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Vote NO on Nixon/Williams

OP-ED: Vote NO on Nixon/Williams was circulated to New York Democratic Socialists of America members in July 2018.

We ask that you vote “no” on endorsing Cynthia Nixon and Williams. If you agree with the case we’ve laid out here, please consider signing on to this letter at

Signatories included Joe Wilson.

Center for Political Education

In 2001 Joe Wilson of the Coleman Advocates for Youth; Conny Ford of OPEIU and Local 3; Lillian Galedo of Filipinos for Affirmative Action; Lamoin Werlein-Jaen of HERE and Local 2; Steve Williams of People Organized to Win Employment Rights and gave talks entitled: "Building Labor and Community Partnerships: Potential and Pitfalls." The classes were held at the San Francisco based Center for Political Education, an organization closely associated with the Committees of Correspondence for Democracy and Socialism.[1]

How Class Works

The "How Class Works - 2008" conference held at Stony Brook, New York, June 5 - 7, 2008, Center for Study of Working Class Life, proposed speakers list included: Sam Anderson, Catherine-Mercedes Brillantes Judge, Pedro Caban, Fuat Ercan, Claudia Fegan, Bill Fletcher Jr, Tami Gold, Elizabeth Hoffman, Sara Jarayaman, Stathis Kouvelakis, Sherry Linkon, Meizhu Lui, Manning Marable, Jack Metzgar, Nelson Motto, Manny Ness, Bertell Ollman, Jeff Perry, Catherine Pouzoulet, David Roediger, Andrew Ross, John Russo, Vinny Tirelli, Michelle Tokarczyk, Richard Trumka and Joe Wilson.

Conference organiser was Michael Zweig Director, Center for Study of Working Class Life, Department of Economics State University of New York ,Stony Brook, NY[2].

Center for the Study of Working Class Life

In 2009 Joe Wilson, Director, Graduate Center for Worker Education, Brooklyn College, CUNY served as an Academic on the Advisory board for the Center for the Study of Working Class Life[3].

In These Times

As of 2009 Joe Wilson was a member of the Editorial Board of Chicago based socialist journal In These Times.[4]