South Mississippi Democratic Socialists of America

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South Mississippi Democratic Socialists of America is affiliated to Democratic Socialists of America.

South Mississippi Democratic Socialists America Open Forum

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October 6, 2017

South Mississippi Democratic Socialists of America Open Forum Closed Facebook Group, as August 18, 2017;

We are the Organizing Committee for the South Mississippi 4th Congressional District Democratic Socialists of America. See our page updates for organizing efforts, recruitment, education, and direct action notifications. The entire state of Mississippi can and will benefit from socialist policies, and the mission of our growing movement is to increase class consciousness, empower workers, and produce viable progressive candidates to represent our people at local, state, and national levels. [1]

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Other members

By October 6 more names had been added.[2]

Members

More names had been added by May 25, 2018;

Admins By November 20 2018:

Operation: Our Campus II. Ban the USM Delta Flaggers!

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Operation: Our Campus II. Ban the USM Delta Flaggers! Public · Hosted by New South Collective and South Mississippi Democratic Socialists of America.

Sunday, August 27 at 2 PM - 5 PM

South Mississippi Democratic Socialists of America, Hattiesburg, Mississippi 39401.

South Mississippi Democratic Socialists of America in partnership with New South Collective return to USM's entrance for our third united action and second Operation: Our Campus event.
The USM Delta Flaggers will return for thier 96th Sunday Campaign in favor of the currently white supremacist Mississippi flag and in opposition to OUR CAMPUS's decision to take down the flag after Dylan Roof's gleeful June 15, 2017 masacre of black Americans at Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church in downtown Charleston, South Carolina. Dylan Roof and other violent white supremacists worldwide proudly brand themselves under the Confederate Emblem. The only true purpose of the flaggers is to keep the spirit of slavery, [3]

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