Liberation Road, and the People's Advocacy Institute.

WFP

In 2019 Sochie Nnaemeka became head of the New York Working Families Party.

"A letter from the movement to the movement'

In September 2019 Sochie Nnaemeka CPD Action was one of 100 black leaders, many affiliated with Liberation Road who signed A letter from the movement to the movement defending Maurice Moe Mitchell and Nelini Stamp of the Working Families Party for endorsing Elizabeth Warren instead of Bernie Sanders for the Democratic Party presidential nomination.

References