National Anti-Imperialist Conference in Solidarity With African Liberation
Al Dortch of SCLC, Los Angeles, California was named as a sponsor of the Communist Party USA dominated National Anti-Imperialist Conference in Solidarity With African Liberation held at Dunbar Vocational High School, Martin Luther King Drive, Chicago, October 19 to 21 1973.
On June 3, 1975, Coalition for Economic Survival honored Rep. Parren Mitchell, at a banquet at the Airport Hyatt Inn, Los Angeles. Mitchell was being honored because of his Transfer Amendment - which would redirect several billion from military to social spending.
CES chair Rev. Al Dortch presided. Sharing the podium with Mitchell were William Robertson, exec secretary of the Los Angeles Federation of Labor, and Humberto Comacho of the United Electrical Workers.
Ruth Yanatta, newly elected Santa Monica councilor and CES founder, was also an honored guest.
Assemblywomen Maxine Waters also presented an award from the state legislative black caucus, to Mitchell and CES.
- ↑ National Anti-Imperialist Conference in Solidarity With African Liberation - Partial list of sponsors
- ↑ [Peoples World Southwest, May 26, 1975, page 2]