At its annual convention, NYC-DSA committed to building union power and taxing the rich. But delegates voted down a proposal to build a party-like structure for our electoral work, raising new questions about what kind of organization we are trying to build.
We must invest more in organizing than consultants, which is why B&R NPC members are voting against a new and extremely costly contract with our national harassment grievance officer. They explain their decision and the need for more transparency around staff salaries.
It’s a big moment for labor organizing. That’s why it’s more important than ever that DSA’s national office finally give the Democratic Socialist Labor Commission access to the list of DSA chapter leaders.