Organizing Blog For Members

Four Pillars for Building a Socialist Chapter

DSA chapters can make real changes, in their communities and beyond. But we need to plan well to do that.

This handout lays out some tips to balance out your chapter's work. Here is a four pillar model to build community connections, support your organizing, and have fun too. Click the Download PDF icon on the left to download it.

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DSA Guidelines for Respectful Discussion

Meetings are more productive — and more fun — when the conversation includes everyone. Respectful discussion guidelines are helpful for keeping things focused too. You can read these before meetings and forums. (We've sometimes asked for volunteers to read each one off.) This has been helpful at DSA and YDS meetings, especially when new people are present. We've also shared them with our coalition partners as a useful resource.

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Making DSA Accessible to Parents

To put real democratic power into the hands of working people, we need to make our local groups accessible to everyone. Without support, parents may not be able to attend DSA meetings. Here are some ways to change that.

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Safety Tips for Events

In these times, event safety is on many organizers' minds. DSA local groups have held peaceful actions across the country. But counter-demonstrators don't always respect that. Here are some guidelines to keep event participants safe. Click the Download PDF icon to the left to download this handout.

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