Fort Collins Democratic Socialists of America

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Fort Collins Democratic Socialists of America is a Colorado affiliate of Democratic Socialists of America.

Occupy Fort Collins

David Klausa, left, and Dan Michniewicz of Fort Collins DSA at Zuccotti Park in NYC

The Occupy Fort Collins demonstration is a part of the Occupy Movement which began on Sept. 17, 2011 with the original Occupy Wall Street demonstration in New York City.

Dan Michniewicz of Fort Collins Democratic Socialists of America reported on the origins of the Occupy Fort Collins demonstration:[1]

"At its monthly meeting in September, the Fort Collins Democratic Socialists of America branch did the initial organizing for Occupy Fort Collins. It then turned over all decision making to the general assembly. Many of the folks who stop by the occupation are receptive to DSA's message and interested in learning more about the organization. I managed the Occupy Fort Collins Facebook page and Twitter feed before leaving for New York to take part in the protest there."

The Occupy Fort Collins demonstration is a part of the Occupy Movement which began on Sept. 17, 2011 with the original Occupy Wall Street demonstration in New York City.

Dan Michniewicz and David Klausa of Fort Collins Democratic Socialists of America reported on the origins of the Occupy Fort Collins demonstration:[1]

A Workshop with Bill Barclay

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U.S. Capitalism in Crisis and Social Market Alternatives: A Workshop with Bill Barclay

Public · Hosted by Fort Collins Democratic Socialists of America

Sunday, June 24, 2012 at 6 PM MDT

Bizarre Bazaar, 254 Linden St, Old Town Fort Collins[2]

Invited on Facebook

Interested

Went

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