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.

Next Event

March 20, 2019
  • Tech & Infrastructure Committee Meeting

    March 20, 2019  7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

    50 Milk St, Boston, MA 02110, USA

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    We will meet in the lobby and go up as a group
    Time: 7-9pm
    Address: 50 Milk St
    Floor: TBD
    Room: TDB

    Join us for the monthly Tech & Infrastructure Committee meeting where we discuss ongoing projects and opportunities for direct action. Unless otherwise specified, meetings are held at spaces provided by Impact Hub at 50 Milk Street in Downtown Boston (exact location to be announced on Slack and Google Group email list).

    Please RSVP before coming to a meeting so we know how many people to expect for room booking. Join the #cmt-tech-infra channel on Slack or send an email to tech@bostondsa.org for more information on how to get involved.
    50 Milk Street is wheelchair accessible.
    The Boston DSA Tech & Infra Committee aims to be accessible to all.
    Contact the accessibility team at accessibility@bostondsa.org with questions/concerns/comments.
    Use the form at http://bit.ly/bdsaaccess to request accommodations.

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

On Gun Violence

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