Yesterday, Trump supporters attempted to take over the U.S. Capitol building in hope of stopping the Electoral Vote Count from happening. Four people died. Many others were injured in the fighting and sent to the hospital. Multiple explosive devices were also recovered from inside the Capitol grounds. There were enough Trump supporters to stop the […]
Author: Milwaukee DSA
In this companion episode to last week, Milwaukee DSA member Olivia Litzenberg interviews Omar Flores, co-chair of CPAC or the Civilian Police Accountability Council. CPAC is working to be an alternitive to the FPC. Olivia interviews Omar about their efforts and other police related issues.
Our main segment this episode comes to us courtesy of Arthur Edmund and Stephani Lohman who we heard on our previous election episode. They discuss the Fire and Police Commission, an orginization that is meant to oversee the Milwaukee Police as a non-biased 3rd party. Spoiler alert: they are bad at the overseeing. Arthur and
Scott interviews Alex Brower who is running for School Board Member of Milwaukee’s 5th District. They discuss the issues that Milwaukee’s public schools are facing and how they reflect the city as a whole. Then stick around after the interview as Eric fields a call in from a very special guest.
Scott and Eric Discuss an episode of Star Trek Deep Space Nine that portrays a labor conflict. If you want to watch the episode before listening check out Season 4 Episode 15 “The Bar Association.”
We meet our new co-host, UWM Professor Eric Lohman, as he and Scott discuss the results of the November Election.
Scott talks to Milwaukee DSA members Arthur Edmund and Stephani Lohman about the 2020 election. Arthur and Scott ask Stephani about her experience as a poll worker and the three discuss possible outcomes of the election.
Scott interviews MKE DSA Co-Chairs Tom & Brandy in the very first episode of Cream City Social.
The Milwaukee chapter of the Democratic Socialists of America condemns Mojofuco Restaurants’ decision to fire all employees of Comet Cafe and close the restaurant rather than provide these employees with safer working conditions. Employees should never be asked to risk their health to ensure profits for their employer, and they must retain the ability to act collectively
While the Milwaukee chapter of the Democratic Socialists of America is disappointed that Derek Beyer will not be moving forward in the MPS School Board, District 8 elections, we are proud of the work of Derek and our members to advance socialism in Milwaukee. Derek’s demonstrated history as a caring teacher driven by a belief