TCDSA Socialist Feminist Branch Bylaws

Participation A branch member is a current Twin Cities DSA member (with dues paid to DSA National, or within the one-year grace period for dues payment) who affirms their intent to be an active branch member in a poll conducted periodically by the chairs. (Timing of the poll is at the chairs’ discretion.) Branch members… Read more »

TCDSA Steering Committee

Chapter co-chairs: Rita T., Tim S. Treasurer: Ezra I. Technology Coordinator: Eugene B. Recording Secretary: Tracy W. Political Education Coordinator: Kevin M. Political Action Coordinator: Isuru H. Ecosocialism Branch representative: Maggie S. Electoral Branch representative: John H. Labor Branch representative: Nazir K.  Socialist Feminist Branch representative: Bree R. Updated 10/7/2019

Did you know that freelancers and authors have a union?

Yes, it’s true. For decades, a nationwide union chapter, UAW Local 1981, has existed under its alternate name of the National Writers Union or NWU. This union fights for free speech, net neutrality, fair contracts between freelance writers and publishers, and other issues of interest to writers of all kinds. They also provide contract negotiation… Read more »

Keeping Up the Pressure on Concentration Camp Investors: A Tour of Corporate Shame and a Weekend of Action

Concentration camps are big business. Minneapolis has no shortage of corporations profiting off human suffering and misery, as immigrants are targeted at the border and throughout the country. Locally, TCDSA members have helped launch a campaign against Thrivent, a local “ethical” investment bank that invests in Core Civic and GEO Group, the two main companies… Read more »

No Trump in Our City

Trump wants to win Minnesota, and he’s coming to lead a rally of his bigoted supporters in downtown Minneapolis on Thursday, October 10, to prove he can. Let’s show him that this state wants nothing to do with him or the Republican party. Bring your best signs about the rights of migrants and refugees, women,… Read more »

The Fight For 15 At MSP Airport

In early 2015 a fight was raging at the airport between workers on the one side and large corporations and their political supporters on the other over what the minimum wage would be for airport workers. Ultimately, workers were only able to wrest one dollar per hour above the Minnesota state minimum wage ($9.65) from… Read more »