Upcoming Events:


    March 3, 2021 | 7 p.m. | RSVP

    Meeting of STL DSA's Electoral Working Group. Please Note: This event is STL DSA members only

  • Community Committee and Build Our Base - March 2021 (Newbie Friendly)

    March 4, 2021 | 7 p.m. | RSVP


    We are on a roll, lately! With our charter's language agreed upon, we are using this meeting to vote and ratify our hard work. So, if you've been to a community committee meeting before, make sure to show up and vote!

    Aside from that, we have to finish planning our canvass. We have a few details handled, but it's time to divvy the work and get crackin'.


    Last Meeting's Minutes and Notes

    This is a Newbie Friendly event! If you're new to DSA and want to jump right in, this is definitely the meeting for you. We'll be discussing some of the drier details, but I like to think that this is the sort of stuff you came for. :P

  • SocFem Working Group Meeting

    March 9, 2021 | 6:30 p.m. | RSVP

    We will vote on co-chairs and get an update on Fund-a-Thon and our other direct action initiatives!

  • Victims of COVID, Victims of Capitalism Candlelight Vigil

    March 13, 2021 | 6:30 p.m. | RSVP

    Join us for a candlelight vigil to mourn the many losses we've experienced this last year because of racial capitalism's inability to protect us through COVID. We will have candles & paper to write names of loved ones, jobs, times with friends, and any other loss we've endured, and we'll build an alter to honor them. Feel free to bring your own pictures or other items to add to the alter.

    **This is an outdoor event, in Trinity's parking lot. We will be practicing social distancing and masks are REQUIRED. We will have masks available at the event as well **

    March 13th marks the 1 year anniversary of St. Louis City & County issuing measures to slow the spread of COVID. For a year, the COVID-19 pandemic has taken our loved ones from us. It has cost us our jobs, our housing, our healthcare, and caused untold suffering due to isolation from our families, friends, and communities.

    However, this suffering has not been spread out evenly. Working class and poor people have borne the brunt of this pain, with black and brown and LGBTQ working class communities seeing the most devastation. The capitalist class of business owners and investors who run most companies have seen their fortunes grow to unimaginable levels while suffering little of the pandemic’s effects.

    These are not victims of COVID, but victims of racial capitalism.

    We fight for a different world, one where we have an economy and government that is truly democratic & capable of rising to such a challenge as COVID. But we must also take time to heal.

    We hope you will join us for what we hope will be a healing event for all of us.

    "Mourn the dead, and fight like hell for the living." - Mother Jones


    March 18, 2021 | 7 p.m. | RSVP

    St. Louis DSA Electoral Working Group Meeting. Please note: This event is for members only.