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.

In the United States, parents get almost no support in raising the next generation. And since capitalism intersects with oppressive systems like sexism, racism, and ableism, caregiving responsibilities tend to fall more on some groups than others. We want everyone to be included in DSA activities. This article gives practical guidelines so that parents can fully participate in all that DSA has to offer!