- 1 Activism
- 2 National DSA endorsement
- 3 New York DSA endorsement
- 4 Democratic Socialists of America-Jorge Posadist Caucus
- 5 DSA Women's Caucus Facebook group
- 6 NYC DSA Car Caucus
- 7 Creative Comrades (NYC-DSA Media)
- 8 New York DSA Facebook group
- 9 Socialist Feminists (DSA) Facebook page
- 10 DSA staffer
- 11 Faith Without Action
- 12 Comrades
- 13 Ocasio-Cortez supporter
- 14 Muslim Democratic Club endorsement
- 15 Fundraiser for Julia Salazar
- 16 Comrades
- 17 Sunrise slate 2018
- 18 References
Julia Salazar is a New York City activist.
Entering Columbia in 2009 immediately after high school, Salazar found her first opportunities to become involved in social justice work, joining the Israel/Palestine activism scene as a member of J Street and Jewish Voice for Peace. The Ivy League school also exposed her, for the first time, to immense wealth, and was instrumental in developing her class consciousness and progressive politics. Salazar said that Columbia “is an institution with an immense amount of wealth, with a lot of people who had gone to private school, who had resources their entire lives that were shocking to me.”
After graduation, Salazar began grassroots organizing in New York City more heavily. She is currently a staff organizer in Jews for Racial and Economic Justice, a partner in Communities United for Police Reform, and active as a member of NYC-DSA. Her work has often centered around police accountability — Salazar campaigned extensively for the passage of the Right to Know Act, a city legislative package providing protections for civilians and restrictions on police during encounters, and recently published an essay in Jacobin on sexual assault at the hands of NYPD officers.
National DSA endorsement
Democratic Socialists of America, May 4, 2018;
DSA is proud to announce national endorsements for four more candidates today.
- Julia Salazar (New York State Senate, District 18)
- Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (US Congress, New York's 14th Congressional District)
- Genevieve Jones-Wright (San Diego County District Attorney)
- Jovanka Beckles (California State Assembly, District 15)
New York DSA endorsement
New York City has also endorsed DSA member Julia Salazar in her bid for the New York State Senate. She is running in Brooklyn’s 18th district, which includes Bushwick, Williamsburg, and other neighborhoods in North Brooklyn, against a developer-backed incumbent. “We don’t operate with a vision of scarcity,” said Salazar in a speech asking for the endorsement of NYC-DSA. “We operate with a vision of abundance.” NYC-DSA delegates voted overwhelmingly in favor of her campaign, and the chapter held a kickoff event on May 19. 
Democratic Socialists of America-Jorge Posadist Caucus
Members of the Democratic Socialists of America - Jorge Posadist Caucus Closed Facebook Group, as of August 7, 2017, included Julia Salazar.
DSA Women's Caucus Facebook group
NYC DSA Car Caucus
Creative Comrades (NYC-DSA Media)
New York DSA Facebook group
Socialist Feminists (DSA) Facebook page
Michael Kinnucan, was Deputy Campaign Manager for Julia Salazar.
Faith Without Action
IDC Diaries December 17, 2017:
Faith Without Action Means Nothing For Vulnerable Immigrants
As you will hear from Padre Luis of Holyrood Episcopal Church / Iglesia Santa Cruz, faith without action means nothing for an undocumented woman named Amanda and her children who have taken refuge from ICE for the last 4 months. The seven or so DACAmented who were arrested at Sen. Schumer's office were also prayed for at the march following meeting.
During the march, I asked a DACAmented young man what he had to say about Sen. Chuck Schumer who seems to be willing to work with Trump in preventing a government shutdown without demanding the #DreamAct. He said, "Get rid of him."
On the #NoIDC front, we are mobilizing to ensure that we get rid of the #TrumpDemocrats who are preventing us from providing a basic sense of sanctuary for vulnerable immigrants like Amanda and the hundreds of DACAmented who are losing status as the days go by. #CleanDreamActNow New Sanctuary Coalition of New York City — with Samelys Lopez, Michael Cavadias, Philippe-Edner Apostol-Marius, Tiffany Wheatland, Michael Kinnucan, Mohamed Kaba, Tara Geer, Christopher Espinoza, Claire Ullman, Hawk Newsome, Susan LK, Marilyn Reyes, Nichole van Beek, Shannon S. O'Hara, Milton Allimadi and Julia Salazar.
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, is deploying members of her growing campaign staff to help another liberal upstart seeking to unseat a longtime Democratic incumbent.
Early July Ocasio-Cortez this week decided to send at least three paid campaign staffers to Delaware to help Kerri Evelyn Harris, an Air Force veteran and community activist who is challenging three-term Sen. Tom Carper, D-Delaware, in a Sept. 6 primary.
Harris, a political novice based in Dover, Delaware, began her campaign in February, seeking to run to the senator's left. She is only the second Democrat to challenge Carper since he joined the U.S. Senate in 2000.
There is no reliable polling to gauge Harris' viability in Delaware, where just a few thousand Democrats voted when Carper faced a primary challenge in 2012. If she wins, Harris would be Delaware's first biracial lesbian woman to serve in Congress -- and the first-ever to serve in the U.S. Senate.
At least three of Ocasio-Cortez's paid staffers will move temporarily from New York to Delaware by next week to help Harris ahead of her Sept. 6 primary against Carper, according to Corbin Trent, an Ocasio-Cortez spokesman. Another New York-based staffer will help with Harris's digital outreach, according to Drew Serres, a spokesman for Harris.
The spokesmen acknowledged that the move is partly a thank-you to Harris and five members of her campaign team who traveled to New York to campaign for Ocasio-Cortez in the closing days of her primary against Crowley.
In the weeks since her victory, Ocasio-Cortez has leveraged her newfound star power and influence to endorse like-minded liberal Democrats running for office up and down the ballot. Among others, she has endorsed Brent Welder, a congressional candidate in a Kansas City-area district challenging GOP incumbent Kevin Yoder; Abdul El-Sayed, a Michigan gubernatorial candidate running for an open seat; and Julia Salazar, of Brooklyn, is hoping to unseat incumbent Democratic State Sen. Martin Malave Dilan.
Muslim Democratic Club endorsement
The Muslim Democratic Club of New York endorsed Julia Salazar in 2018.
Fundraiser for Julia Salazar
Winnie Wong June 9 2018:
Linda Sarsour and I are hosting a fundraiser for Julia Salazar. We hope you can come. We can use this opportunity to have an organizing meeting. Fundraising is very important. But organizing is much more important. — with Sophie EG, Sam Esther Adler-Bell, Linda Sarsour, Brea Baker, Moumita Ahmed, Gabriella Zutrau, Mary Clinton, Michael Cavadias, Susan LK, Ravi Ahmad, Audrey Sasson, Julia Salazar, Elana Levin, Maria Svart, Bianca Cunningham, Michael Kinnucan and Democratic Socialists of America.
Sunrise slate 2018
Sunrise Movement August 2 2018:
We're thrilled to introduce you to our first-ever round of candidate endorsements: the #SunriseSlate2018!
These candidates are some of the earliest adopters of the #NoFossilFuelMoney pledge and, if elected, would lead the fight against oil and gas lobbyists in state capitols and Washington, DC. They’re putting forward big policy solutions to the climate crisis, like championing a Green New Deal and supporting a just and rapid transition to a 100% renewable energy future that leaves no community behind.
Learn more and support our efforts here! https://www.sunrisemovement.org/2018-endorsed-candidates — with Katie Muth for PA Senate, Deb Haaland for Congress, Alessandra Biaggi, Kaniela Ing, Jess King for Congress, Julia Salazar for State Senate, Dana Hamp Gulick for PA 97th, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, Representative Anna Eskamani, Abdul El-Sayed, Danielle Friel Otten for PA District 155, Cynthia Nixon for New York, Benjamin Jealous, Jumaane D. Williams, Ilhan Omar for Congress, Randy Bryce, Zellnor Myrie for New York and Rashida Tlaib For Congress, Penelope Tsernoglou Michigan State House, Michele Wherley Pennsylvania State House. .