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Insurrection at the Capitol: The Counterattack of White Privilege
Trump's regime ended with an insurrection at the Capitol. The attack failed, but revealed the wells of hatred that infect much of the White working-class.
The DSA begins its Prince George's chapter
Organizers in PG County have finally come together to help build socialism in Maryland.
Advancing Worker Ownership Through ESOPs
An ex-machinist suggests that socialists should look to ESOPs as a way to expand worker control over the means of production.
State of the District Left
A decade of neoliberal retrenchment is finally starting to crack. Can DC's left recognize the moment?
Good Links from January
The Capitol Coup, Trump's Twitter break, Democratic Party intrigue, and the populist revolt of Wall Street norms.
Lessons From Leftist Movie Club
Engaging in the long leftist tradition of filmmaking and critique might be a means to help us envision what a post-capitalist order might look like.
Building Dual Power: The Spreadsheets of Revolution
Local socialists have been quietly building out an anti-capitalist technical operation for use by the DC-area left. Its impetus and activities are outlined here.