By Frank Emspak Labor Day is here, and the usual suspects will write the usual pieces, either describing organized labor on its deathbed, or claiming organized labor is about to experience a rebirth because of new leadership and the possible … Continue reading Labor Day 2021
Comedy on State is bringing known abuser Louis C.K. to their establishment July 25-27 for a total of five phone-free performances. While these performances are listed on the venue’s website, they were not posted on social media, further indicating that … Continue reading MADSA Socialist Feminists call for the boycott of Comedy on State!
Red Madison is starting a Podcast! This week Co-hosts Jen and Tessa introduce the new podcast of the Madison Area DSA, called Forward, Comrades. The episode highlights two speeches given at a Palestine Solidarity Rally by Ashley Hudson and Rowan. … Continue reading Forward, Comrades: Red Madison’s new Podcast.
In advance of a Madison DSA event, Building the Union Without Permission, Monday February 1st at 6:30pm, Frank Emspak spoke with Angaza Laughinghouse, member of North Carolina Public Services Union and veteran of black liberation, anti-imperialist, and workers’ rights struggles. … Continue reading “We Brought Our Fighting Spirit From the South” – An interview with Angaza Laughinghouse, UE 150
by Jon Isaac March 16, 1970: Teaching assistants and other graduate workers at the University of Wisconsin–Madison stood outside campus buildings chanting and holding signs, where just a week earlier they had been teaching classes. Some brought their dogs, others … Continue reading Shut it Down: The 1970 TAA Strike
By: Sarah Glomski, HGO Madison Area DSA (MADSA) is currently accepting nominations for a Harassment and Grievance Officer. Per our constitution and bylaws and in accordance with National DSA policy, our chapter has two Harassment and Grievance Officers (HGO), who … Continue reading Harassment and Grievance Officers and their Important Role in creating a Socialist Future