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.
LA teachers win a major battle in the class war and Bernie Sanders gets ready to launch a new democratic socialist presidential campaign.
In 2019, socialists should prioritize building a Bernie 2020 campaign and the struggle for Medicare for All, supporting labor militancy and mobilizations against oppression, launching a Green New Deal campaign, and strengthening DSA’s political education programs.
2019 is starting off with a bang, as democratic socialists shake up business as usual in Congress and teachers are about to launch major strikes in California.
Workers have changed the world before, and, thanks to the 2018 teacher strike wave, it looks like they’re beginning to do it again.
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.
As the beginning of the 2020 presidential campaign draws closer, DSA chapters need to start thinking about how their Bernie campaign work will advance class politics and build a mass movement.
Wildfires, a sit-in in Pelosi’s office, and a major climate conference put the environment back on the agenda as 2018 closes out. Plus a major new movement in France shows what it takes to shake the neoliberal order.
To win a real political revolution, socialists need a program to dramatically defend, expand, and deepen democracy.