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DC REDBUG GE2022
DSA ELECTORAL 2021
In this month's issue...
What would a police free future look like?
The revolution will not be message tested.
Ceasefire is a first step towards justice at home and abroad
The demand for a ceasefire is a demand for justice. It is also part of a campaign to cut spending on bombs to further fund social support at home and abroad.
Book Review: Disrupting DC: The Rise of Uber and Fall of the City
Disrupting DC recounts a local episode in corporate control of our shared social life.
Mass DC protest demands end to US support for Israeli apartheid
A mass protest erupted in DC on November 4th, 2023. The scale of turnout demonstrated mass desire for an end to US support for Israel's apartheid regime.
Our chapter has not publicly recorded resolutions for three years
Community & Solidarity Caucus
Open governance is vital for maintaining trust and consistency in democratic organizations. We must recommit to this process.
The 2022 DC Primaries and the Future of the District
An analysis of the District 2022 primary elections suggest DC is depolarizing around race and repolaring around class.
China and the Left: A Report from the People’s Forum
A recent forum out of NYC sought to challenge the American left on its approach to understanding US-China relations.
Learning to Love the Machine: Some Assembly Required
Socialists of all stripes should reckon that we may need to rebuild at the local level the very thing we’ve been fighting for years.
DC's Community Response to COVID-19: A Lesson in Solidarity
Community groups, political organizations, and mutual aid networks rallied to confront the District government's bumbling vaccine rollout.
The Metro DC Socialist Mobilization Model
Shane K and Ryan Mosgrove
One approach for mobilizing the working masses into socialist political operations.
The Liberal-to-Ultraleft Pipeline: Breaking the Cycle
Recent critiques levied at DSA peddle in an aesthetic-radicalism that risks distracting the working-class from organizing itself into a disciplined political force.