Emergency Call to Action to Demand U.S. Hands Off Syria!

SDS is calling on students and progressives everywhere to hold rallies, marches, and demonstrations in response to the current threats of U.S. missile strikes on Syria. The U.S. military machine brings nothing but terror, death, and destruction everywhere it goes. We have seen the horrific results of the U.S. invasion of Iraq and Afghanistan, the U.S. bombing of Libya, U.S. drone attacks in Yemen, Pakistan and elsewhere.

Statement of Support for SDS

In the past seven years Students for a Democratic Society (SDS) has grown to be the largest student anti-war, education rights, and international solidarity organization active in the US today. SDS has also launched campaigns and won major victories fighting back against white supremacy and police brutality, fighting for justice in Palestine, combating rape culture on campus, and many other issues all across the country.

Justice for Lynne Stewart

Lynne Stewart is a renowned human rights attorney who is currently being held political prisoner by the US government at the Federal Medical Center Carswell in Texas. Lynne has worked tirelessly in support of people’s movements and in defense of the oppressed in the US and internationally. Her commitment to movements for liberation both foreign and domestic is shown by a lifetime of struggle against imperialism, racism, and sexism.

Continue the fight for justice for Trayvon! Protest the verdict!

Last night, Saturday, July 13th, Trayvon Martin's murderer, George Zimmerman, walked away from his trial a free man. This obvious injustice has outraged the country. Students for a Democratic Society calls on all chapters and all others who wish to end racism and national oppression to hold actions this week to demand JUSTICE FOR TRAYVON. We must take it upon ourselves to fight institutional racism, for the self-determination of African Americans and full equality for all oppressed nationalities. We must make sure these tragedies come to an end.

SDS condemns repression through privacy invasion both on- and off-line


For a long time, those who run the United States have made it a point to gather as much information on citizens as it can, with or without their consent, with or without their knowledge, and always with the condescending attitude that it is necessary to protect us from an ambiguous enemy. This year especially, the extent to which our supposedly benevolent protectors went to invade and observe our lives is apparent.

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