Motl Zelmanowicz

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Motl Zelmanowicz


Motl Zelmanowicz

Socialist international

In November 1989 the Democratic Socialists of America, delegation to the Socialist International Council meeting in Geneva consisted of [1]

Led by Bogdan Denitch, DSA's permanent representative to the Socialist International, the Democratic Socialists of America delegation to the October 1990 Socialist International meeting in New York, included DSA Honorary Chair, Cornel West, Pat Belcon, a DSA NPC member, Motl Zelmanowicz, a "DSAer active in the Jewish Labor Bund", Jo-Ann Mort, a DSA NPC member, Jack Sheinkman, president of ACTWU, NYC Commissioner of Finance, Carol O'Cleireacain, Terri Burgess, chair of the DSA youth Section, Skip Roberts, Chair of DSA's Socialist International Committee, welcomed the Council to the United States on behalf of Democratic Socialists of America.[2]

The Democratic Socialists of America delegation to the 1992 Socialist International conference in Berlin, included Bogdan Denitch, (chair), Christine Riddiough, (VP Socialist International Women), Motl Zelmanowicz, Jose LaLuz, Michael Lighty, Jo-Ann Mort and Penny Schantz.[3]

DSAers Bogdan Denitch, Christine Riddiough, and Motl Zelmanowicz attended the Socialist International Council meeting in Athens, Greece on February 9 and 10. The Council was addressed by the illegally ousted Haitian president Jean-Bertrand Aristide. [4]

DSA leader

Democratic Socialists of America Vice-Chairs in 2009 were;

Elaine Bernard, Edward Clark, Jose LaLuz, Steve Max, Harold Meyerson, Maxine Phillips, Christine Riddiough, Rosemary Ruether, Joseph Schwartz, Ruth Spitz, Motl Zelmanowicz[5].

References

  1. Democratic Left, Jan./Feb. 1990, page 11
  2. Democratic Left, November/december 1990, page 7
  3. Democratic Left, November/December 1992, page 12
  4. Democratic Left March/April 1993, page 12
  5. http://www.dsausa.org/about/structure.html