Promoting Action on Diversity Equality and Inclusion

…the mere existence of diversity is not enough. Those most impacted must also be the ones most empowered in the conversation to shape the discourse and the decision made. That is inclusion.

NEW YEAR’S “REVOLUTIONS” FOR SOCIALISTS

there are numerous changes in our individual behaviors and practices that can help move the struggle forward, if only a little, by injecting a little socialism at the grass roots. After all, virtually every important social change started with an individual taking action.

MDC DSA Holiday Update for Friday, December 27, 2019

The last Update of 2019 — getting you ready for the struggles and triumphs of 2020.

MDC DSA Washington Socialist Article Index for 2019

A compendium of articles published in the Washington Socialist in 2019, organized both by topic and by issue date. We’ve done a lot and informed many of you. Check it out.

Metro DC DSA Weekly Update for Friday, December 20, 2019

It’s the holidays, sure, but don’t get too relaxed — fascism is still on the march and the red flag needs to be held high.

Metro DC DSA Weekly Update for Friday December 13 2019

Your activist dance card for the weekend, the rest of December (gulp!) and beyond — MDC DSA’s Weekly Update

Metro DC DSA Weekly Update for Friday, December 6, 2019

Your right now and in the future packet of socialist thought and action — including advance articles for the January 2020 Washington Socialist newsletter

DSA National Director’s December Dispatch

“We must harness our collective power to make positive change at a mass scale.”

A New Challenge for Ecosocialists: The Climate Adaptation Moment

As more than a decade of right-wing climate denialism starts to crumble and give way to a more contradictory political landscape, the politics of adaptation could provide left activists with a moment in which we can bring the logic of the Green New Deal to new population sectors.

Organizing for Justice Emerging from Criminal Injustice

Prince George’s County has a too-long history of criminal injustice masquerading as justice.  The quick propensity to lock people up on one side, and to fail to provide adequate service or opportunities when they come home on the other side, has undermined the quality of life.