Students for a Democratic Society: Solidarity with the Students of CUNY/CCNY!

Students for a Democratic Society stands in solidarity with the students of the City College of New York (CCNY) who have faced severe repression from the CCNY administration in their fight against the militarization of their campus. This repression is just another example of the way the education system in the US is working in tandem with imperialism on the CCNY campus, and all public universities in the US, to militarize their student bodies and contribute to the torrent of mass slaughter and oppression that is perpetuated at home and abroad.

Rosenberg Fund for Children Sponsers the SDS National Convention - THANK YOU!!

The Rosenberg Fund for Children (RFC) was proud to help sponsor the 2013 SDS national convention, to support young organizers who are carrying forward the fight for progressive values that our organization’s namesakes embodied.

The RFC is a public foundation that helps both children in the U.S. whose parents are targeted, progressive activists, and youth under age 25 who are targeted because of their own organizing.  It was founded in 1990 by Robert Meeropol, the younger son of Ethel and Julius Rosenberg.

Students for a Democratic Society: Solidarity with Rasmea Odeh! Drop the charges, NOW!

Students for a Democratic Society opposes the indictment of Rasmea Odeh. We recognize this attack as part of the US government’s attempts to silence and repress antiwar activists as well as the Arab community.

Tentative Agenda for 2013 SDS National Convention

This is not a complete schedule of all workshops that will be at the convention! Several workshops are not listed because we are waiting for final confirmation from presenters that they will be able to attend the convention. Please contact immediately if you plan on doing a workshop and do not see it listed here. This is not a final schedule and is subject to change.


-5-7pm Early registration outside of Einstein’s in the Morgan University Center (UC)

-7pm Introductions and welcome from organizers

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