Atlanta Demands Climate Justice at DSA-Sponsored March

Metro Atlanta DSA joined numerous other community and environmental justice organizations—totalling over 500 Atlanta —activistsin clamoring for bold action by the UN Climate Change Conference in Paris, coinciding with many grassroots mobilizations around the globe. DSA contributed to the Atlanta Climate March in terms of finances, people power, and radical analysis, demonstrating its deep concern… Read more »

2015 Douglass-Debs Dinner Brings Us Together Again

On Nov. 18, a diverse crowd of over 120 community activists and supporters enjoyed MADSA’s ninth annual Douglass-Debs Dinner. After an inspiring speech by Bob King, former president of the United Automobile Workers – and a guest appearance by Bernie/Daniel Hanley – we honored Fr. Roy Bourgeois, founder of School of the Americas Watch; former… Read more »

MADSA at National DSA Convention

Nine MADSA members joined over 100 DSA members from across the country to help set the organization’s course for the coming years, share skills and insights in workshops and join in song during a three-day convention Nov. 13-15 at a retreat center in rural Pennsylvania. Participants agreed that the “Bernie moment,” which has enabled DSA’s… Read more »

Clinton rallies in ATL? Shut It Down! Deploy the Berniesignal!

Clinton faced grassroots resistance from multiple organizations, including Metro Atlanta DSA, during her visit to Atlanta this past Friday. Earlier in the day, her appearance at Clark Atlanta University, intended to launch “African Americans for Hillary,” was interrupted as Black Lives Matter protesters with the #AUCShutItDown collective raised their voices, chanted, and started singing. This… Read more »