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STL DSA Votes to Endorse Katie Bellis


Thanks to Everyone Who Attended the New Member Orientation!


During last week’s Chapter Meeting, membership voted to endorse Katie Bellis in her campaign for Alderperson of Ward 2 in St. Louis City.

We will soon have events for you to take part in - canvasses and more! Stay tuned for those.

In the meantime, Katie’s campaign is holding a fundraiser tomorrow night, January 31, at Arber Cafe. Find more info here.


This Friday: Housing Justice - Homes For All Meeting

Join STL DSA’s Housing Justice Working Group and Homes for All this Friday, February 3, for a meeting to discuss building a tenants’ bill of rights and how to build tenant power. Help us make housing a human right.

The meeting will be from 6 to 7:30 pm at Trinity Church (600 N. Euclid Ave., in the North Parish Hall).

Find more info and RSVP here.

Sign up here if you are interested in getting involved with the Housing Justice Working Group. Regular updates coming soon.


Monthly Drop-in at Earthbound Beer on February 8

Join us for our next Monthly Drop-in next Wednesday, February 8, at Earthbound Beer. We’ll be there from 6 to 8 pm, to talk about STL DSA, meet new or prospective members, share about our current priorities and hang out with comrades.

Find more info and RSVP here.


Join the Community Committee!

Do you want to help others get more involved in STL DSA, make our chapter a welcoming and accessible organization and build a stronger organization that can fight for socialism? If so, join the Community Committee and fill out this interest form.

Our next Community Committee Meeting is on Monday, February 13, at 6 pm. The venue is yet TBD, but RSVP here now, so you get updates when we have a location selected.

Become an Internal Organizer!
Internal Organizers (IOs) are active members who take the lead on regularly reaching out to members (both new and those that have been members for some time). These IOs welcome members into the chapter and help them find areas where they can get involved and become more active within STL DSA.

If you’re interested in becoming an IO, or just want to learn more, please fill out the form here!

If you have any questions about the Community Committee or the work we’re doing, reach out to Co-Chairs Michael T. and Lauren P. at [email protected].


Don’t Miss the First Round of STL DSA’s New Socialist Night School!

The newest installment of the Socialist Night School is here, and for this round of classes, we’re going to be covering organized labor!

Join us for our first class on Tuesday, February 21, at 6:30 pm, at Trinity Church. During this first event, we’ll provide an introduction to labor and the importance of organizing. Readings will be sent out closer to the event, and you can expect plenty of discussion between comrades.

Because this is an in-person event, please make sure to wear a mask. Find more info and RSVP here.

We hope to see you there!


Join the Communications Committee for our next meeting on Thursday, February 16, at 6:30 pm (via Zoom). We’ll be discussing ongoing priorities, as well as some new opportunities to expand what we do and how we support the chapter.

Find more info and RSVP here.

See you there!


Volunteers Needed at the Shelter on Kennerly This Winter

As we enter the beginning of a long winter, shelter space is incredibly important to keeping our unhoused neighbors safe. Rep. Kimberly Ann-Collins has opened a shelter at 4145 Kennerly Ave., St. Louis, MO, 63113, which is currently housing 50 people nightly.

But one person can’t do it all alone, and volunteers are desperately needed to keep the shelter open and running. Roles include staffing the shelter itself and delivering food.

Please sign up for a shift at the Kennerly shelter during this crucial time, and help us meet the needs of our unhoused neighbors while we fight for St. Louis City to meet its responsibilities on shelter and permanent housing.

If you’re interested in volunteering, please contact our Acting Housing Justice Co-Chair Chris W. at [email protected].