Create a more equitable world by establishing socialism as a political force
Our government and economy should operate, through social ownership, for the benefit of all
Don’t miss out on the July Chapter Meeting. We’ll meet to discuss a number of different priorities tonight, July 20, at 7 pm.
RSVP for the meeting here, and we’ll see you there!
Join Fast-Food Worker Strike Solidarity Event Today, July 20
Workers at McDonald’s and other fast-food restaurants are on strike.
Today, July 20, join these workers in a show of solidarity when they meet at the Schnucks parking lot at 4171 Lindell Boulevard, at 11:45 am, along with Show Me $15, Jobs for Justice, and others demanding they receive a minimum of a $15/hour wage.
Find more info on the strike solidarity event here.
Sign Up for the Last Socialist Night School!
It’s almost time for the last Socialist Night School series! If you haven’t yet, sign up for the event — Socialist Futures — which takes place next Tuesday, July 27, at 7 pm. RSVP and find the readings here.
This night-school series is intended to create a climate of political discussion, comradely debate, and shared understanding. Our classes will provide a unique educational atmosphere — one detached from the dominant, competitive for-profit model and rooted in the political struggles of working people. Everyone is welcome!. Please feel free to invite family and/or friends, as well.
RSVP for the SNS End of Semester Party on Friday, July 30
To celebrate the end of this year’s Socialist Night School series, STL DSA is hosting a party (complete with pizza and kickball!) at the Humboldt South Pavilion in Tower Grove Park on Friday, July 30, from 6 to 8 pm. Everyone is welcome to join the event, including non-members.
RSVP for the End of Semester Party here.
Next SocFem Book Club Meetup Scheduled for July 26!
Join the Socialist Feminist Working Group for its book club! The second meeting is Monday, July 26, at the Cypress North Pavilion at Tower Grove Park, at 7 pm. We’ll be discussing the remainder of “Freedom is a Constant Struggle” by Angela Davis (chapters 5-10).
Anyone is welcome to join (both members and non-members)!RSVP for the event here.
Community Committee Meeting
The Community Committee will be back in action next Wednesday, July 28, at 6 pm. Join us to discuss some of our upcoming events and how we feel about returning to in-person meetings, as well as learn how to do one-on-one conversations with both each other and our other comrades.
RSVP for the meeting here. See ya Wednesday!
2021 DSA Convention Updates!
Just a reminder that this August is DSA’s biennial national convention—the highest governing body of the organization, where national leaders are elected and priorities are set.
STL DSA is sending eight delegates, so keep your eyes peeled for some upcoming events and presentations where the delegates will keep everybody in the loop on what to expect.
You can find more information at the official convention website here.
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For decades, the working class, poor, and people of color have long suffered the effects of austerity and cuts to public services while the wealthy have gotten richer and more powerful. In order to pass a People First Budget, St. Louis DSA demands the following of local politicians to
Our chapter has passed some resolutions establishing certain chapter priorities.
If you're new to DSA, please sign up to help in one or more using the form below.