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Good Morning Chicago DSA, Hope everyone’s staying cool, even as the earth continues to melt down around us. Temperatures like this really help crystallize the idea that climate change is here and we have a very limited window to do something before the whole thing goes to hell. On that front, we’ve got an exciting… Read More

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Good Morning Chicago DSA, Lots of stuff happening again this weekend, including a very busy Wednesday evening, so I’ll try to keep this brief. I may be pretty much alone in this, but I enjoy a good meeting. That is, one with vibrant discussions and comradely debate. And boy did we have a good, long… Read More

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Good Morning Chicago DSA, It’s a very light week this week, what with the holiday and all. Hopefully all of you can find time to celebrate with friends and/or family, hopefully without too much masturbation to The Concept Of America involved. If you’re not otherwise busy, there is the Socialism Conference, down at McCormick Place… Read More

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Good Morning Chicago DSA, Hello everyone! I, as you may have expected if you read last week’s email, am not Zach Shearer. I am Caleb Nordgren, and I was elected the new CDSA Communications Coordinator this past week. Technically, my term doesn’t start until July 1st, but as Zach is currently off backpacking across the… Read More

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On the morning of Saturday, August 18, more than 50 members of the Lift the Ban Coalition and the Grassroots Education Movement (GEM) coalition marched to State Senate President John Cullerton’s house in Ravenswood and camped out until afternoon. Cullerton has blocked legislation for statewide rent control and an elected school board for Chicago. The coalition’s… Read More

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By Sean Duffy Last month CDSA’s Socialist Feminist Working Group hosted their first educational event, Socialist Feminism 101. A crowd of roughly fifty gathered at the Manning Branch Library, a midpoint between the North Side, South Side, and West Cook branches, and were led by members of the SocFem WG through a robust primer covering… Read More