With the passing of a recent resolution, the Los Angeles chapter of DSA has begun to build formations within the realm of hyper-local organizing. How has this new addition to the typically committee-based chapter structure fared so far, what are the implications for socialist organizing in DSA-LA, and should this be taken up as a new model for other chapters around the country?
The tenant struggle is here, and we must do our part to support it.
The greatest challenge for the Peruvian left is to dismantle the neoliberal state and move towards an anti-capitalist horizon.
Abolition activist Jasson Perez talks to Partisan about the origins and demands of Chicago’s Defund the Police campaign and the semantics of #Defund.
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After a year of major political events in the US — most notably the pandemic, Bernie’s loss, Biden’s victory, and the George Floyd rebellion — the strategic terrain in this country has shifted dramatically. This calls for a new strategic focus on base building initiatives within the DSA.
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To fight fascism we need long-haul working class organizations, concrete political alternatives, and, most urgently, a popular anti-fascist movement in the streets.
As the largest and most organized force on the U.S left, DSA has a crucial role to play in how the broader left interprets and responds to the storming of the US Capitol. As socialists, we are opposed to everything that happened in Washington Wednesday because it was an attempt by racist, right wing extremists to grow their movement, not because we are, in principle, opposed to occupying Congress
After the Capitol storming last week, calls for right-wing prosecution intensified, but empowering the state to suppress political activity poses a grave danger to the left.