Suzanne Crowell

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Suzanne Crowell


Suzanne Crowell is a writer for the National Council of Jewish Women. She has been a civil rights policy analyst for the US Commission on Civil Rights and the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development[1].

Appalachian history

Suzanne Crowell is the author[2]of the Appalachian People's History Book. Text by Crowell, with contributions from Joy Fenson, Karen Bolte-Mulloy and poems by Don West. Mountain Education Associates and Southern Conference Educational Fund, Louisville, KY. 1970?

DSA Conference delegate

In 1983 Suzanne Crowell was a District of Columbia, Maryland delegate to the Democratic Socialists of America conference in New York City, October 14-16, 1983[3]

DC DSA local

The DC/MD/Northern VA. Democratic Socialists of America local's annual meeting, held June 16, 1990 elected a new Executive Board consisting of Bill Mosley, Chair; Loretta Schuman and Peter Nixon, Vice-Chairs; Richard Bruning, Membership Secretary; Lisa Dowden, Treasurer; David Bryden, Arnie Chien, Suzanne Crowell and Krista Schneider, At-Large members. Board members selected as representatives of committees were Pleasant Mann, Publications Committee; and Joe Slater, Labor Committee.[4]

DSA Racial Diversity Task Force

In 1992 Suzanne Crowell was a member of the Democratic Socialists of America Racial Diversity Task Force - charged with finding ways of recruiting (and retaining) more "people of color" into the organization[5].

Institute for Policy Studies

In 1993 Suzanne Crowell was listed among "former fellows, project co-ordinators and staff" of the Institute for Policy Studies, Washington DC.[6]

DSA

In 1994 Suzanne Crowell, Washington DC was a member of the Democratic Socialists of America Steering Committee[7].

Democratic Left

In 1996 Suzanne Crowell served on the Editorial Board of Democratic Socialists of America magazine, Democratic Left.[8]

4th Amendment Fund

In 2002 Suzanne Crowell was a DSA member in Washington, DC, and a member of the steering committee of the Fund for the Fourth Amendment[9].

References

  1. http://www.ncjw.org/insider/client/index.cfm/2009/4/7/From-the-Archives-NCJW-and-the-Pursuit-of-Economic-Justice
  2. http://www.bolerium.com/cgi-bin/bol48/74068.html
  3. DSA Conference delegate list Oct. 12 1983 update
  4. Washington Socialist. July 1990, page 1
  5. Memorandum, Steve tarzynski-May 26, 1992
  6. Institute for Policy Studies 30th Anniversary brochure
  7. email from C Riddiough to S Tarzynski Dec 9 1994
  8. [Dem. Left, Nov./Dec. 1996]
  9. Democratic Left • Spring 2002