Marianela D’Aprile, Marsha Niemeijer, Megan Svoboda, Natalie Midiri, and Rachel Zibrat are running for NPC. Here’s what they stand for.
Building small and newer chapters is critical to DSA’s success. But they can’t reach their full potential without a strong and well-run national organization.
We need to help new and smaller chapters develop. But we won’t get far with a new proposal to give every chapter a small monthly stipend.
DSA’s 2019 National Convention in Atlanta will define the organization for the next two years. Here’s what’s on the table.
In the last year East Bay DSA has built a budding socialist powerhouse through its electoral work and solidarity with the Oakland teachers.
How Chicago DSA is making socialists, taking on our class enemies, and winning elections.
We are excited to announce the formation of a new national DSA caucus: Bread and Roses. We’re a group of Marxist organizers committed to helping build an effective DSA rooted in the multiracial working class.
Setbacks are a part of life and politics. Unfortunately, DSA Spring Caucus didn’t work out and has been dissolved. In this open letter we explain what happened — and why we’re looking forward to moving on and continuing the work of building a space for Marxist organizers in DSA.
DSA’s student organizers came together last weekend for one of YDSA’s most successful conferences yet.
The New Republic published an attack on several DSA chapters this week — and refused to include interviews with numerous leaders of color in DSA who contradicted their one-sided and deeply flawed narrative. Those leaders respond here, and build the case for a politics based on solidarity.