Nassau County Democratic Socialists of America

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Nassau County Democratic Socialists of America is affiliated with Democratic Socialists of America.

Nassau DSA Chapter Meeting

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Nassau DSA Chapter Meeting Public · Hosted by Nassau County Democratic Socialists of America

Saturday, September 23 at 2 PM - 4 PM

"Yes We Can" Community Center, Westbury, Ny, 141 Garden Street, Westbury, New York 11590

Join us for our first-ever chapter meeting at Yes We Can Community Center in Westbury!

Following introductions, we'll be having an open discussion about our vision of a socialist future as well as the various local campaigns we want to work on.[1]

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Working with LIPC, Democrats

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1990 activity

Nassau County DSA Saturday Seminars heard Hofstra University economics professor R. Guttman discuss "The Social Security Tax and other Tax Inequities" March 31; Trudy Goldberg, director, Adelphi University Center for Policy, on "It's Time for a 'New Deal'" on April 28; and Martin Melkonian, economics professor at Hofstra, May 19 on "Economic Reconversion of Large Military Plants: Reversing the Shrinking Economy."[2]

1991 activity

Nassau DSA's successful Saturday seminars continued in March and April with Patrick Kelly speaking on the new Germany and Bill Spinrad discussing a new political agenda for the United States.[3]

"What Do We Want in the First 100 Days"

In early 1993, Nassau County DSA and the Long Island Progressive Coalition co-sponsored a public forum entitled "What Do We Want in the First 100 Days and What Can We Do to Help Get It?" Over 275 people attended this forum, at which DSA Honorary Chair Barbara Ehrenreich and Hofstra University Professor Michael D’Innocenzo spoke.[4]

Officers

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In 1995;[5]

References

  1. [1]
  2. DEMOCRATIC: LEFT MAY-JUNE 1990, page 8
  3. DEMOCRATIC LEFT MAY/JUNE 1991, page 15
  4. Democratic Left March/April 1993, page 12
  5. Dem. Left, Sept./Oct 1995, page 34