Help Keep Democratic Left Strong

I hope you are enjoying our Democratic Left blog. The new blog is a continuation of our print magazine, which for a decade longer than DSA’s existence has been a magazine of the Left, deeply rooted in both the principles of democratic socialism and immediate struggles for reform and empowerment.

We know that while our movement needs to learn from our past, we must also look to the future. That is why we launched this blog. Our values are widely shared in this country, but we need to spread our ideas much more widely if we are to utilize the window of opportunity provided by the increased politicization and openness of people in the United States. Only then can we build a movement powerful enough to change our entire economic system from one of exploitation to one of cooperation.

Will you join me in celebrating Democratic Left? Your contribution will see your name or your labor blog listed on the pages of both this blog and the Democratic Left magazine! Your special contribution will help us to meet the challenges of covering issues in-depth in the print magazine and up-to-the-minute on the Democratic Left blog.

Please contribute now to help keep Democratic Left strong.

In solidarity,

Maria Svart

DSA National Director

New Member Call, June 24

June 24, 2018

9pm ET/8 CT/7 MT/6 PT

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You've joined DSA - Great! Now register for this New Member Orientation call and find out more about our politics and our vision. And, most importantly, how you can become involved.

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Sam M


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**Note: this page originally had the wrong date listed. The Correct date is Sunday the 24th**

M4A Chapter Activist Training Call: How to Pass a Medicare for All City Council Resolution

June 30, 2018

Saturday June 30th at 4pm ET/3pm CT/2pm MT/1pm PST

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In March, Philadelphia DSA members showed up in droves with healthcare workers, community members, and elected leaders to pass a Philadelphia city-wide resolution supporting the Medicare for All Act of 2017 and affirming universal access to healthcare as a human right. This victory showed that in a city where the poverty rate is over 26%, city council leaders learned where to stand when it comes to universal healthcare. To move a national campaign to win Medicare for All, we need to build support from a broad range of cities and municipalities across the country. With some research, planning, and lobbying, you could work with city council members to pass a resolution of support in your city too!

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