Who We Are

Boston DSA is a local chapter of Democratic Socialists of America. We are an activist organization — not a political party — that works against oppression in its many forms. We see these multiple oppressions — economic inequality, patriarchy, white supremacy, and others — as interlinked, intersecting and inseparable. DSA’s members are building mass movements for social change while establishing an openly socialist presence in communities and politics in the Greater Boston Area.

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April 22, 2019
  • Stop & Shop Picket Support

    April 22, 2019  8:00 am - 8:00 pm

    Every Single Stop & Shop in Greater Boston

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    31,000 workers from five UFCW locals walked off the job at 1pm on Thursday, April 11. They're fighting for fair wages, affordable healthcare, and dignity on the job. Their action deserves the solidarity and support of the socialist movement!

    Wear red, wave hello, listen to workers, and build working class power.

    There are 18 Stop & Shop locations in Boston and its immediate suburbs, and all of them will have pickets.

    Comment where you'll be picketing in the event discussion.


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Hear From Us

Posts from the Boston DSA Political Education Working Group (PEWG).

On Gun Violence

by Cam W.  According to the online Gun Violence Archive, a non-profit organization that tracks all gun-related activity in the United States, there has been 37,000 shootings and deaths in...

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Remembering the Centennial of the German Revolution

By Ben M (Remarks given at November General Meeting for the Boston Democratic Socialists of America) This month we commemorate not just the ending of World War One, but also...

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