- 1 Independent Socialist League
- 2 DSOC founding convention
- 3 Democratic Socialist Organizing Committee
- 4 District 1199 Cultural Center
- 5 DSA Conference delegate
- 6 DSA vice chair
- 7 American Solidarity Movement
- 8 Paying tribute to Michael Harrington
- 9 Socialist Scholars Conference 1990
- 10 DSA Youth conference
- 11 "Dissent" magazine
- 12 References
Irving Howe was a leading US socialist.
Independent Socialist League
Prominent members of the Independent Socialist League included Hal Draper and Ann Draper, Julius Jacobson and Phyllis Jacobson, Max Shachtman, Al Glotzer, Herman Benson, Gordon Haskell, Ernest Rice McKinney, Saul Mendelson, Deborah Meier, Don Chenoweth, Sam Bottone, Joe Friedman (Carter), Paul Bernick, Jack Rader, Carl Shier, Lewis Coser, Ernest Erber, Stanley Plastrik, Irving Howe, B.J. Widick.
DSOC founding convention
The Democratic Socialist Organizing Committee founding convention Socialism'73 took place in New York City, October 12 and 13, 1973, at the Loeb Student Center, NY University and at the McAlpin Hotel. Speakers included;
- David Lewis, leader, New Democratic Party of Canada, "US economic imperialism".
- Michael Harrington
- Workshops on the unions, feminism, racial equality, Democratic Party, equality and Detente with David Selden, Rose Laub Coser, Doug Ireland, Michael Walzer, Bogdan Denitch, Christopher Lasch
- Panel on "socialism and the welfare state" with Irving Howe, Erazim Kohak, Norman Birnbaum.
Democratic Socialist Organizing Committee
Some 150 delegates and 100 observers met at Houston's Airport Holiday Inn, February 16-19, 1979, for the fourth national convention of the Democratic Socialist Organizing Committee (DSOC).
District 1199 Cultural Center
- Moe Foner, Executive Director
- Miriam Colon
- Ossie Davis
- Ruby Dee
- Madeline Gilford
- Jack Golodner
- Micki Grant
- Herbert H. Gutman
- Michael Harrington
- Patricia Hills
- Irving Howe
- Harold Leventhal
- Stanley Levison
- Harold Lewis
- Eve Merriam
- Walter Rosenblum
- John Schultz
- Brendan Sexton
- Piri Thomas
- Arthur Waldhorm
DSA Conference delegate
DSA vice chair
In 1984 Democratic Socialists of America vice chairs were Harry Britt, Ron Dellums, Dorothy Healey, Irving Howe, Frances Moore Lappe, Manning Marable, Hilda Mason, Marjorie Phyfe, Christine Riddiough, Rosemary Ruether, Edwin Vargas Jr, William Winpisinger.
American Solidarity Movement
The American Solidarity Movement was announced in early 1984 by Democratic Socialists of America, as a vehicle to support American labor unions it considered under attack, or on strike and in need of support.
Members of the Initiating Committee for an American Solidarity Movement were: Michael Harrington (convenor), Stanley Aronowitz, Balfour Brickner, Harry Britt, Harvey Cox, Rep. Ron Dellums, Bogdan Denitch, Barbara Ehrenreich, Cynthia Epstein, Jules Feiffer, Rep. Barney Frank, Msgr. George Higgins, Irving Howe, Eleanor Holmes Norton, Frances Fox Piven, Jose Rivera, Ray Rogers, Gloria Steinem, Peter Steinfels, Ellen Willis.
Paying tribute to Michael Harrington
Socialist Scholars Conference 1990
Michael Harrington as Theorist: A Critical Evaluation
- Sponsor: Dissent
- Frances Fox Piven, Political Science Graduate center CUNY
- Joanne Barkan, Democratic Socialists of America National Political Committee
- Irving Howe, Editor of Dissent
DSA Youth conference
Irving Howe was a guest speaker at the Democratic Socialists of America Youth Section 1992 conference.
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-  Newsletter of the Democratic Left, October 1973, page 6
- Information Digest March 7 1979 p 63
- District 1199 Cultural Center, Inc. letterhead 1982
- DSA Conference delegate list Oct. 12 1983 update
- DSA membership letter Oct 24 1984
- Democratic Left, Jan./Feb. 1984, page 6
- Washington Socialist, September 1989, page 16
- Second Annual Socialist Scholars Conference program.