Robin Potter

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Robin B. Potter... is a Chicago lawyer (Robin Potter and Associates), and the mother of Jackson Potter and Aimee K. Potter. Former partner of the late Pete Camarata.

Ilhan Omar connection

Jackson Potter May 4 2019·


With Robin Potter and Ilhan Omar.


Kim Bobo October 23, 2018 ·


With Kim Zalent, Robin Potter, Anne Hallett and Ingrid Christiansen.

Robin Potter December 13, 2016 ·


With Kalman Resnick, John Kugler and David Orr.

Klonsky connection

Robin Potter February 27, 2016 ·


Sarasota Farmers Market — with Anne Lowry Klonsky, Caren Van Slyke and Fred Klonsky.

'70s Anti-Apartheid network

Joe Iosbaker December 5, 2013 ·

This plaque is among my most treasured possessions. Remember Nelson Mandela! Continue the struggle against apartheid in Israel! Victory to the liberation struggles of oppressed nations!


— with Dennis O'Neil, Lester Dragstedt, Lynne Adrian, Tracy Van Quaethem, Carol DeProsse, Richard Berg, Jim Potter, John A. Smith, Daniel Hughes, Mike Ascroft, Bob Hearst, Andrew Harvey, Josef Ignatious Fortier, Amy Kratz, Bob Cotter, Craig Perrin, Mike Price, Michael Turnure, Patrick Kearns, Kris Penniston, Stephanie Weiner, Judith Mentzer, Chris Iosbaker, Joe Burns, Bridgette Sheridan, Prexy Nesbitt, Tomas de Bourgha, Kit Bonson, Brenda Barton, Anne Evens, Juliet Holt Klinger, Michael Harvey, Saed Abu-Hijleh, Chip Young, John Stonebarger, Robin Potter, Barbara Ransby, Keith L. Perry, Mick Kelly, Tom Wilson, Beau Barry, Amy Smith, Lj Yanney, Richard Saks, Bruce Nestor, Hermalee Webb and Bethany McIvor.

Revolutionary Student Brigade

In 1977 Robin Potter was a member of the Revolutionary Student Brigade in Iowa City. [1]

Kent State protest


Joe Iosbaker October 15, 2017 · On my way to look up something else, I found this photo. At a protest at Kent State University in Ohio on September 23, 1977, it’s two of my my mentors: Bruce Hagemann and Robin Potter.

Association for Union Democracy

In 2008 Robin Potter was listed on the Advisory Board[2] for the Association for Union Democracy.