Dianne Feeley

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Rainbow Coaliton pamphlet

"The Rainbow and the Democratic Party— New Politics or Old?: A Socialist Perspective A Solidarity Pamphlet" edited by Joanna Misnik April 1988.

This Solidarity pamphlet was edited by Joanna Misnik, with contributions from David Finkel, Roger Horowitz, Kim Moody, Dianne Feeley and Robert Brenner.

Technical editor: Nancy Gruber. First Printed in April 1988.

Against the Current

In 2009 Dianne Feeley was listed as an editor of Against the Current, bi-monthly analytical journal of U.S. Trotskyite organization Solidarity .[1]

"Meltdown and Recovery in Detroit: The Economic Collapse and a People's Plan for Recovery"

On May 23, 2009, together with The Nation magazine and other organizations, the Institute for Policy Studies helped convene a panel discussion on the effects of the economic crisis in Detroit. "Meltdown and Recovery in Detroit: The Economic Collapse and a People's Plan for Recovery" was an historic gathering of local Detroit activists and national progressive leaders, all offering their perspectives on what caused the economic crisis, how it was affecting Detroit, and what changes need to be made to recover from it.

Moderated by John Nichols and with Congressman John Conyers as keynote speaker, the panel featured Barbara Ehrenreich, Robert Pollin, Grace Lee Boggs, JoAnn Watson, Elena Herrada, and Dianne Feeley.[2]

Solidarity

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Dianne Feeley is a member of Solidarity in Detroit.

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