[AUG 25] Solidarity Economy Committee Meeting

The August meeting of the Solidarity Economy Committee will be held Saturday August 25th from 2pm-4pm at the Martin Luther King branch of the Cleveland Public Library. We’ll continue learning about what it means to create an economy based on social solidarity, and set an agenda for how our committee will learn about and engage … Read more

[AUG 25] Solidarity Economy Committee Meeting

The August meeting of the Solidarity Economy Committee will be on Saturday August 25th from 2pm-4pm.  This time it will be on the east side at the Cleveland Public Library – Martin Luther King, Jr. Branch – 2nd Floor. This meeting will be split into two portions.  The first will focus on mutual aid. Specifically … Read more

[AUG 8] Racial Justice Committee Meeting – Brake Light Clinic Planning!

Please join our racial justice committee on Wednesday, August 8th at 7pm at Loop Coffee in Tremont. They will continue planning for a local brake light clinic. The committee also invites members to attend a screening of the Icarus Project webinar “Critical Harm Reduction Approaches in the Opioid Crisis.” From our host: The Icarus Project, … Read more

[AUG 7] GCRTA Special Board Meeting – Transit Levy Vote!

9:00am RTA Headquarters, 1240 W 6th Street. Cleveland, OH 44113 The board will take a vote on a transit levy for this November the day before the deadline to file. We need all comrades there to apply pressure! Also TAKE ACTION NOW to put pressure on RTA to support a local transit funding levy for the … Read more

[AUG 2] August General Meeting

Join us Thursday, August 2nd from 6:30 PM – 8:30 PM in the Brody/Nelson Room of the Lee Rd. Branch of the Cleveland Heights Public Library, 2345 Lee Rd. Cleveland Heights, for our August general meeting and find out how you can get more involved with Cleveland DSA! We’ll discuss our ongoing campaigns and committee … Read more

[AUG 2] A Funeral for Affordable Housing in Cleveland

Hosted by NEOCH Thursday, August 2 at 11:30 AM – 1:30 PM Huron and Euclid It’s no secret that affordable housing is a scarce commodity in our community. There are currently over 23,000 people who are homeless in our city. In our county, a person working full-time and earning minimum wage cannot even afford a … Read more