DSAers mostly agree we need to create an independent, party-like political alternative. But without a plan it won’t happen. Vote yes on Amendment I: “Act Like an Independent Party” to start making a roadmap!
DSA’s approach to internationalism doesn’t center working-class struggle enough. Delegates to the 2023 Convention can change that with a vote for Amendment C to the IC Consensus Resolution: For a Class-Struggle Internationalism.
At the 2023 National Convention, it is up to DSA’s active layer to force the most important questions: Where does DSA stand? How did we get here? And how can we leverage the coming year and convention to build our organization and the socialist movement?
The takeaways from YDSA’s convention success are clear: By bringing organizers together in real-life space, we grant each other the grace necessary to carry out debate that is intense, sophisticated, and productive, all while ensuring respect and comradeship.