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==Claude Lightfoot Reception==
 
==Claude Lightfoot Reception==
 
 
A partial list of sponsors for a January 19, 1973 Reception in Chicago for [[Communist Party USA]] leader [[Claude Lightfoot]] included;   
 
A partial list of sponsors for a January 19, 1973 Reception in Chicago for [[Communist Party USA]] leader [[Claude Lightfoot]] included;   
  
 
[[Linda Appelhans]], [[Margaret Appelhans]], [[Arnold Becchetti]], [[Leon Beverly]], [[Richard Criley]], Reverend [[Martin Deppe]], [[Ishmael Flory]], [[Frances Gabow]], [[Ben Green]],  [[Bill Hampton]], Father[[John Hill]], Mrs. [[Christine Johnson]], [[Jack Kling]], Attorney [[Max Maiman]], [[Margaret Palmer]], [[John Pappademos]], [[Ted Pearson]], [[A. A. Rayner, Jr.]], [[Harold Rogers]], [[Norman Roth]], Attorney [[Irving Steinberg]], [[Gil Terry]],  [[Robbylee Terry]], [[Charles Wilson]] and [[Sylvia Woods]]<ref>Full text of "The nationwide drive against law enforcement intelligence operations : hearing before the Subcommittee to Investigate the Administration of the Internal Security Act and Other Internal Security Laws of the Committee on the Judiciary, United States Senate, Ninety-fourth Congress, first session</ref>.  
 
[[Linda Appelhans]], [[Margaret Appelhans]], [[Arnold Becchetti]], [[Leon Beverly]], [[Richard Criley]], Reverend [[Martin Deppe]], [[Ishmael Flory]], [[Frances Gabow]], [[Ben Green]],  [[Bill Hampton]], Father[[John Hill]], Mrs. [[Christine Johnson]], [[Jack Kling]], Attorney [[Max Maiman]], [[Margaret Palmer]], [[John Pappademos]], [[Ted Pearson]], [[A. A. Rayner, Jr.]], [[Harold Rogers]], [[Norman Roth]], Attorney [[Irving Steinberg]], [[Gil Terry]],  [[Robbylee Terry]], [[Charles Wilson]] and [[Sylvia Woods]]<ref>Full text of "The nationwide drive against law enforcement intelligence operations : hearing before the Subcommittee to Investigate the Administration of the Internal Security Act and Other Internal Security Laws of the Committee on the Judiciary, United States Senate, Ninety-fourth Congress, first session</ref>.  
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==Ishmael Flory tribute==
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Illinois [[Communist Party USA]] leader Ishmael Flory was honored at [[Malcolm X College]] in Chicago, September 29, 1991, by more than 100 guests.
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[[Margaret Burroughs]], a board member of the Chicago Park District MCed the event.
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"Ishmael Flory is a man for all seasons...He never gives up", said State Senator [[Alice Palmer]].
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Alderman [[Jesus Garcia]] of Chicago's 22nd ward cited Flory's role in fostering African-American and Latino unity , and in building multi-racial coalitions for social progress.
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Prof. [[Robert Starks]] of the [[Free South Africa Movement]] said "Ishmael has never failed to compliment me on my speeches, but at the same time he has never failed to pull me aside afterwards, too point out how I could have been a little more "progressive."
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Tributes came from [[Communist Party USA]] chairman [[Gus Hal]]l and Illinois organizational secretary [[Mark Almberg]].
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Other speakers included [[Crystal Bujol]] for the Flory family, long time friend [[Christine Johnson]], [[Jack Spiegel]] of the [[Amalgamated Clothing Workers Union]], [[Ronelle Mustin]], peace activist [[Sarah Staggs]], [[Harold Rogers]], who brought greetings from Rep. [[Charles Hayes]], [[Gerry Oliver]], and [[Carl Bloice]] of the [[Peoples Weekly World]].<ref>PWW, Chicago tribute hails work of Ishmael FloryOctober 12, 1991, page 8</ref>
  
 
==References==
 
==References==
 
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[[category:Communist Party USA]]
 
[[category:Communist Party USA]]

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For other uses, see Christine Johnson (disambiguation)

Christine Johnson

Claude Lightfoot Reception

A partial list of sponsors for a January 19, 1973 Reception in Chicago for Communist Party USA leader Claude Lightfoot included;

Linda Appelhans, Margaret Appelhans, Arnold Becchetti, Leon Beverly, Richard Criley, Reverend Martin Deppe, Ishmael Flory, Frances Gabow, Ben Green, Bill Hampton, FatherJohn Hill, Mrs. Christine Johnson, Jack Kling, Attorney Max Maiman, Margaret Palmer, John Pappademos, Ted Pearson, A. A. Rayner, Jr., Harold Rogers, Norman Roth, Attorney Irving Steinberg, Gil Terry, Robbylee Terry, Charles Wilson and Sylvia Woods[1].

Ishmael Flory tribute

Illinois Communist Party USA leader Ishmael Flory was honored at Malcolm X College in Chicago, September 29, 1991, by more than 100 guests.

Margaret Burroughs, a board member of the Chicago Park District MCed the event.

"Ishmael Flory is a man for all seasons...He never gives up", said State Senator Alice Palmer.

Alderman Jesus Garcia of Chicago's 22nd ward cited Flory's role in fostering African-American and Latino unity , and in building multi-racial coalitions for social progress.

Prof. Robert Starks of the Free South Africa Movement said "Ishmael has never failed to compliment me on my speeches, but at the same time he has never failed to pull me aside afterwards, too point out how I could have been a little more "progressive."

Tributes came from Communist Party USA chairman Gus Hall and Illinois organizational secretary Mark Almberg.

Other speakers included Crystal Bujol for the Flory family, long time friend Christine Johnson, Jack Spiegel of the Amalgamated Clothing Workers Union, Ronelle Mustin, peace activist Sarah Staggs, Harold Rogers, who brought greetings from Rep. Charles Hayes, Gerry Oliver, and Carl Bloice of the Peoples Weekly World.[2]

References

  1. Full text of "The nationwide drive against law enforcement intelligence operations : hearing before the Subcommittee to Investigate the Administration of the Internal Security Act and Other Internal Security Laws of the Committee on the Judiciary, United States Senate, Ninety-fourth Congress, first session
  2. PWW, Chicago tribute hails work of Ishmael FloryOctober 12, 1991, page 8