Still Standing Up For Refugees, Immigrants, Muslims

As a community, we protested outside of the Atlanta Immigration Court March 11 to demonstrate our resistance and demand that the cities and counties we live in stop supporting Trump’s agenda by refusing to use its resources to assist in the deportation of our immigrant communities, by ceasing to detain immigrants for ICE in the… Read more »

We Are Learning Our ABCs – of Socialism

In DSA we believe that to be effective, we must combine action with reflection – theory as well as practice. To help new members understand democratic socialism and to refresh long-term members’ thinking about our values and analysis, the Education working group, headed by Ray Miklethun, launched a 5-week study group based on Jacobin magazine’s… Read more »

Packed Meeting Shares Info on Local Actions

More than 80 people crowded into our meeting space at the Open Door Community (ODC) Feb. 11. A majority were new and potential members. We are looking for a larger space for our April meeting. (Photo: Reid Freeman Jenkins) After ODC founder and MADSA member Ed Loring gave a heartfelt farewell (he and others are… Read more »

Jan. 29: Solidarity With Standing Rock, Refugees, Muslims

The busy day started with a demonstration of solidarity with the Standing Rock Sioux protest against the Dakota Access pipeline (DAPL) that threatens a major water source and sacred sites. A crowd of about 500, including MADSA members Dani Atlanta, Barbara Joye, Daniel Hanley and Reid Jenkins, marched from a rally at Piedmont Park to… Read more »