Carol Lambiase

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Carol Lambiase

Carol Lambiase is a Connecticut activist. A 25 year veteran of servicing and organizing the Rank-and-File, Carol Lambiase is the UE Education Director and International Representative coordinating outreach to Independent Unions. She has developed numerous workshops and training programs used at the district and local levels. Based in Connecticut, she continues to function as a member of the UE National Office Staff. She was an integral part of developing the ground-breaking solidarity pact between UE and CILU/CIPU, and continues to coordinate the militant struggles of the newly affiliated UE Local 222-CILU/CIPU to revitalize the labor movement in the state of Connecticut.[1]

Hartford comrades

Birthday Party for Win Heimer December 31, 2018 ·


Singing a tribute in a parody of Good King Wenceslaus...with lyrics by Ruth Tulin Cion — with Ruth Tulin Cion, Eda diBiccari, Lori Fernand, Victoria Barrera and Carol Vinick.

Paula Zeiner, Carol Lambiase, Bill Shortell[2] and Clark Peters were also at the event.[3]

Communist Party reformer

In 1991 Carol L, Connecticut 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.[4]

Conference on Perspectives for Democracy and Socialism in the 90s

The Conference on Perspectives for Democracy and Socialism in the 90s was the Committees of Correspondence's first national conference held in Berkeley, California July 17-19, 1992.[5]

Workshops that were held at the conference on Saturday, July 18 included:[6]

Class Consciousness How can the left help develop a revitalized, democratic, class-conscious labor movement?

Committees of Correspondence

At the Committees of Correspondence conference, Berkeley California, July 17-19, 1992, Lambiase was a candidate[7]for the CoC National Coordinating Committee-Hartford Connecticut UE and CoC labor network activist.

In 1997 Carol Lambiase served on the National Co-Ordinating Committee of the Committees of Correspondence.[8]

Anti-nuke march

On Sunday, April 26, UE Young Activists and other UE members participated with thousands of other people in a march in New York City for a nuclear-free, just, and sustainable world. This year is the 70th anniversary of the atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, Japan. The United Nations holds a conference to review the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty every five years, since the treaty went into effect in 1970.

UE Young Activists who participated in these event were Gary DeLuke, Local 170; Kathleen Coonrod, Local 203; Ryan Macdonald, Local 234; Autumn Martinez, Local 255; Emma Paradis, Local 255; Naomi Grayck, Local 255; Cettina Costagliola, Local 255; Charity Dugener, Local 267; Lyndsey O’Day, national office administrative assistant; and Margo Nikitas, associate general counsel. Other UE participants were Director of Organization Bob Kingsley; Northeast Region President Peter Knowlton; General Executive Board Member Marie Lausch of Local 222; International Strategies Director Leah Fried; Field Organizer Chad McGinnis; and retired International Reps. Carol Lambiase and Leanna Noble.[9]


  1. Officers & Staff Info Connecticut UE local 222
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  4. Addendum to Initiative document
  5. Conference program
  6. Proceedings of the Committees of Correspondence Conference: Perspectives for Democracy and Socialism in the '90s booklet, printed by CoC in NY, Sept. 1992 (Price: $4)
  7. CoC official ballot paper
  8. CoC Corresponder November 1996/January 1997 Page 2
  9. UE and Zenroren March Against Nuclear Weapons 28 April, 2015