East Bay DSA is comprised of hundreds of volunteers who work every week, even every day, to build a progressive community in the East Bay. DSA campaign work comes in many forms, including canvassing, calling, posting, and organizing among its members and the greater community.
East Bay DSA for Bernie is part of a national campaign for DSA, to bring together the “us” that will put Bernie in the White House, and then go on to create the grassroots political power needed to transform our economy and politics into a true democracy, where ordinary people have everything they need to live free and flourishing lives.
ATU Local 192 Strike Support
The Amalgamated Transit Union Local 192 is AC Transit’s union of bus operators, mechanics and other AC Transit workers, and they may have to strike to fight for a fair and just contract for riders and workers. We stand with AC Transit workers in their fight for justice on the job, and for high-quality public transportation for all!
Learn more about ATU Local 192 Strike Support.
Medicare for All
One of our first campaigns, DSA is fighting for Medicare for All, also known as single-payer healthcare, and we're winning. See the progress we're making and how you can get involved.
Learn more about Medicare for All
Labor Support Rapid Response
Inspired by teacher, nurse, and city worker strikes? Excited to support rank-and-file workers on the picket line in the East Bay? Join the Labor Support Rapid Response system to be notified by the East Bay DSA Labor Committee via text message about strikes and public actions.
Learn more about the Labor Support Rapid Response
Let's Own PG&E
Pacific Gas & Electric is the investor-owned utility in Northern California responsible for wildfires that have cost lives and property for thousands of working-class people. It's time to take PG&E under public and worker ownership to bring energy to everyone and ensure the safety of the infrastructure.
Learn more about Let's Own PG&E
Mosser Tenant Union
We’re partnering with ACCE to support the newly formed Mosser Tenants Union. We are fighting against the Mosser corporation, a $1.5 billion corporate landlord that is exploiting a loophole in Oakland rent laws to try to raise rents on tenants by as much as 10%. Mosser has systematically filed petitions against 17 Oakland buildings, impacting over 500 tenants and potentially displacing vulnerable seniors, people with disabilities, and struggling working class families who can’t afford another rent hike. Join us as we fight for housing as a human right and build a multiracial movement of working class tenants!