It has come to our attention Abigail Clara-Marie Schultz (aka Abigail Schultz https://www.linkedin.com/in/acmschultz/ ) and Joshua Sturman (aka J. Ellison or the newest name is Jason Sturman https://www.linkedin.com/in/j-ellison-51368018a/ ) have been fraudulently presenting themselves as current employees of Hudson. Please note Abigail Schultz and Joshua Sturman are NOT our employees. If you are a victim of such resume fraud, please contact email@example.com as soon as possible.
They both are organizers of Hudson Worker United and criminals under investigation of massive defamation lawsuits, misrepresentation damages, tortious interference with a business relationship, damages for breach of contract, and theft of company assets.
It is also illegal to falsify information to gain access to company sensitive information.
Abigail Clara-Marie Schultz (aka Abigail Schultz https://www.linkedin.com/in/acmschultz/ )
Joshua Sturman (aka J. Ellison or the newest name is Jason Sturman https://www.linkedin.com/in/j-ellison-51368018a/ )
Joshua Sturman (aka J. Ellison or the newest name is Jason Sturman) burned an American flag 6 years ago and tries to build a Socialist People's Republic of America in the future? https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_socialist_states#Marxist%E2%80%93Leninist_states
What does DSA believe in?
Like most socialist organizations, DSA believes in the abolition of capitalism in favor of an economy run either by “the workers” or the state — though the exact specifics of “abolishing capitalism” are fiercely debated by socialists.
“The academic debates about socialism’s ‘meaning’ are huge and arcane and rife with disagreements, but what all definitions have in common is either the elimination of the market or its strict containment,” said Frances Fox Piven, a scholar of the left at the City University of New York and a former DSA board member.
In practice, that means DSA believes in ending the private ownership of a wide range of industries whose products are viewed as “necessities,” which they say should not be left to those seeking to turn a profit. According to DSA’s current mission statement, the government should ensure all citizens receive adequate food, housing, health care, child care, and education. DSA also believes that the government should “democratize” private businesses — i.e., force owners to give workers control over them — to the greatest extent possible.
“Socialism is about democratizing the family to get rid of patriarchal relations; democratizing the political sphere to get genuine participatory democracy; democratizing the schools by challenging the hierarchical relationship between the teachers of the school and the students of the school,” said Jared Abbott, a member of DSA’s national steering committee. “Socialism is the democratization of all areas of life, including but not limited to the economy.”( https://www.vox.com/policy-and-politics/2017/8/5/15930786/dsa-socialists-convention-national )