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DSAers Strike Down Barriers to Reproductive Justice

As part of our support for reproductive justice, DSA chapters across the United States participated in the April Abortion Access Bowl-A-Thon for the National Network of Abortion Funds (NNAF). The NNAF provides grants and support for people who face economic barriers to receive abortion services. Click Read More for how you can donate — there’s still time!…

Naomi Klein & Bhaskar Sunkara in Conversation

A conversation with Naomi Klein, author of No Is Not Enough: Resisting Trump’s Shock Politics and Winning the World We Need, and Bhaskar Sunkara, editor of Jacobin. Click here to Purchase No is Not Enough.

DSA stands with immigrants — no DACA repeal!

Donald Trump and Jeff Sessions have announced their plan to end DACA — a program that allows undocumented immigrants who came to the United States as children the opportunity to work and live in peace. Right now, DSAers across Texas are working with immigrant rights groups to protest Trump’s plan and demand better. DSA Santa Fe…

URGENT: DSA and Partners Organizing Health Care Sit-Ins 7/6

Senate Republicans want to take away health insurance from 22 million people and cut Medicaid by $772 billion over the next decade, eliminating or diminishing health services for up to thirty-four million children, eleven million disabled people, and seven million seniors, many of whom live in nursing homes. Why? To provide a 541 billion dollar…

URGENT: DSA Stands With AT&T Workers

CWA union members have been working closely with DSA on organizing efforts across the country. 38,000 CWA folks at AT&T have been working without a contract. This has gone on far too long. Now AT&T workers in 36 states and Washington, DC are on strike. DSA’s national Steering Committee endorses this strike. DSA local groups and…

Congratulations to DSA’s own khalid kamau and Dylan Parker!

Congratulations to khalid kamau, who won his South Fulton City Council race in a landslide. Check out the Huffington Post coverage here. In the Yoruba tradition, khalid uses lower-case letters for his name. This shows a stronger tie to the community than to the individual, a sentiment echoed in his activist work and community outreach projects.…

DSA’s Healthcare Work is Getting Attention

DSA’s healthcare work is heating up across the country. In New York, all of DSA’s local groups are teaming up to build support for single payer in their state. And California is in action. Check out this video from East Bay DSA. Thanks to their efforts, and their teaming up with DSA groups statewide, hundreds…

DSA LBGTQ Rights Work in the News

DSA locals have been doing LGBTQ rights activism on an ongoing basis, from pride marches in Atlanta to protests against anti-transgender bathroom bills in Oklahoma. Lately this has been getting more press attention. As our national LGBTQ Working Group gets into gear, we’re proud to see DSA activists’ work in the press. New DSA member…

DSA’s Anti-Trump Organizing is Up — And the Press Has Noticed

Since inauguration, over 3,000 new members have joined DSA. Together we’re building the strong democratic socialist resistance we need. DSA has added to our organizing staff and increased volunteer training. New DSA groups are starting across the country. The word about DSA is definitely out. DSA is in action, and the press is paying attention. In…

DSA’s Profiles in Socialist Feminism

DSA’s Socialist Feminist Team is stepping up its organizing and outreach. That includes media work. Check out DSA’s new video series, Profiles in Socialist Feminism! In this video series, DSA highlights some of its leading socialist feminist organizers. Click here for the newest episode, featuring labor leader Bianca Cunningham of the New York City local chapter of DSA.…