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Date(s) - 12/16/17
2:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Henrietta Acampora Cottage Rec Center

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Join the Suffolk County Democratic Socialists of America for our 7th chapter meeting! We have a carpool system (see below) and will have a Childcare Professional on-site.

We will be doing the following:
— Kicking things off with our first annual Holiday Party – please bring a dish or sweets to share with others!
— Hold a discussion about Solidarity Economies (CSAs, Co-ops, etc.) and if they can be a solid foundation for socialism.
— ‘Slack 101’ live training and support session. Slack is the platform we chat online with and do working group/committee work on between meetings.
— Discuss the latest on our new member Handbook and Chapter Code of Conduct
— Hold a vote to appoint the chair of our Single Payer working group and Mobilizer program.
— Discuss developing a ‘Report Card’ for 2018 political candidates in local elections.
— New member introductions and Feedback session.
— Discuss the next steps for our Mobility For All Campaign

Need a ride? Can offer a ride to comrades in need? Please click here to sign up. https://www.groupcarpool.com/t/t89pkw


The DSA is a family-friendly organization, therefore folks of all ages are welcome and encouraged at this event. This event is wheelchair accessible and there are two accessible parking spots near the entrance, which is at the back of the building from the Montauk Highway entrance. Please contact Rose at rosesayre [at] gmail [dot] com for questions and assistance regarding accessibility.

If you need a ride, or can offer one to the meeting please click here to sign up: (Coming soon)

Suffolk County DSA is a Long Island local of Democratic Socialists of America, the largest socialist organization in the United States with over 30,000 members. Join DSA here: https://dsausa.nationbuilder.com/join

Suffolk-DSA is run by its members and organizers who are working together to revitalize the left on Long Island, nurture solidarity, create community, and build coalitions to fight for reforms that challenge the 2 party political system and improve the lives of working people.