Political Action

Milton Fisk - India 2008My activist interests have been in socialism, unionism, and health care reform. I’m listing three organizations that I actively participate in to pursue these interests. One can read a brief description of these organizations below. Click the links to visit their websites.

Solidarity is an independent socialist organization dedicated to forming a broad regrouping of the U.S. left. We include activists from many long-standing socialist traditions, as well as younger members from newer movements. We do not attempt to put forward a monolithic platform which we all have adapted to; rather, we rely on the richness of our traditions and the creativity and newer experiences of our younger members to foster and develop a forward-looking socialist thought. Read more…

Jobs with Justice
Jobs with Justice engages workers and allies in campaigns to win justice in workplaces and in communities where working families live. JwJ was founded in 1987 with the vision of lifting up workers’ rights struggles as part of a larger campaign for economic and social justice. We believe in long-term multi-issue coalition building , grassroots base-building and organizing and strategic militant action as the foundation for building a grassroots movement, and we believe that by engaging a broad community of allies, we can win bigger victories. We reach working people through the organizations that represent them—unions, congregations, community organizations—and directly as JwJ activists. Read more…

Hoosiers for a Commonsense Health Plan (HCHP)
The mission of Hoosiers for a Commonsense Health Plan (HCHP) is to educate the public and the legislature about the benefits of a single payer plan. We are seeking individuals and groups who have an interest in helping achieve this goal. Read more about HCHP here and download the HCHP pamphlet here – PDF. At the national level,  Health Care Now is an organization that pursues legislation in the Congress for single payer health care.


Marble Hill Protest

Marble Hill Indiana Nuclear plant protest 1978