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Good Morning Chicago DSA, In lieu of my usual rambling intro, I’ll turn it over to Kevin Robinson, speaking on behalf of the Labor Branch and the CPS Strike Solidarity Campaign: This is it folks: unless Lori Lightfoot and her unelected school board can make an offer to CPS teachers and staff that will substantially… Read More

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Good Morning Chicago DSA, We are inching closer to a big honkin’ strike, with teachers and support staff at Chicago Public Schools still being given the cold shoulder by the city. If you weren’t already aware, the Executive Committee voted last month to create a solidarity campaign under the Labor Branch to support the workers… Read More

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Good Morning Chicago DSA, Amid a series of strikes and in a political climate that continues to devolve into chaos, CDSA (and DSA as a whole) has the power to affect real change and push the world in a better direction. To that end, we’ve got our next general membership meeting coming up a week… Read More

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Good Morning Afternoon Chicago DSA, My sincerest apologies for not sending this email out at its usual time. I completely dropped the ball and have no excuse. Unfortunately, this means that the three events for today have either already finished or will very soon, but I’m including them anyway for the sake of consistency. Again,… Read More

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Good Morning Chicago DSA, The Chicago For Bernie campaign is underway! It was great to see so many comrades out there canvassing for the only socialist in the Democratic Presidential race. I wish I could’ve joined y’all. If you, like me, missed out and want to live vicariously through photos, check out the CDSA Twitter… Read More

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Good Morning Chicago DSA, Not gonna say much today, because we’ve got a heavy week on our hands, culminating in two big ones next weekend (plus two canvasses and facilitator training for the fall semester of our Socialist Night School): Candidate interviews for our 2020 endorsement process, and our Socialist Summer BBQ! Savvy readers may… Read More