Thank you for visiting our website. We are the Columbus, Ohio chapter of the Democratic Socialists of America.   As a political activist group, our efforts involve many movements and ideas to progressively evolve the world into a more equitable society. We are affiliated with Democratic Socialists of America.


New Member Orientation

Monday November 28, 2016 starting at 6PM

The Democratic Socialists of Central Ohio are holding a meeting for people interested in socialist organizing.  With Trump's victory it is crucial that people get organized to resist his right-wing agenda. 

Please join us to learn more about Democratic Socialism, Democratic Socialists of America, and our plans to resist Trump. Use the below buttons to RSVP so that we can estimate the number of attendees for the event
 
Location: Columbus Spaghetti Warehouse
                  397 W. Broad St., Columbus, OH 43235



 

 

 

 

For a Feminist Socialism by Simone Morgen

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Why a Feminist Socialism?  Why, indeed?  Isn't Rosa Luxemburg a social icon?  Don't socialism's core values of equal treatment of all persons, without prejudice or disparate treatment, address feminist concerns? 

From:  Democratic Left, Winter 2013.  Read the article!

http://www.dsausa.org/for_a_feminist_socialism

 

Socialist Readings

:http://d3n8a8pro7vhmx.cloudfront.net/dsausa/pages/836/attachments/original/1378412677/DSA_Readings_Section_Two_What_is_the_Goal_of_Socialist_Organizing_Today.pdf?1378412677

Demand Everything.  Lesson of the Transformative Organizing Model

Action will be Taken.  Left Anti-intellectualism and its Discontents.

 

50th Anniversary of Michael Harrington's "The Other America" at Progress Ohio.  Watch the Complete Program!  Panelists: Keith Kilty, Bob Fitrakis, Fadhel Kaboub, Kevin Boyle, Linda Cook, and Lisa Hamler-Fugitt

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Presentation by Bill Barclay, DSA member and member of the Chicago Political Economy Group (www.cpegonline.org)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Democratic Socialists believe that both the economy and society should be run democratically—to meet public needs, not to make profits for a few. To achieve a more just society, many structures of our government and economy must be radically transformed through greater economic and social democracy so that ordinary Americans can participate in the many decisions that affect our lives.

   

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