Conversation With Kamau Franklin Inspires Us

Kamau Franklin is a long-time community organizer currently with Community Movement Builders, Inc, ​a 501(c)(3) member-based collective of black people building sustainable, self-determining communities through cooperative economic platforms and collective community organizing. On Feb. 10 he shared his experience and insights with about 35 MADSA members and friends. His talk, in the form of a… Read more »

MADSA Podcast – Episode 1 – Kamau Franklin Speaks

MADSA Podcast – Episode 1 – Kamau Franklin Speaks

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Metro Atlanta DSA Speaks with Veteran Community Activist Kamau Franklin on Black Liberation, Sustainable (socialist) Communities and the role of Elections in freedom struggles

Stone Mt. Feb. 2: “Flower Power Beats Fascist Cowards”

The Ku Klux Klan and their white supremacist allies melted away like snowflakes from their plan to hold a “Rock Stone Mountain” rally in support of Confederate monuments on Feb. 2, due to “infighting and fear for their personal safety,” according to the Atlanta Constitution. YDSA and DSA members from Metro Atlanta and other Southern… Read more »

January Meeting: Visions for 2019

At MADSA’s January general meeting we passed four “vision” proposals that members had submitted to guide our work during the coming year. A fifth proposal was tabled till the February meeting, for lack of time. All five can be read (as amended) here, and others can be submitted for consideration, two weeks in advance of… Read more »