Halli Lehrer

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Halli Lehrer

New American Movement

In 1980, the three editors of New American Movement magazine Moving On, were Bill Barclay, Rick Kunnes and Halli Lehrer[1].

In 1980 Halli Lehrer, Chicago, was a delegate to the December 12-14 Chicago, National Council meeting of the New American Movement[2].

In 1981 the NAM national interim committee consisted of;

Bill Barclay (PC), Laura Berg (Portland NAM), Holly Graff (PC), John Haer (Pittsburgh NAM), Rick Kunnes (PC), Halli Lehrer (Chicago Northside NAM), Christine Riddiough (Blazing Star NAM), Glenn Scott (Austin NAM), and Steve Tarzynski (Los Angelos NAM), Robert Shaffer (New York NAM).[3]

New American Movement 10th convention

In 1981 Halli Lehrer, NIC; Anne Hill, Cleveland NAM and SEIU; Ruth Jordan, DSOC National Executive Committee and CLUW and John Haer, NIC and SEIU spoke on a mini-plenary entitled Building an Alliance Between the Labor Movement and the Women's Movement at the 10th Convention of the New American Movement. The convention was held in a union headquarters in Chicago and ran from July 29 - August 2, 1981.[4]

DSA Labor Commission

In 1982 the Democratic Socialists of America Labor Commission, was co-chaired by:[5]

References

  1. Moving On Feb/March 1980 p 2
  2. NAM National Council meeting notice Dec 12 1980
  3. NAM Discussion Bulletin No 5, Spring 81, page 1o
  4. NAM 10th Convention Agenda, July 29, 1981
  5. DSA Keylist newsletter, July 1982