Michael Graham

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Michael Graham lives in Asheville, North Carolina.

National Party Building Conference

National Party Building Conference Hosted by Communist Party USA and People's World.

Saturday, November 11, 2017 at 12 PM – 6 PM EST

Join Communist Party activists and members in a national conference. You can register here https://tinyurl.com/ycdouk3y

The conference will take place November 11th to 12th to plan our work in the fight against the Trump Administration and its white supremacist ruling class backers. Find information here about how to participate. http://www.cpusa.org/2017-national-party-building-conference-resist-organize-vote-grow/

The conference will be streamed from Chicago to regional meetings in New Haven, Los Angeles, and Orlando. Whether you’re on the East Coast, West Coast, in the MIdwest or the South, you’ll be able to participate.[1]

Those invited on Facebook included Michael Graham.

Gay Space Communism Caucus

Members of the Fully Automated Luxury Gay Space Communism Caucus, DSA, members, as of June 4, 2017 included Michael Graham;[2]

Minnesota SDS

Members of the Students for a Democratic Society at the University of Minnesota Public group in 2017 included Michael Graham.

SDS

Asheville, NC - Students for a Democratic Society (SDS) gathered for an emergency demonstration at the Asheville Federal Building, May 12 to protest the May 4 U.S. air strikes in Afghanistan, killing over 130 civilians. The Obama administration has stated that they will not ban future air strikes.

Michael Graham, a member of the University of North Carolina at Asheville (UNCA) SDS said, “We oppose the U.S. occupation in Afghanistan and are greatly displeased with the plan to double the U.S. troops in Afghanistan by the end of the year. The people of Afghanistan have the right to determine what’s best for their country. People hated George W. Bush because of his wars, and what are we doing now? It's outrageous to trade one war for empire for another.”[3]

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