By: Mary Croy One of the lasting lessons of the COVID 19 pandemic should be the importance of public health infrastructure. The disastrous response by the federal government and most state and local governments should result in a demand for robust public health programs on all levels. Lessons can be drawn from the past. Before … Continue reading The Key to Good Health is Public
A long-time member of Socialist Alternative talks about the organization’s approach to elections and their most well-known member, Seattle City Councilor Kshama Sawant Continue reading What Madison Can Learn from Kshama Sawant
Ten years after the historic uprising against Scott Walker’s attack on Wisconsin unions, Frank Emspak reflects on the labor movement’s prospects and predicament. Continue reading Commemorating the Wisconsin Uprising
Madison Area DSA has endorsed two candidates for Madison Common Council who will be on the ballot for the February 16 primary. For more information on registering to vote and absentee voting, Madison residents can refer to the Madison City Clerk’s website. What is On the Ballot? The February 16th election is a non-partisan primary. … Continue reading Madison Area DSA’s February 16 Primary Voter Guide
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