Philip Bradford

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Philip Bradford is a Tacoma activist.

South Sound Democratic Socialists of America Organizing Meeting

John W. Adams held an organizing meeting at Pierce County Library Administration Building 3005 112th St. E., Tacoma, to organize a local DSA chapter, , Wednesday 4 November 2015.

A political revolution requires a movement and to build a movement we must be organized! Your brothers and sisters of the DSA are organizing for justice. Turn your passion into action and join us to fight for a living wage, healthcare for all, fair housing, the right to organize, getting big money out of politics and ending racism and sexism in our country.

Those signalling their intention to attend on Wherevent included Cassandra Brown, Bill Johnston, James H. Williams, John W. Adams, Philip Bradford, Kyler LaViollette.[1]

Women's March

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Diane Sandrowski, ‎South Sound Democratic Socialists of America, January 21, 2017; ·

DSAers at the Olympia Women's March! — with John W. Adams, Philip Bradford, Zach Brown, Andrea Shapiro, Peggy Ross and Rosemary Cooke Windsor at Washington State Capitol.

Democratic Socialists of America Unity

Philip Bradford, supported the Democratic Socialists of America Unity grouping, established for the 2017 Democratic Socialists of America National Convention in Chicago.[2]

Public Facebook group

Members of the Olympia Democratic Socialists of America public Facebook group, as of April 18, 2017 included Philip Bradford;[3]

Personnel

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DSA Disability Caucus/Working Group, as of July 16, 2017;[4]

Admins

PLU Facebook group

Members of the Young Democratic Socialists of PLU, as of April 8, 2017 included Philip Bradford;[5]

South Sound Facebook public group

Members of the South Sound Democratic Socialists of America, public Facebook group, as of March 15, 2017 included Philip Bradford.[6]

Disability Caucus

During the weekend of August 4-6, 2017 nearly 1000 people took part in the Democratic Socialists of America (DSA) 2017’s national convention, where we deal with issues large and small.

On Sunday, the DSA Disability Caucus/Working Group wanted to insert phrasing referencing disabled comrades in the national priorities resolution, a document that articulates the political and social focus of DSA’s work in the next two years. Specifically, we wanted to have our disabled comrades recognized as an important identity group within DSA, alongside our comrades of color and our comrades in the LGBTQIA+ community.

The Disability Caucus and Working Group members at the convention decided to make a series of motions on the floor of the convention, including the aforementioned motion to add reference to disabled comrades to the national priorities resolution.

Signers of this post included Philip Bradford, South Sound Democratic Socialists of America.

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