Rara Imler

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Rara Imler is a comedian, actor, writer, and adult entertainer from Guam who has used her quarterly showcase of progressive comics, Fistful of Laughs, to fundraise for MADSA. She uses her social media following to advocate for Indigenous, sex worker and LGBTQIA+ rights.

Statement on Anti Blackness in the DSA

Statement on Anti Blackness in the DSA was released in February 2021:

We as the AfroSocialist and Socialists of Color Caucus stand in solidarity with the Black woman in DSA North Texas who was wrongfully suspended by DSA North Texas Co-chairs. This action by the DSA North Texas Co-chairs is racist and in particular anti-Black. This is not an isolated incident of racism but represents a pattern of anti-black and white supremacist actions within DSA which must be acknowledged, held accountable and systematically rooted out. There is a pattern of anti-black behavior that stems from the founding of DSA North Texas that has led to each generation of Co-chairs either perpetuating or being complicit in anti-black racism.

Signatories included Rara Imler New York City Democratic Socialists of America .[1]

Activist Meet and Greet

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THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 2020 AT 7:30 PM EST – 9 PM EST

Activist Meet and Greet Online Event. Organized by Claire McDonald, Misty Novitch, Patrick Day, L.A.M.O.U.R. Georgia.

Attendees Rara Imler, Misty Novitch, Nick Nelms, Adam Scott, Adam Hicks, William Lester, Thompson Creates, Tuli Ghosh, Eric Medina, Brenda Lopez Medina, Malik Roberts, Adrianne Mckoy, Lori Leberman, Ronald A. Allen, Rodriguez, Darryl, Gaurav Bhatia, Andrew Brown, Claire McDonald, Guillermo Miguel, Deanville C., Jocelyn Crawley, Christopher Cater.

2019 Metro Atlanta DSA leadership

Metro Atlanta DSA October 2019 newsletter

This September, the Atlanta Chapter of the Democratic Socialists of America (MADSA) — the Southeast’s largest Socialist organization — elected its youngest, most diverse Executive Committee in history. The new leadership went straight to work in an all-day retreat, auditing organizational policies, assets and accounts. The new Executive Committee has made increasing engagement with its members a priority.

Even as MADSA joins Democratic Socialists chapters around the country mobilize for Bernie Sanders' 2020 presidential campaign, Atlanta's new executive team — lead by City of South Fulton Councilman khalid — vows to take a more active role in local elections and legislation. Pictured from left to right:

Rear: Brandyn Buchanan, Rara Imler, Catie Elle, Q Benford

Front: Cole Reardon, Councilman Khalid Kamau, Nate Knauf.

Rainbow Roses Atlanta

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Rainbow Roses Atlanta Closed Facebook Group, as of April 28, 2018;

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