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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December 5, 2022
  • Prison Abolition & Immigration Working Group Monthly Meeting

    December 5, 2022  7:00 pm - 8:30 pm

    The Prison Abolition & Immigration Working Group is a newly unified working group grounded in achieving freedom and dignity for all immigrant, criminalized, and incarcerated populations. We partner with allied organizations fighting to provide dignity and protections for undocumented immigrants, to defund the police, ICE, and Border Patrol, to permanently close jails and prisons, and to decarcerate all prison populations.

    Join our mailing list at https://actionnetwork.org/forms/sign-up-for-the-prison-abolition-immigration-working-group-of-the-boston-dsa to receive the Zoom link and meeting agenda or register for the zoom at https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZctcOCrqTovHNGMi9CRVt1OYW1mmZtbU0AM

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Hear From Us

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

PUBLIC STATEMENT BY BOSTON DEMOCRATIC SOCIALISTS OF AMERICA IN SUPPORT OF RAIL UNION WORKERS

The rail freight carriers that employ approximately 125,000 unionized employees have spent years prioritizing shareholders and executives, making record profits for the railroad industry. At the same time, the carriers...

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60 Years of Failed Policy: Boston DSA Leads the Way in Ending the Embargo on Cuba

Sixty Years after the US Navy’s Caribbean fleet first created a picket around the island of Cuba, the United States’ cruel and aimless embargo of Cuba continues. Despite decades of...

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