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About RPM

We started in 2016 as a network to discuss our disappointment with the state of the peace movement and how to move forward.  See our Founding Document here.  If you agree with it and the general direction of our resolutions consider getting your group to join us.  Write to us at:

Our Board

At this point we have a 3 person board:

Robert Cuffy  is a supporter of the Socialist Workers Alliance of Guyana and a member of the Democratic Socialists of America’s AfroSocialist Caucus. Robert currently works in NYC as a child protective specialist supervisor and is a member of Social Service Employees Union Local 317 within DC37. His political work centers around the revival of the West Indian radical tradition as embodied by the likes of Claudia Jones, CLR James, Andaiye and Walter Rodney.”

Stanley Heller is a retired schoolteacher.  He works for Promoting Enduring Peace and the Middle East Crisis Committee (for which he hosts the weekly TV program "The Struggle".)  He's written two books, "The Uprising We Need" (2017) and "Zionist Betrayal of Jews" (2019) 

Yasser Munif  is a Syrian activist. He is a professor of sociology at Emerson college in Boston where he teaches courses about Race and Racism, Arab and Global Revolts, Feminist Theory, Critical Globalization Studies, and Postcolonial Theory. His research examines grassroots struggles and politics from below in marginal sites. His work appeared in publications including "Rethinking Marxism," "The Journal of Asian and African Studies," and "The Journal of Palestinian Studies." His book "The Syrian Revolution: Between the Politics of Life and the Geopolitics of Death" (2020) was published by Pluto Press.  He is the co-founder of "the Campaign for Global Solidarity with the Syrian Revolution" which organizes cultural events and political actions in the US to raise awareness around  grassroots politics in Syria. He is also member in the Alliance of Middle Eastern and North African Socialists.

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