Weekly Featured Profile – Elizabeth Bunn



Elizabeth Bunn

Elizabeth Bunn has worked long-term for the United Auto Workers in Michigan and has served on the AFL-CIO Executive Council until 2010.

She is a both a long-term member of the US’ largest Marxist group Democratic Socialists of America and a leading Democratic Party activist.

Bunn received her Bachelor’s degree from the University of Michigan and her law degree from Wayne State University Law School in Detroit. She is a lifetime member of the NAACP and a member and officer of the DSA/Communist Party USA-led Coalition of Labor Union Women (CLUW).

Elizabeth Bunn was the creator of the UAW’s Woman-to-Woman campaign that helped elect Michigan radicals Senator Debbie Stabenow in 2000 and Governor Jennifer Granholm in 2002.

In 2008, Michigan Democratic Party Super Delegates to the Democratic Convention in Denver included Elizabeth Bunn.

When Democratic Socialists of America participated in the U.S. Social Forum on June 22-26 in 2010, in Detroit, Michigan, UAW Secretary-Treasurer Elizabeth Bunn and DSA Honorary Chair and infamous writer/activist Frances Fox Piven were two of the listed DSA speakers.

Bunn has also been supportive of The Justice Caucus, a DSA organized grouping in the Michigan State House, designed to move the Democrats even further to the left.



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  1. Amazing that this woman has the power she has within this country. Our very Constitution has given the beast a voice. As with so many other enemies of Democracy and our Republic she will be instrumental in the destruction of America. That will probably make her dance. I bet Obama has her phone number on speed dial. When he isn’t taking selfies with idiotic world leaders.

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