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Leanna Noble

Leanna Noble is a 'retired' progressive organizer -  she was an organizer, activist and participant - working on issues related to  civil rights, Black Panthers support, anti-war/nuke, multi-issue community organizing, domestic/home care workers, anti-racism/anti-klan, tenants rights/affordable housing, El Salvador/Puerto Rico solidarity work, occupational safety/health (primarily asbestos-exposure), labor-community anti-deindustrialization/plant closures coalitions, union organizing, Middle East, single-payer, Garment Worker Center, immigrant rights and retiree movements starting in 1960s.

Most recent political work was 7 months teaching labor relations at undergrad level in HCMC as part of on-going Vietnam/USA union and labor educator solidarity work. An activist with New Left origins, currently inspired by Michael