Seattle DSA endorses the following statement by the autonomous movement to Defend The Atlanta Forest. On January 18, Atlanta police murdered Manuel “Tortuguita” Teran, a young queer activist, forest defender, … Read more
The following is an opinion piece from a Seattle DSA member and may or may not represent the opinion of our chapter. Today, Seattle city council will be voting on … Read more
In 2019 the Seattle elections became a referendum on who runs the city: big business or working people. Amazon and big business made it crystal clear that the biggest prize for the establishment would be getting rid of socialist city councilmember Kshama Sawant. But working class people fought back and won: decisively demonstrating Amazon can’t buy city hall.