MADSA Members for Working Class Solidarity

As socialists, we support efforts by the working class to organize against the power of our bosses. In fact, DSA’s 2017 national convention declared labor organizing one of our priorities. It’s not always easy for those of us with day jobs or full-time school schedules to join a labor action, but here are two recent… Read more »

Speaking Truth to Georgia Power

Every three years the Georgia Power Company submits an Integrated Resource Plan “to meet Georgia’s future energy needs” for approval by the Georgia Public Service Commission, which holds public hearings on the plan. On April 8 a coalition of 17 organizations, including MADSA, Move Georgia Beyond Coal, and the Sierra Club, provided public comments to… Read more »

Sine Die: Don’t Mourn, Organize!

MADSA members joined progressive activists gathered at the Capitol for “Sine Die,” the last day of Georgia’s legislative session, to oppose a slew of right-wing bills that had made their way through the legislature. The most extreme attack passed this session was the viciously anti-woman House Bill 481. Drafted by reactionary ideologue Ed Setzler (House… Read more »

Fond Farewell to Minnie Ruffin, Bob and Judy Wohlhueter

This month MADSA remembers three long-time leaders of our organization who are leaving Atlanta to be near their families: Minnie Ruffin represented MADSA for many years at the weekly Coalition for the People’s Agenda meetings, served on the Coalition’s board, and worked with leader Helen Butler to fight for voting rights. She participated in many… Read more »