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Summer School & Convention 2019
The Solidarity National Committee has issued the 2019 Solidarity Convention Call officially beginning the Pre-Convention Discussion Period.

(If you did not receive it please email stephen@solidarity-us.org and he will forward it along).

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Please review the Policy on Solidarity Internal Discussion Bulletin (DB)

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Quote of Note:
Quote of Note:
"The IWW has been accused of putting the women in the front; the truth is: the IWW does not keep them at the back – and they go to the front."

Elizabeth Gurley Flynn (1890 – 1964) Leader Industrial Workers of the World and later the Communist Party of the USA

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From Against the Current
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