DSA’s National Convention beginning in just a few days, and assembled every two years as the highest decision-making body of the organization, will bring together some 1,300 delegates from DSA chapters around the country. After the last convention two years ago, I shared with my comrades in Emerge and with other self-described communists in DSA…
NYC-DSA Grievance Committee members, Martha, Yuri, Madi, and Alexandra discuss our relationship to conflict and conflict’s relationship to the state as they share lessons learned and discuss the future of DSA grievance committees at a national level.
Partisan co-editor-in-chief, Spencer A, talks to two of the contributors, Robert Ovetz and Shawn Hattingh, to the new book, Workers’ Inquiry and Global Class Struggle.
Building power in an industry that’s falling apart
NYC-DSA healthcare organizer reflects on her experiences.
Reflections on Portland DSA’s resiliency work during a year of crises
With the continued assault on the Palestinian people, it is the duty of American socialists and communists to disrupt capital at home from the docks to the doorstep.
Reflections on how the communist spark can emerge in the American workplace
Central Connecticut chapter co-chair Alex discusses in-state victories by DSA such as a right to counsel for tenants, and actively working towards a vision of building municipal-area and statewide tenant unions.
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.