Sign Up for Tomorrow’s Socialist Night School: “Theories of Social Change”
It’s time for round four of the Socialist Night School series! If you haven’t yet, sign up for the fourth event — Theories of Social Change — which takes place tomorrow at 7 pm. RSVP and find the readings here.
We’ll be meeting every other Tuesday night from 7 - 8:30 pm, CDT, over Zoom from June 1 through July 27. 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 to come to any of the sessions. Please feel free to invite family and/or friends, as well.
Each night school event will come with short readings to help ground our discussions. Find the rest of the Socialist Night School lineup under “Upcoming Events,” below.
Join Communications Committee for Its Meeting This Weekend
Are you interested in social media? Graphic design? Writing, editing, photography or something else? Then, join the Communications Committee for its upcoming meeting this Sunday, July 18.
Whether you already have experience in any of these areas, or you’re looking to learn more and help out, we want to see you there! RSVP for the meeting here.
Save the Date: Post-SNS Pizza and Kickball 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 the event, including non-members.
We’ll send out more details and an RSVP link in next week’s email, but for now, save the date!
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.
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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