David Grosser

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David Grosser

David Grosser became active against the Vietnam War in the 1960s. In 2011, he was active in Boston CISPES, the campaign to cut the military budget by 25%, and was a member of Solidarity.[1][2] He is now a member of the Boston DSA Internationalism Working Group. [3]

Toward Radical Democracy

Toward Radical Democracy was a 2018 "Proposal for Internal Voting Reform in Boston DSA".

If you would like to sign on in support of this proposal, please click here. To date, over 100 members of Boston DSA have endorsed it. We also welcome support from DSA comrades in other chapters.

Signatories included David Grosser.

CISPES conference

CISPES Solidarity with El Salvador· September 12, 2014 ·


Convention Presiding Committee: Angela Sanbrano, David Grosser and Laura Jota.


David Grosser is East Coast Development Coordinator for CISPES.

As the East Coast Development Coordinator, David works with our fundraising team and is responsible for outreach to our donors in the northeast. He got his start in solidarity with the people of El Salvador as a Sister City activist during the country’s Civil War. David then got involved with CISPES and worked as the Boston chapter’s local organizer in the mid-90s. After the neoliberal destruction of university education made his original career goal of becoming a history professor impossible, David chose to get his revenge by helping to build the internationalism necessary to bring down the US Empire.[4]

DSA’s International Committee

In June 2019 members of the Democratic Socialists of America International Committee included Carrington Morris, Bill Fletcher, Jr., Dan La Botz, Ethan Earle, Ella Wind, David Grosser, Carl Biers.[5]