Robin Peterson

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Robin Peterson is a member of Democratic Socialists of America and Solidarity in Chicago.

What Will We Do about a Trump Coup?

What Will We Do about a Trump Coup? Views from the Left October 29, 2020

President Donald Trump has refused to commit to a peaceful transfer of power should he lose the 2020 presidential election. His talk and action suggest he might use federal police or the military to interfere with the election process, commandeer polling places and seize ballots, and call on state legislatures to refuse to certify Biden’s victory. Republican governors would likely cooperate and Trump could call upon his supporters in armed rightwing militias.

What we will do in response to such an attempted coup? What can we do with our unions, with our anti-racist and immigrant rights organizations, with our community-based groups, with our women’s groups and LGBT organizations? How can we organize? How can we stop an assault on what’s left of our democracy?

Speakers:

Boston Socialist Day School 2019

Boston Socialist Day School 2019 September 28, 2019. Northeastern Law School.

Join us for a one-day school on some of the key issues facing the left today.

Panels include:

Socialists and Local Politics Gayle McLaughlin (Richmond Progressive Alliance, former mayor of Richmond), Matt Miller (Boston Democratic Socialists of America), Robin Peterson (Chicago socialist city council campaigns).

Chicago DSA Closed Facebook group

This is the official Facebook group for Chicago DSA and its branches (South Side, Northside, and Oak Park)

Members of the Chicago Democratic Socialists of America closed Facebook group, as of April 21, 2017 included Robin Peterson .[2]

Democratic Socialists Swag Swap

Members of Democratic Socialists of America's Democratic Socialists Swag Swap closed Facebook group, accessed January 12, 2018 include Robin Peterson .[3]

Democratic Socialists of America Electoral Committee

In March 2018 Robin Peterson was involved with the Democratic Socialists of America Electoral Committee.

"How to fight back"

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Northside Chicago Democratic Socialists of America shared an event. April 9, 2018.

Join activists from every corner of the city to discuss how to fight back. What's next after the election? What other demands should be on the table in our fight for housing justice? What kind of struggles are taking place in various neighborhoods? Come to discuss, learn and strategize ways forward.

Speakers include:

Moderated by Robin Peterson (CDSA and Solidarity)

Sponsored by the CDSA Housing Working Group and the Chicago branch of Solidarity.

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