Endorsements, rent control victories, Defund MPD updates and (so) much more…
Metro DC DSA Newsletter Archive
This weekend - endorsement voting, preparing for public testimony, and tenant organizing.
Organizing to Defund MPD and ensure electoral victory this November.
Justice for Deon Kay.
Uproar over the near murder of Jacob Blake fuels weekend protests in this runup to Labor Day.
This week: activists to rally against gentrification, build direct action capacity, and rally for graduate student workers.
(Socialy Distant) in-person organizing returns in defense of rent strikers and the USPS. Meanwhile, new working groups grow to address extant national politi...
Supporting rent strikers in VA, organizing against austerity in Maryland, and bringing the red wave to DC.
Organizing across a range of social and economic issues is unimpeded by a Washington heatwave.
No jobs? No rent!
As economic stagnation and pandemic terror continue to haunt residents of the DMV, local organizers direct outrage and frustration on a wide range of local c...
As eviction courts begin to reopen, orgranizers rally in solidarity with rent strikers across the DMV.
As protest activity dies down, activists prepare for the next stage of the Defund campaign.
Weeks of unrest have created an opening for activists to pursue long-overdue changes in policing.
The DMV prepares to execute mass protest in demand of reform to US policing methods.
Prior unrest has given way to an organized front where activists demand the government fund care, not cops.
Progressive victory in DC comes as military occupation attempts to quell local uprising against police brutality.
Justice for George Floyd.
Campaigners across the DMV prepare for upcoming elections as the struggle against pandemic hardship rages on.
Activists rally for worker concerns to be properly recognized in local and national relief efforts.
Online organizing continues as DMV activists rally for action and relief in response to COVID-19.
Pandemic and economic uncertainty color this year’s celebration of International Workers’ Day.
Local elections and a week of environmental protest are set to usher in International Workers’ Day.
Virtual organizing continues amidst national quarantine as the DSA and allies at large ponder the path forward.
Although Bernie has ended his national campaign, local campaigns continue to act on the energy and inspiration invoked by the electoral endeavor.
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