March New Member Orientation

Are you a newly joined DSA member? Come learn about the different ways to get involved! This call is at 8:00pm Eastern Time.

WHEN
March 20, 2013 at 8pm - 9pm
WHERE
Conference Call, RSVP required for call-in number

Will you come?








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commented 2013-03-06 17:43:08 -0500 · Flag
I am really happy to have found this group, and that there is a chapter in Utah. I have been frustrated, working with the Democrats, although they support some of the things I believe in. I think I will find more like-minded people here.
posted about this on Facebook 2013-03-06 17:41:18 -0500
I think I may have found a group that fits what I believe. Check out Democratic Socialists of America.

Upcoming Events

Ain't Scared of Your Jails

April 08, 2015
conference call - RSVP for call-in information
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47 years ago this April, Martin Luther King, Jr. was assassinated while supporting striking Memphis sanitation workers.
 
Please join us this April for Ain't Scared of Your Jails: Lessons for Today from Racial Justice History, a national DSA conference call to discuss non-violent direct action organizing from the 1960s voting rights movement and lessons for anti-police brutality activism today.
 
Who:
Femi Agbabiaka, Chicago DSA, YDS Coordinating Committee
Duane Campbell, Sacramento DSA
Jack Suria Linares, Hamilton College YDS
Maria Svart, DSA National Director
 
What:
Facilitated discussion of the one hour segment “Ain’t Scared of Your Jails: 1960-61” from the Eyes on the Prize documentary series and lessons for racial justice activism today, after remarks from DSAers about their current work.
 
How:
Step 1: Register online to RSVP below and get the conference call information via email;
Step 2: We'll email you a link to watch the 1-hour film online, on your own time, before the call;
Step 3: Call in to the conference call and hear from DSA speakers, then discuss their remarks and the documentary with other DSA members from across the country!

Organized by the DSA Anti-Racism Working Group.
 
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