Excerpt from the Communist Caucus Convention Committee’s interview with NPC candidates about their paths to DSA and organizing experience.
A member of the DSA Housing Justice Commission and ETOC explains how tenant organizing conducted by DSA members strengthens the DSA and brings tenants into the political struggle for socialism.
An Interview with Shirin Kamangar
DSA International Committee leader historicizes the current discussion on the crisis in Ukraine and reaffirms the need for a strong socialist, anti-war position.
And despite your mental, spiritual, and physical debt to the relentless goings-on of a world succumb to capitalism—you are here reading this. Maybe you are a dutiful DSA organizer spending your weeknights after work on Zoom calls or canvassing your neighborhood, maybe you are a member of another organization or group fighting for change in…
National Political Committee (NPC) member running for reelection at the 2021 DSA Convention takes our ‘Myspace Survey’.
The Authors of R.18 clarify the current structure of the International Committee and what and how their proposal would change it.
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…
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.
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