Tuesday, January 17, 2017
Activist Angela Davis spoke at the annual Mid-South Peace & Justice Center's 35th anniversary Living the Legacy of Non-violence on Jan. 14, here's a great article on the event from Highground News
Activist Angela Davis on Memphis' Legacy and Why Freedom is a Constant Struggle
Monday, January 9, 2017
DEMOCRATIC SOCIALISM: Hope in a Dark Era
Democratic Socialists of America (DSA) is not a political party, we are a multi-issue democratic socialist organization working to build a movement for economic and political democracy, social justice, equality and freedom. We share a broad democratic socialist vision and welcome different points of view on issues like electoral politics. We welcome democratic socialists who work in the Democratic Party, Green Party or any other party who share that vision. Many of our members are also members of other socialist groups and parties.. all are welcome to join us to build a larger movement!
Monday, November 21, 2016
Thursday, November 3, 2016
Democratic Socialists of America (DSA) is joining with other progressive organizations to DUMP TRUMP on Nov. 2. While DSA endorsed Sen. Bernie Sanders primary campaign against Hillary Clinton it is not officially endorsing Hillary Clinton, but because of the threat of the Trump campaign and the racist, White Nationalist movement behind it, we are urging voters to vote strategically to defeat Trump in the general election Nov. 2 and join with Sen. Bernie Sanders and other progressives to push a left-progressive agenda if Hillary Clinton becomes the next President.
Read DSA's statement on the 2016 Election HERE
Dump the Racist Trump; Continue the Political Revolution Down-Ballot; Build Multiracial Coalitions and Socialist Organization for Long-term Change
Also see this call from 47 grassroots organizers to defeat Donald Trump and Build the Left
Thursday, July 7, 2016
Bernie Sanders’ presidential campaign is winding down, and Hillary Clinton is the presumptive Democratic Party nominee, now what?
What role should democratic socialists, and DSA play in the 2016 Presidential Election?
How can we build upon the momentum of the Sanders’ campaign to build a mass movement for democratic socialism in the USA?
Where do we go from here?
Read this summary of DSA’s 2016 Political Strategy Document:
Resistance Rising: Socialist Strategy in the Age of Political Revolution
Related, Portside has three views of what comes after the Sanders Campaign:
What Comes After the Sanders Campaign? Three Views
Including an article by DSA Vice Chair Joseph Schwartz on Shaping a Post-Election Multi-Racial Politics.