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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November 29, 2022
  • Chill With Comrades

    November 29, 2022  7:00 pm - 8:30 pm

    45 Day St, Somerville, MA 02144-2823, United States

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    Comrades! We're doing an IN-PERSON chill with comrades at American Flatbread in Somerville, we hope to see you there!

    Let's put the social back in Socialism! Everyone knows that nothing compares to hanging out and socializing with comrades in-person, but since that's not possible due to Covid, this is the next best thing! Take the opportunity to socialize with members of the chapter, as well as cope with the social isolation imposed by the pandemic. There's no meeting agenda for this event, no readings to do in advance, just show up and have a good time! If you have any questions at all, feel free to email us at, mentalhealth@bostondsa.org. We hope to see you there!

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Hear From Us

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

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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Fund, Fix, and Free the T! Boston DSA statement on T closure

Painting credit: @Lizzie Rutberg Today, in an unprecedented and historic move, Governor Charlie Baker’s MBTA will shut down the entire Orange Line for thirty days of emergency maintenance. This, the...

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