(National DSA) DSA Q&A feat. the PRO Act

May 8, 2021

This event is hosted by National DSA. RSVP here for the Zoom link!

Interested in DSA but haven’t joined yet? Looking to get involved in the fights to stop evictions, win the PRO Act, or defund the police, but unsure how to get started? Frustrated with the limited possibilities of national, top-down politics and looking for an alternative?

Join DSA leaders from across the country to talk about how organizing as socialists and engaging in mass, bottom-up movement struggle is the best path forward to winning our demands and building a better future, together.

We'll also have leaders from our national PRO Act campaign on to talk about the next steps for growing the labor movement and winning our other demands like a Green New Deal.Interested in DSA but haven’t joined yet? Looking to get involved in the fights to stop evictions, win Medicare for All, defund the police, or pass a Green New Deal, but unsure how to get started? Join DSA leaders from across the country to talk about how organizing as socialists and engaging in mass, bottom-up movement struggle is the best path forward to winning our demands and building a better future, together.

As part of a special DSA Q&A call series featuring PRO Act organizers, we'll answer questions about the PRO Act and what DSA is doing to make sure this legislation passes, as well as any other questions people have about DSA in general.

During the first 100 days of the Biden administration, DSA has been going all in on a national push to pass the PRO Act, which would strengthen unions, root out racist & unjust labor practices like right-to-work laws, guarantee that immigrant workers have the same rights afforded to their fellow workers, build the power of all workers to organize on the job, and grow our collective capacity to win a just transition to a green economy for all in the years ahead.


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When: May 8, 2021, 12:00pm - 2:00pm
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