Sean Crawford

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Sean Crawford

DSLC Strike Solidarity Call

DSLC Strike Solidarity Call Tue Dec 3, 2019 - Thu Dec 26, 2019

Please join the Democratic Socialist Labor Commission (DSLC)’s strike solidarity call, with DSAers who were on the picket lines during the recent UAW and CTU/SEIU 73 Strikes! We’ll hear how the strike efforts were supported through DSA solidarity, discuss ways to engage in future strike support, and go over the ins and outs of preparing for and being on strike.

Speakers will be moderator Barbara Madeloni and DSA member panelists Christine Dussault (CTU), Kenzo Shibata (CTU), Melinda Bunnage (SEIU), and Sean Crawford (UAW).[1]

Troublemakers School

On Saturday April 13 2019 100 union members, labor activists, and allies met on the Wayne State campus for a Troublemakers School sponsored by the national publication Labor Notes: a day of skill-sharing and strategizing about workplace organizing. Detroit DSA-ers helped with the planning for the day, which drew participants from as far as Kalamazoo and Lansing. Sixteen DSA members were in the mix.

Though it was gray and drizzling outside, the energy at Troublemakers School was strong all day, closing out with a call from Rashida Tlaib to continue fighting alongside her. Detroit DSA co-chair Natasha Fernandez-Silber spoke about how the Green New Deal could be enacted in the Rust Belt: “We need light rail, we need electric buses, we need electric vehicles. Let’s do it here.”

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Green New Deal panelists and Labor Notes workshop leaders pose with Rashida Tlaib. Left to right: Natasha Fernandez-Silber, Joe Demanuelle-Hall, Jane Slaughter, Sean Crawford, Bianca Cunningham, Chris Brooks, Rashida Tlaib, Rebecca Keetch.[2]

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