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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June 3, 2020
  • Labor Working Group Meeting

    June 3, 2020  6:30 pm - 8:30 pm

    SEIU 32BJ Meeting Hall 26 West Street Boston MA United States 02111

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    The Boston DSA Labor Working Group meets every month, on the first Wednesday of the month from 6:30-8:30pm. Note that for January 2020 this date is being bumped a week later due to the holiday!!

    Our specific meeting room within the building is room 2B on the second floor. NOTE: We're holding meetings over Zoom for the time being. Please reach out to labor@bostondsa.org to get on the listserv and receive the Zoom link.

    Agenda will be posted on the labor working group listserv in advance of each meeting. Please reach out to labor@bostondsa.org with any questions you may have!! :)

    The SEIU 32BJ meeting space downtown is handicapped accessible with elevator access to the meeting room, which is on the second floor. The front door to the building may require assistance to hold open for anyone with mobility limitations.

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

Police Riot at Straight Pride Parade

– Joey P There was a police riot at the Straight Pride Parade. Straight Pride is Hate Pride was a peaceful protest marred by repeated attempts by the police to...

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No Surrender

A world of hurt You may already know by now that Bernie Sanders has suspended his presidential candidate campaign. It feels like a lifetime ago that a glorious moment had...

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