Connecting at our Holiday Party

Some 75 DSA members, prospective members and friends enjoyed refreshments and fellowship at our “Holiday Party and Post-Election Connection” Dec. 16 in the First Existentialist Congregation sanctuary. MADSA Chair Milt Tambor reviewed our recent membership growth and introduced contact people for our working groups, inspiring many to sign up to participate. See photo at right:… Read more »

Atlantans Fight for $15 on National Day of Disruption

In coordination with “National Day of Disruption” actions throughout the country, Atlantans demonstrated on Nov. 29 for a living wage of $15/hr and a union for low-income workers employed in jobs such as fast food, home care, and airport services. The day started with a 6 a.m. “strike line and pray-in” by clergy that State… Read more »

Atlantans Say No to Pipeline on National Day of Action

Supporters of the Standing Rock protest against the Dakota Access Pipeline marched from CNN Center to the headquarters of Suntrust Bank, one of many large banks that fund the pipeline – Atlanta’s contribution to a nationwide day of protest. Led by a group of Native Americans and activists from the Georgia Latino Alliance for Human… Read more »