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  • Detroit DSA Ecosocialists at Water is Life Festival to STOP LINE 5 2022

  • Detroit DSA fights for public transit expansion across Metro Detroit 2022

  • Detroit DSA Support Great Lakes Coffee Barista in union recognition fight 2022

  • Detroit DSA Supports U of M Nurses on Strike 2022

  • Detroit DSA marches in support of abortion rights 2022

  • Detroit DSA Congresswoman Rashida Tlaib speaking in support of a green new deal

  • DSA Stands with Marriot hotel workers on strike

Who we are & what we do

The Democratic Socialists of America (DSA) is the largest socialist organization in the United States. We believe that the economy should be run democratically, by working people, to meet human needs—not to make profits for a few. We are an activist organization, not a political party. We oppose all forms of oppression, including those based on race, immigration status, ethnicity, religion, ability, gender, and sexuality.

Here in Detroit—and in chapters around the country—DSA members are building movements for social change and establishing a democratic socialist presence in American communities and politics. Today, there are five DSA members in Congress, including our very own Rep. Rashida Tlaib (D-MI). More are on their way.

General meetings take place on the first Saturday of the month in downtown Detroit.

 

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About DSA

We’re not a political party or a non-profit, we’re a socialist organization.

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