…what matters is that we’re engaging with workers in the labor movement and naming their enemy as capitalism.
We must use the Bernie campaign as another opportunity to build links between chapters and organizers.
The Sanders campaign presents great risks. DSA refusing to engage with the campaign would result in isolation from the broader progressive community.
A Tribute to Bill Blum (1933 – 2019) The Washington Socialist <> April 2019 By Kurt Stand Mainstream media consistently and repeatedly fail to connect the dots between trade, corporate investment, military interventions, and domestic economic instability. As a result, violence around the world, economic precariousness at home appear without cause and treated – […]
The classic ICYMI collection — good reads for socialists in the DMV.
The Weekend: community gardening, ICE out of NoVA, NO2NATO, Wage theft canvassing. And of course more.
Events and alerts for MDC DSA members and allies, plus the latest: national DSA endorsed Bernie Thursday night (March 21). Get the details here.
DSA’s National Political Committee ratifies the 3-to-1 member vote to endorse Sen. Bernie Sanders’s candidacy for president.
Saturday’s actions on Venezuela and Amazon, plus a deep dive into the Bernie endorsement poll — and all the MDC DSA events for March and into April.
The Weekly Update for March 8 — Amazon, Bolsonaro, Migrant Justice, Socialist Night School, Ecosocialism… all in one place.