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We Are the Sacramento Chapter of the Democratic Socialists of America

We are socialists because we reject an economic order based on private profit, alienated labor, gross inequalities of wealth and power, discrimination based on race and sex, and brutality and violence in defense of the status quo. We are socialists because we share a vision of a humane social order based on popular control of resources and production, economic planning, equitable distribution, feminism, racial equality, and non-oppressive relationships. We are socialists because we are developing a concrete strategy for achieving that vision, for building a majority movement that will make democratic socialism a reality in America. We believe that such a strategy must acknowledge the class structure of American society and that this class structure means that there is a basic conflict of interest between those sectors with enormous economic power and the vast majority. (DSA constitution Article II. Purpose)

  • Upcoming events

    Fred Glass: California Labor History and Resistance in the Time of Trump

    When: Tuesday, January 16, 2018 at 06:00 PM
    Where: Sacramento Central Labor Council in Sacramento, CA




    DSA Sacramento and the Sacramento Central Labor Council proudly welcome author, documentarian, and labor activist Fred Glass as he delivers his presentation "California Labor History and Resistance in the Time of Trump."

    Fred Glass is the former Communications Director for the California Federation of Teachers and author of the new book From Mission to Microchip: A History of the California Labor Movement (University of California Press, 2016). He is the producer for the ten-part documentary video series on the history of the California labor
    movement, Golden Lands, Working Hands (1999), aired on most PBS stations in California. He is also instructor of Labor and Community Studies at City College of San Francisco.

    This event is FREE and open to the public. All are welcome to attend. 

    Copies of Glass' book "From Mission to Microchip: A History of the California Labor Movement" will be available for purchase.


    Labor Solidarity Committee Meeting

    When: Wednesday, January 17, 2018 at 06:00 PM
    Where: Shine Cafe in Sacramento, CA

    Want to learn about and get support in building power in your workplace to make real change for you and your co-workers? Start 2018 off right by joining the Labor Committee at our next meeting.

    We will be planning upcoming educational workshops, speaker series, workers' rights training, and workplace organizer training.

    Can't make it to the meeting, but want to be involved with the Labor Committee? Join the Sacramento DSA Flying Squad to get alerted about all local labor direct action.

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    Thank you for your interest in joining DSA Sacramento! Signing up will allow us to contact you about upcoming meetings and rallies. Please also consider signing up through the national DSA.