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News Coverage of DSA at the DNC

There was much news coverage of the DSA-sponsored Socialist Caucus, held during the week of the DNC in Philadelphia. Numerous participants remarked on social media that the Caucus represented one of the most substantive meetings at the convention. A good number of participants joined DSA on the spot and the DSA table rapidly sold out of it fifty bright red DSA “Continuing the Political Revolution T-shirts.” Click here to read the coverage we received.

Young Democratic Socialists Conference Report: From Sanders to the Grassroots

The YDS Conference with the theme "From Sanders to the Grassroots" was held just over a week after the Democratic National Convention and brought together three leading organizations from the student left. Read this report from Meghan Brophy, member of the YDS Coordinating Committee.

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DSA Statement on the November 2016 Elections

DSA National Political Committee releases statement "Dump the Racist Trump; Continue the Political Revolution Down-Ballot; Build Multiracial Coalitions and Socialist Organization for Long-term Change". Click here to read full statement.

DSA Condemns Mass Murder in Orlando and the Intolerant Ideologies That Promote Such Acts

Democratic Socialists of America condemns the perpetrator of the mass killing and wounding of innocents at the LGBTQ night club Pulse in Orlando Florida this past weekend on Latin night. We stand in solidarity with the victims and their families and the LGBTQ and Latinx community of Orlando and beyond.

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Introduction to Socialist Feminism Call

November 03, 2016 · 7 rsvps
Introduction to Socialist Feminism

Join DSA activist Michele Rossi to explore “socialist feminism.” How does it differ from other forms of feminism? How and when did it develop? What does it mean for our activism? 8-9pm ET, 7-8pm CT, 6-7pm MT, 5-6pm PT.


Feminist Working Group

November 15, 2016 · 5 rsvps
Feminist Working Group Call

People of all genders are welcome to join this call to discuss DSA's work on women's issues. We will discuss election results and their implications for DSA's work (30 minutes). Business will include reports on screenings of She’s Beautiful When She’s Angry, preparation for April Abortion Access Bowl-A-Thon fundraising, and leadership development (up to 1 hour). 9 pm ET; 8 pm CT; 7 pm MT; 6 pm PT.