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  1. Making socialism discussions more accessible

    October 6, 2020

    As Democratic Socialists, we strive to be as inclusive and welcoming as possible, but we also live in an unbelievably complex world. Part of being inclusive means acknowledging that very complexity. We must not reduce the struggles of marginalized…

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  2. Why the Working Class

    September 29, 2020

    To answer the question “Why the working class?” we have to start with what the working class is not. Contrary to what we see in popular culture, class is not expressed in cultural traits, such as whether you drink beer on the front stoop or sip…

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  3. Save the Postal Service - beyond November!

    September 1, 2020

    The United States Postal Service is enshrined in the U. S. Constitution. In the early years of this country, the construction of post offices and roads to serve postal routes, as well as the subsidy of rail lines, and other networking made the…

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  4. Weekly Update

    August 17, 2020

    If you’re a socialist, last week’s political news might have felt like a gut punch. On Wednesday, in the middle of a nationwide uprising against police violence, Joe Biden selected former prosecutor and “top cop” Kamala Harris as his running mate for…

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  5. Standing Together Against Sexual Violence at Dartmouth: Interview with Dartmouth Feminists

    July 27, 2020

    In early July, a federal court judge signed off on a $14.4 million class-action settlement between Dartmouth College and more than seventy women who, over sixteen years, were subjected to sexual harassment and assault by three celebrated—and well…

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  6. Solidarity with Maha Hasan Alshawi

    July 25, 2020

    Earlier this month, Dartmouth College settled a $14.4 million class-action lawsuit with more than 70 women who were subjected to sexual harassment, degradation, and rape by three professors in the department of Psychological and Brain Sciences. The…

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