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Passing of J. Robert Constantine

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The Eugene V. Debs Foundation is saddened to report the passing of Professor J. Robert Constantine, the last surviving founder of the Eugene V. Debs Foundation, who passed away at his home in Austin, Texas, on Thursday, May 25, 2017, at the age of 93. In 1962, he was the member of a small group […]

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2017 Debs Award Recipient: Jobs with Justice

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Congratulations to Jobs with Justice On Saturday, October 14, 2017, the Eugene V. Debs Award will be presented to the Jobs with Justice national organization together with its regional and local affiliates. Sarita Gupta, the Executive Director of Jobs with Justice, will accept the Award. The event will begin at 6:00PM with a cocktail hour […]

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Multi-Volume Eugene V. Debs Works Project Announced

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Nearly a century after his death, American trade union and socialist leader Eugene V. Debs will be the subject of a major new publishing initiative. Eugene V. Debs: Selected Works is the working title for a four volume series to be published by Chicago publisher Haymarket Books, one of the leading publishers of socialist books […]

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Charles King Memorial

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We are saddened at the passing of Charles King, long-time secretary of the Foundation. The Memorial Service, will be held April 9 from 11-1pm at United Methodist Temple, 5001 Dixie Bee Road and Highway 41, Terre Haute

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New Museum Hours

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We are happy to announce that the Debs House is now operating on a more regular schedule.  The House is now open Wednesday through Saturday each week.  Many, many thanks to Debbie Sitarski, a former Debs Scholar and student of Charles King, who called to volunteer.  Instead of volunteering, we hired her part-time.  She’s completed […]

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Indiana Bicentennial, the Book, Hits the Streets

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A new book relating the history of Indiana has been freshly published. This one gives vignettes about 400 people and businesses that formed the state and is readable in 10-minute increments. It starts with the mound builders, Fort Ouiatenon, George Rogers Clark, William Henry Harrison and Chief Little Turtle and goes through two major wars, […]