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Metro DC Democratic Socialists of America is a chapter of the national Democratic Socialists of America, the largest socialist organization in the United Sta...
As amended effective January 1, 2019
Committees Metro DC DSA has five standing committees. Committees are intended to oversee the chapter’s health and function, and to facilitate our other struc...
The Red Desk is Metro DC DSA’s internal support system. At the Red Desk, you can submit requests for pretty much anything in the chapter, including: Socia...
Democratic Socialists of America: Harassment Policy Written by The Harassment Working Group, passed as Resolution 33 at the 2017 DSA Convention on Aug. 4, 20...
Members are encouraged to submit position papers for consideration ahead of general membership meetings. Metro DC DSA solicits these statements in the hopes ...
Metro DC DSA Branches
Create 2020 D.C. Council At-Large Working Group
Endorse Ed Lazere for 2020 D.C. Council At-Large
Endorse Will Merrifield for 2020 D.C. Council At-Large
Create Campaign to oppose the Montgomery County Austerity Amendment
A review of what socialism means in the 21st century.
A focus on how Marxists view capitalism, how capitalist profit is rooted in the exploitation of labor, and how the class struggle results from this.
A review of the impact of sanctions on civilian populations.
The question of social reproduction is the question of how workers are reproduced in order to keep capitalism surging.
What are tenants doing to fight for their homes in the middle of pandemic, and how does it fit with historical tenant struggles?
This session explores the history and the present of socialist interactions with labor unions in the US.
Neoliberalism and its ascendence into a hegemonic doctrine in global affairs is identified and discussed in this globally minded session.
This session will cover the history of repression of dissent and the US left, focusing largely on the role of the FBI in conducting political surveillance.
In this session, we explore how a socialist government has responded to COVID in India, and what lessons socialists can draw from it.
In this session, we discussed what policing is, what abolition means, what abolitionists do, how abolitionist approaches differ from other critiques (like ma...
This session explores how DC became a legislative model for Uber, how Uber became an institutional actor in the city, and what such an arrangement means for ...
The roots of socialism march along nationally and in Maryland.
This month, writers ponder about the past and future of the socialist movement.
Investigating the implications of coronavirus on the future of capitalism and socialism.
Economic crisis and global pandemic cloud a larger celebration of May Day.
Campaigns for left-wing policy reach their paramount as primary elections come to DC and Maryland.
A national uprising against abusive justice systems fuel a new movement to defund policing systems in DC and across the country.