Jesse Rabinowitz

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Jesse Rabinowitz



Jesse Rabinowitz is a member of the Metro DC Democratic Socialists of America, the Washington, D.C. branch of the Democratic Socialists of America. He also is a member of the steering committee of the Fair Budget Coalition[1] and is an "Advocacy Specialist" at Miriam's Kitchen.[2]

Abolish ICE Protests covered by Media Matters

Media Matters interviews socialists who want to abolish ICE

In August 2018, Media Matters covered Metro DC Democratic Socialists of America-led protests against the Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) field office for the D.C. area, located in Fairfax, VA. Six members were arrested. Interviewees included Metro DC Democratic Socialists of America members Matt Shields (arrested), Irene Koo (arrested), Jesse Rabinowitz (arrested), Hailey Huget (arrested), Deidre Nelms (arrested), Austin Kendall, Jace Smith (arrested), and Arjun Comar.

Disrupt DHS secretary at dinner

On June 19 2018, Margaret McLaughlin tweeted the address of DHS secretary Kirstjen Nielsen, prompting fellow comrades to come troll her at dinner. Other DSA members included Allison Hrabar and Jesse Rabinowitz as reported at the Daily Beast[3] in an article titled "DSA Says They’re Coming After More Trump Officials After Ruining Kirstjen Nielsen's Dinner."

“While these children are not free, this administration can’t be allowed to enjoy a nice night out,” said Jesse Rabinowitz, a DSA member who attended the demonstration. “To me, the most powerful part was when we were able to use a speaker to play the audio of children being separated from their parents. What scared me the most was the lack of empathy or feeling that the secretary had. She just seemed cold.”
"After video went viral Tuesday night, commenters blasted the demonstrators for disrupting dinner. But unfinished nachos are a small price to pay, DSA members said.

Metro DC Democratic Socialists of America member Austin Kendall also joined the ambush.[4]

The group Smash Racism DC tweeted that the D.C. branch of the Industrial Workers of the World were also in attendance.[5]

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