Rev. Clyde Grubbs...presides over the Throop Memorial Unitarian Church in Pasadena.
WEB DuBois Clubs of America
In 2013, Clyde Grubbs was listed a a friend on the DuBois Clubs Facebook page.
Clyde Grubbs has been involved in "anti-racism" work for many years;
- The first anti oppressive collective, I belonged to was a group of men working to overcome patriarchal ways of being. We didn't have a trainer, but there was plenty of literature on patriarchy available, and yes, lots of women had published their observations of ways in which men's behavior was oppressive. We could be open and honest about our lives, and share with each other why we wanted to change.
- Later I was part of a group of men who identified as Native Americans. We were from different traditions and none of us shared a common "tribe." We lived in Boston, and we knew that we could not be Indians alone. We also knew that we had work to do as men in relationship to being true to our heritage. Every man in that weekly conversation (that went on for over a year) agreed that male supremacy was not compatible with the way of our ancestors, and that patriarchy had been learned from our conquerors.
Visit to Baku
Baku KOMMUNIST in Azeri on 8 December 1984 carries on page 2 a 100-word Azerinform report on the visit of an American Communist Party delegation to Baku. The delegation was headed by Clyde Grubbs.
The delegation visited the 50th Anniversary of the Azerbaijan Komsomol machine- building factory, the manuscript collection of the AzSSR Academy of Sciences and the historical architectural complex in the Inner City. "R.A. Mehdiyev, secretary of the AzCP Central Committee, received the delegation
Communist Party dissidents
On November 15-16 1991, 30 dissident members of the National Committee of the Communist Party USA convened a meeting to "sign a statement of events" - most or all signatories were soon to break with the party and were later to form Committees of Correspondence.
The signatories included Clyde Grubbs, Massachusetts;
Communist Party reformer
In 1991, Clyde Grubbs, Massachusetts, was one of several hundred Communist Party USA members to sign the a paper "An initiative to Unite and Renew the Party" - most signatories left the Party after the December 1991 conference to found Committees of Correspondence.