Charlotte Phillips

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Dr Charlotte Phillips is the partner of Oliver Fein.

New New York DSA Facebook group

Members of the New New York City Democratic Socialists of America Public Facebook Group, as of June 27, 2018 included Charlotte Phillips.[1]

Peace activism

Charlotte Phillips is the Co-Founder and current Chairperson of Brooklyn For Peace.

I am a general primary care pediatrician, and retired from clinical practice in March, 2012, after practicing for 20 years in the New York City public hospital system, where I provided continuity of care to a diverse community of patients from the African- American, Haitian, Jamaican, Latin American, West African, Middle Eastern and South Asian communities, all of which are represented in Brooklyn. I was also on the faculty of SUNY-Downstate.
I co-founded Brooklyn Parents for Peace in 1984 as a network of parents all of whom had children in the same day care center in Brooklyn. I have been involved in various ways for the past 29 years, and continue to be committed to the growth and development of Brooklyn For Peace as a non-sectarisn, non partisan, locally-based, multi-issue organization. As a pediatrician, I see war and violence as critical public health issues; as a parent and grandparent, I see the well-being and (even the existence) of future generations at stake.[2]

Feminists for Peace and Barack Obama

In early 2008 Charlotte Phillips, a pediatrician signed a petition circulated by Feminists for Peace and Barack Obama[3].

In the coming elections, it is important to remember that war and peace are as much \"women\'s issues\" as are health, the environment, and the achievement of educational and occupational equality. Because we believe that all of these concerns are not only fundamental but closely intertwined, this Tuesday we will be casting our vote for Senator Barack Obama as the Democratic nominee for President of the United States.

Campaign for Peace and Democracy

Phillips is listed as an endorser of the Campaign for Peace and Democracy, as of March 15, 2010.[4]

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