October 21, 2017

SDS 12th Annual National Convention - REGISTER NOW!



We are happy to announce that Students for a Democratic Society will be holding our twelfth National Convention in Santa Barbara, California on October 21st and 22nd.

This is an exciting opportunity to learn not only about the students' and people's struggles but how to get plugged in! Come and build connections with incredible activists from around the country, learn from engaging workshops and plenaries, and have a great time!

Registration is open now:

REGISTER FOR THE CONVENTION HERE

REGISTER FOR A TABLE HERE

REGISTER A WORKSHOP HERE

DONATE TO THE CONVENTION HERE

REQUEST OR PROVIDE HOUSING HERE

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Students for a Democratic Society is a radical, multi-issue organization that leads campaigns to win change, and builds people power in our schools and communities!

Our goal is to be a leading force in the national student movement. We can build a sustainable movement that actually wins material change, and ultimately transforms society. History shows that most of the basic rights we have today, from the 8 hour work day to Ethnic Studies, were won through mass mobilization and direct action. We can take control of our campuses, workplaces and our communities when we organize. That is why SDS says: Dare to struggle, dare to win!

We are entirely student and youth-led and have active chapters in high schools, colleges, and universities all over the country.


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SPEAKERS & PANELS:

Building the Fight Against Trump’s Attacks!
With Speakers from the Arab American Action Network (Bassem Kawar), the North Texas Dream Team (Kristian Stephanie), Students for a Democratic Society at UMN and UC Davis.

Continuing the Struggle for Justice and Equality!
With Speakers from AFSCME Local 3800 (Cherrene Horazuk), League of Filipino Students, Black Lives Matter - Pasadena, and Centro CSO - Boyle Heights (Sol Marquez).

Whose Campus? Labor Solidarity and Education for All!
With Speakers from University of Utah, University of Texas (Mark Napieralski), Arizona State University, Harvard (Collin Pelletier), and Florida State University.