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Socialist Scholars Conference

Jo-Ann Mort, Democratic Socialists of America, James Weinstein, Editor, In These Times, Chris Owens, Chair, Paul Robeson Independent Democrats, Steve Max, Midwest Academy and L. Donelle Gladwin, DSA Youth Section were speakers on the The 92' Presidential Election: What's a Democratic Socialist To Do? panel sponsored by the Democratic Socialists of America at the Tenth Annual Socialist Scholars Conference. The conference was held April 24-26, 1992 at the Borough of Manhattan Community College, New York City.[1]

Support from Democratic Socialists of America

In 2006 Chris Owens received $250 from the Democratic Socialists of America Political Action Committee for his campaign as Democrats candidate for the New york seat in the U.S. Congress primary.[2]

In 2006 DSA has also endorsed in two House races, supporting Chris Owens’ bid to take retiring DSA member Major Owens’ Brooklyn seat in Congress and "DSAer and Congressmember Danny Davis" in his bid for re-election in Chicago.[3]

Leading with Love

Leading with Love was an event to celebrate 5 years of the Marxist led National Domestic Workers Alliance. It was held in Washington DC, DC, November 14, 2012.

Members of the Host Committee included Chris Owens.[4]

Celebration of African-American culture and struggle

February 24 2013 14:00 - February 24 2013 16:00, At the Henry Winston Unity Hall, 235 W. 23rd Street, between 7th and 8th Avenues.

The majority voted against racism-unity is the mandate! "We are not going back!"

150 years since the signing of Emancipation Proclamation and 50 years since the great 1963 March on Washington.

Participants; Kahil Almustara, Amiri Baraka & Amina Baraka, People's Chorus, Pearl Granat, Chris Owens, Maria Ramos, Jarvis Tyner.[5]

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