We talk to members of Sing in Solidarity, a chorus of DSA members, about why singing and song are important parts of our organizing. We are fighting not just for material justice, but for happiness as well. As the song says: "Hearts starve as well as bodies, Give us bread, but give us roses..."
This is one of our "Life in DSA" series in which we will examine internal organizational structures that exist to bolster our organizing.
Host Desiree Joy Frias talks with Annie Levin and Josh Feintuch about Sing in Solidarity, the New York City Democratic Socalists of America's Chorus about why music is a powerful part of organizing. We also get to hear a couple songs from the chorus.
We hope you enjoy and come out to join us!