About Steven Blumrosen


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Current Projects:

  • Edward Coles. (www.EdwardColes.com)
  • College Drop-In (cache) at the invitation of the professor (cache), Eric Foner, the DeWitt Clinton Professor of History at Columbia University. This was an undergraduate survey course: The Radical Tradition in American History. After this course, Prof. Foner retired. He named the last class of his last course: "Looking Forward."
  • Creator: LifeNow - Photographs with Purpose. This is a website gallery for creating themes and uploading related photographs. The idea for this "participatory photography" site grew out of community meetings following a shooting in Ft. Myers, FL, October 2015.
  • Journalist: syndicated columns originally appearing on:
    NewsBlaze.com, and
  • Member, Center for Public Integrity
  • Co-author: A. Blumrosen and S. Blumrosen, "Restoring the Congressional Duty to Declare War" (Rutgers Law Review, 2011, Cache)
  • Co-author with Alfred W. and Ruth G. Blumrosen: A. Blumrosen and R. Blumrosen, Slave Nation: How Slavery United the Colonies and Sparked the American Revolution (Sourcebooks, 2005)
  • CIO: "The Reality of Intentional Job Discrimination in Metropolitan America -- 1999" 40 state reports and a national report statistically analyzing intentional job discrimination by applying Supreme Court rules of evidence to cleansed EEO-1 data from the EEOC to compare each establishment with all other establishments in the same MSA, Industry and Occupation.
  • Founder and CEO: 24/7 Caregiving Products Company, LLC
  • Founder: Fight Slavery Now! a NYC MeetUp Group
  • Democratic Party:



    and I am the creator of this website designed to answer most questions you might have about Democratic activities in the precinct, area, and county. If I've missed something, please let me know.

    My LinkedIn profile is at: https://www.linkedin.com/in/stevenblumrosen

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    This is Steven Blumrosen's website.
    Steven is a biological person with the right to vote, who was encouraged to exercise his free speech by the recent Supreme Court decisions of Citizens United and McCutcheon.

    By the way, on this website I have not buried the styles in a separate CSS file. Instead, style coding is here for anyone to learn from. Gratifyingly, I have been told by an educator for Goodwill Industries of Southwest Florida that women in high school who are learning to code have used this website for demonstration purposes. It may not be perfect, but it works. Glad I could help!

    “Delaying Gratification to Build a Better Future”