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Democratic Agenda

More than 1,200 people attended the Democratic Socialist Organizing Committee initiated Democratic Agenda Conference held November 16-18, 1979, at the International Inn and Metropolitan AM Church in Washington 1 DC. The conference focused on "corporate power'; as the key barrier to "economic and political democracy," concepts many Democratic Agenda participants defined as "socialism.'

The Democratic Agenda meetings attempted to develop anti-corporate alternatives" through influencing the direction of the Democratic Party during the period leading to the July 1980 Democratic National Convention in New York.

Workshops included "Fighting Corporations from the Inside" - Randy Barber, Mark Green, Ray Rogers - .[1]

American Solidarity Movement

The American Solidarity Movement was announced in early 1984 by Democratic Socialists of America, as a vehicle to support American labor unions it considered under attack, or on strike and in need of support.

Members of the Initiating Committee for an American Solidarity Movement were: Michael Harrington (convenor), Stanley Aronowitz, Balfour Brickner, Harry Britt, Harvey Cox, Rep. Ron Dellums, Bogdan Denitch, Barbara Ehrenreich, Cynthia Epstein, Jules Feiffer, Rep. Barney Frank, Msgr. George Higgins, Irving Howe, Eleanor Holmes Norton, Frances Fox Piven, Jose Rivera, Ray Rogers, Gloria Steinem, Peter Steinfels, Ellen Willis.[2]

Association for Union Democracy

In 2008 Ray Rogers was listed on the Advisory Board[3] for the Association for Union Democracy.

South Brooklyn DSA Official Closed Group

Members of the South Brooklyn Democratic Socialists of America Official Closed Facebook Group, as of June 17, 2018 included Ray Rogers.[4]

Creative Comrades (NYC-DSA Media)

Members of Creative Comrades (New York City Democratic Socialists of America ) Closed Facebook Group, as of June 16, 2018 included Ray Rogers..[5]

References

  1. Information Digest, December 14, 1979, page 370/371
  2. Democratic Left, Jan./Feb. 1984, page 6
  3. http://www.uniondemocracy.org/Home/aboutaud.htm#staff
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