Larry Daves

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Larry Daves

Larry Daves is an Administrator at Colorado Legal Services, Pueblo, Colorado.

Voter registration

Larry Daves went with small group of recent University of Texas Law School students first went to Nacogdoches in the early 1970s to assist voter registration efforts in Black communities.[1]

Fuerza Unida

In 1990, Daves' unsuccessfully represented Mexican American women workers who lost their jobs and organized as Fuerza Unida when Levi's closed its San Antonio plant.[2]

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.[3]

Workshops that were held at the conference on Saturday, July 18 included:[4]

Strategy 1 What is an effective strategy? Responding to monopoly capital in the era of the permanent replacements (strikes, in-shop actions, community alliances, internation solidarity)

Tribute to San Antonio communists

The People's Weekly World of May 20, 2000, carried a May Day Supplement. On page B, San Antonio activists paid tribute to contributors to the "worker's cause" - all Communist Party USA members Emma Tenayuca (1916-1999), John Inman (1896-1996), Manuela Soliz Sager (1911-1996), James Sager (1902-1979), Luisa Moreno (1906-1992).

Signatories included Larry Daves.

Anti-army coalition

In the 2000s Daves work withed the Pinon Canyon Expansion Opposition Coalition as it resisted U.S. Army plans to turn much of Southeastern Colorado into a training area for a ground war against China.[5]

Lon Robertson, President of the Pinon Canyon Expansion Opposition Coalition and Larry Daves, attorney for the PCEOC spoke at the Left Hand Bookstore, Monday April 9, 2007 to discuss the ongoing grassroots campaign to stop the U.S. Army's expansion of the Pinon Canyon Maneuver Site. Left Hand Books is located at 1200 Pearl St., Boulder.[6]