News & Updates

Immigration Justice - Resources

In response to the Trump administration's racist and xenophobic threat of ICE Raids targeting 2,000 families in US Cities, DSA-LA's Immigration Justice Committee has compiled a list of community resources from organizations we trust and respect along with literature for political education.  This is an ever expanding list and we encourage you to reach out to us for contributions.  The Immigration Justice Committee fights to organize and support the self-organization of immigrant communities as a central struggle in the larger fight against capitalism. Immigration Justice Email: immigrationjustice(at)dsa-la.org Join the Immigration Justice Committee Continue reading

DSA-LA Endorses Loraine Lundquist for City Council

Loraine Lundquist has supported DSA-LA’s work and now we’ve voted to support her in the election for City Council District 12! The primary is on June 4, 2019. Continue reading

Steering Committee Elections

This May, DSA Los Angeles will be holding elections for the next Steering Committee, and Nominations will officially open on Thursday, May 2. Continue reading

March for Justice: Standing in Solidarity with the Armenian Community

The Democratic Socialists of America - Los Angeles Chapter joins the Armenian community in its continued fight for a just resolution and against denial of the Armenian Genocide. DSA-LA recognizes and commemorates the one and a half million Armenians who were killed between 1915 and 1923. Continue reading

DSA-LA Moving Forward

Statement by Committee Leadership and Membership of Agitprop, Climate Justice, Healthcare, Housing & Homelessness, Immigration Justice, Labor, Membership, Mutual Aid, NOlympics LA, and Prison Abolition Committees Continue reading

Writers are Workers, Not Package Deals

Hollywood is subject to the same destructive capitalist pressures that have impacted the rest of the country, whether it be the liquidation of brick and mortar stores for parts at the expense of workers or the price gouging that has spread through the healthcare industry like a disease. Continue reading

DSA-LA for Jackie Goldberg Campaign

DSA-LA is proud to endorse Jackie Goldberg in the May 14th Los Angeles Unified School Board District 5 special election. Back in January, the entire Los Angeles chapter overwhelmingly voted to approve the Electoral Politics Committees endorsement proposal to endorse DSA-LA member Jackie Goldberg. This is a crucial election — if Jackie wins in the General Election on May 14, that means that the teachers can consolidate the gains they made in the UTLA strike, and stave off the threat of privatization from the charter school lobby.Canvassing is critical to our work — join us! Canvassing Schedule Saturday, March 23rd - Canvass in Highland Park and Canvass in Echo Park Sunday, March 31st - Canvass in Los Feliz and a bilingual canvass in Southeast LA Saturday, April 6th - Bilingual canvass in East Los Angeles Sunday, April 7th - DSA-LA Union Members Canvass Continue reading

Street Watch Mission Statement

As capitalism continues to force working class people to live in the streets, Street Watch will stand with our working class and unhoused community members in the fight to end criminalization, increase public control of resources, and accelerate a socialist movement for housing as a human right.   Continue reading

When We Strike (Support) We Win!

Over the course of January, public education won historic victories across Los Angeles. Rank and file members of the United Teachers of Los Angeles (UTLA) went on strike on Monday, January 14 not only to secure a fair contract for teachers, but to show privatizers — and their billionaire backers — that parents, teachers, and community members were ready to defend and expand every student’s right to a quality public education.   Continue reading

ADEM Elections are here: Help fight the Corporate Democrats and support Socialists!

We are excited to support the Progressive Labor slates running to contest the corporate power within the Democratic Party this month! We have at least 50 members running for delegate spots in progressive labor slates across LA County! Continue reading