Alice Embree grew up in Austin and was one of the early Students for a Democratic Society members at the University of Texas.
New American Movement
In 1981, Doug Kellner, Nancy Collins, Jim Simonds, Alice Embree, Carlos Lowrey, Frances Barton, Lynn Lorette, Mike Klineman, MaryAnn Wizard, Brady Coleman, Chris Cunningham, Tony Ingliss, Ian Ingliss, Renato Espinoza, Loretto Espinoza, Al Watkins, Phillip Russell, Walter Dressler, Bob Russell, Ray Reece, Rita Starpattern, Ann Clark, Betsy Timm, Dick Leveridge, Larry Waterhouse, Ken Carpenter, Sue Messerole, Dave Mahler, Susie Ramsey, Ed Cervenka and Paul Gottlieb of the Austin, TX Chapter of the New American Movement congratulated NAM,
- Congratulations campadres! - from deep in the heart of Texas.
In the late sixties Embree did research for the North American Committee on Latin America and also worked with the RAT newspaper in New York. She still lives in Austin and is active in anti-war, union, and women’s issues.