Emile Schepers

 
 
Emile Schepers

Emile Schepers is a veteran civil and immigrant rights activist. Emile Schepers was born in South Africa and has a doctorate in cultural anthropology from Northwestern University. He has worked as a researcher and activist in urban, working-class communities in Chicago since 1966. He is active in the struggle for immigrant rights, in solidarity with the Cuban Revolution and a number of other issues. He now writes from Northern Virginia.

 

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Convention discussion:  Jobs, housing and the Green New Deal

Convention discussion: Jobs, housing and the Green New Deal

The potential to create more and better jobs is great, but it will require struggle at all levels.

BY:Emile Schepers| March 29, 2019
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Convention Discussion: Consolidating new members and developing new activists and cadres

Convention Discussion: Consolidating new members and developing new activists and cadres

Becoming not just a nominal party member, but also an effective party member is a process that goes far beyond merely signing on and staying in communication.

BY:Emile Schepers| March 29, 2019
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International Notes: Communist to lead group in Israel Parliament

International Notes: Communist to lead group in Israel Parliament

Ayman Odeh was re-elected on February 1 as chairman of the parliamentary faction of Hadash (Democratic Front for Peace and Equality-Communist Party of Israel), an Israeli Arab and Jewish party.

International Notes: French protests surge as CP elects new leader

International Notes: French protests surge as CP elects new leader

Workers street protest rock France; steel strike hits Iran, CP leader dies in Peru and more in this week's International Notes.

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