Jay W. Walker

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Jay W. Walker



Jay W. Walker is on the steering committee of the New York chapter of REFUSE FASCISM. He is described by co-initiator Sunsara Taylor as a "leader" of REFUSE FASCISM.[1]

REFUSE FASCISM is a project of the Revolutionary Communist Party.

New York Times

Sunsara Taylor tweets about Jay W. Walker's appearance in an image at the New York Times
Jay W. Walker appeared in an image highlighted by the New York Times in an article critical of President Donald Trump's healthcare policy.[2]

Townhall Meeting with Congressman Jerrold Nadler

According to a post at REFUSE FASCISM's website, Jay W. Walker prompted Congressman Jerrold Nadler to refer to President Donald Trump as a "fascist." From their article:

"The news is reporting that Congressman Jerrold Nadler called Trump a fascist. REFUSE FASCISM made this happen...
Shout out to Jay W. Walker for posing this sharp question at last week’s Town Hall. Nadler agrees Trump is fascist, but then questions the efficacy of using the word. We agree with Jay, to not call Trump a fascist is to mince words and normalize fascism."[3],[4]

"Teach In" about Fascism

Teach In: Fascism in America, Could It Happen Here? Is it Happening Here?

Jay W. Walker was a speaker at a REFUSE FASCISM event called "Fascism in America: Can It Happen Here? Is It Happening Here? What is the Danger the Trump/Pence Government Poses?" The event was held in New York City on April 27th, 2017 at the Church of The Village.[5]

Other Speakers

Jay W. Walker was a speaker at a REFUSE FASCISM event called "Fascism in America: Can It Happen Here? Is It Happening Here? What is the Danger the Trump/Pence Government Poses?"

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