Larry Moskowitz

Confronting Our Historic Failure on Racism
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Confronting Our Historic Failure on Racism

Editor’s Note: Larry Moskowitz’s first picket line was in 1964 demanding federal intervention when Civil Rights activists Goodman, Schwerner and Chaney went missing, but before their bodies were found. He was a leader of the anti-war movement in Maine and a rank and file Teamster in Massachusetts.The founding staff member of The Working Families Party,…

Understanding Racism to Better Fight It
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Understanding Racism to Better Fight It

Larry Moskowitz is The Director of Social Justice for The Workmen’s Circle and has been active in the social justice movement since 1964.The views expressed above are his personal views and not an expression of the views of the Workmen’s Circle. From Washington, DC, to Charlottesville, Virginia, acts of racism reflected in words, deeds, and legislation are…