International Affairs Working Group
The International Affairs Working Group spearheads Connecticut DSA’s international solidarity work. Currently, the working group focuses on ending the Cuban embargo and normalizing relations between the United States and Cuba, and supporting Palestinian liberation and ending the zionist occupation as its the two key campaign issues.
The working group takes on the responsibility of organizing and leading campaigns to shift material support for Cuba and Palestine; developing coalitional relationships with other organizations within and outside of the U.S.; showing public support for nations and peoples in struggle; organizing political education events; and advising other working groups on issues that intersect with our internationalist work.
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International Affairs Working Group News
No Appetite for Apartheid is a national boycott campaign launched by the DSA BDS & Palestine Solidarity Working Group on Nakba Day 2022, in...
We stand in solidarity with the DSA BDS and Palestine Solidarity Working Group and reaffirm our commitment to the BDS Movement and Palestinians’ struggle for justice and liberation. We commend the decision by the DSA National Political Committee’s (NPC) to reverse their recent attempt to decharter the Working Group, but we stand with the Working Group in calling for the reinstatement of their Steering Committee.
Connecticut media outlets ignored widespread demonstrations for ending the apartheid of the Palestinian people. This was due in no small part to Connecticut’s arms industries and the lucrative contracts they have with the state of Israel.