People’s History: March 21st & the Anti-Apartheid Struggle

The 21st of March marks both one of the most tragic and one of the most joyous events in the struggle against apartheid. On this day in 1960, police in South Africa massacred 69 people demonstrators in the township of Sharpeville. On this day in 1990, Namibia was liberated from apartheid. Read more here: bit.ly/2HTIN5F

Miami DSA T-Shirt Sale

🌹BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND & FOR A LIMITED TIME ONLY! Get your union-made, union-printed Miami DSA swag brought to you by our comrades at Progressive Rags  $20 each. Shipping available within the U.S. Place your orders by 11pm EST 3/30/18 here: bit.ly/305swag

Sharing Sunday

Members of Miami Democratic Socialists of America serving free food at our weekly Sharing Sunday event.

People’s History: The Kronstadt Uprising

On this day in 1921, the Bolshevik Army began an unrelenting assault on the workers, peasants, sailors and citizens of Kronstadt after they demanded the freedom to organize, speak, assemble, and form unions. After holding out for more than a week thousands were killed, executed, or imprisoned for their participation. More here: bit.ly/Kstadt