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'''{{PAGENAME}}''' is a member of [[Democratic Socialists of America - North Texas]].
  
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==Ecosocialist Working Group run==
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In 2019 '''{{PAGENAME}}''' ran for [[Democratic Socialists of America - North Texas]] Ecosocialist Working Group Lead.
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:''I joined the DSA at the beginning of this year (January). After being a lifelong liberal, I developed into a leftist during grad school, but did not have time for organizing. After graduating, I wanted to mark my new beginning by actually participating in political activism instead of hoping (and tweeting) for a better world. Since I’ve joined DSA NTX, I’ve been most active in the Ecosocialist Working Group, where I was involved in the development of the Dallas People’s Climate Action Plan, provided public feedback at a DART Board Hearing about their low-income fare program, phone-banked numerous times for meetings and events for the [[Highland Hills Community Action Committee]], and designed flyers, presentations, and surveys for various initiatives in the working group.''
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==References==
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Revision as of 12:10, 26 July 2020


Annana Anu is a member of Democratic Socialists of America - North Texas.

Ecosocialist Working Group run

In 2019 Annana Anu ran for Democratic Socialists of America - North Texas Ecosocialist Working Group Lead.

I joined the DSA at the beginning of this year (January). After being a lifelong liberal, I developed into a leftist during grad school, but did not have time for organizing. After graduating, I wanted to mark my new beginning by actually participating in political activism instead of hoping (and tweeting) for a better world. Since I’ve joined DSA NTX, I’ve been most active in the Ecosocialist Working Group, where I was involved in the development of the Dallas People’s Climate Action Plan, provided public feedback at a DART Board Hearing about their low-income fare program, phone-banked numerous times for meetings and events for the Highland Hills Community Action Committee, and designed flyers, presentations, and surveys for various initiatives in the working group.

References