Apply to join

  Contact info:

*

 

*

*

 

 

If you respond and have not already registered, you will receive periodic updates and communications from Party for Socialism and Liberation.

 

What's this?

   Please leave this field empty

Join the PSL

Why you should join the PSL

  • A party is needed to galvanize and unite the working class—with its diverse communities and experiences—for effective struggle against capitalism.
  • You will learn from and build on the powerful history of workers' and oppressed peoples' movements. Fight for a better future today!
  • Study and organize with activists dedicated to developing an understanding of the world based on the interests of oppressed and working people.

If you're interested in joining the Party for Socialism and Liberation in the struggle, fill out the form to the right. We will contact you as soon as possible.

To find our more about the PSL, read:

PSL branches across the country:

Santa Cruzʥ San Jos̩ʥ San Franciscoʥ Inland Empireʥ Los Angelesʥ San Diegoʥ Sacramentoʥ Long Beachʥ Connecticutʥ Washington, D.C.ʥ Orlandoʥ Miamiʥ Chicagoʥ Bostonʥ Baltimoreʥ St. Louisʥ Albuquerqueʥ New Paltzʥ New York Cityʥ Syracuseʥ Pittsburghʥ Philadelphiaʥ Sioux Fallsʥ Austinʥ Seattle

PSL members speak out: “Why I joined the PSL”

Nicholas PowellFighting for a living wage at Camden Yards showed me what an organized working class can achieve. I realized that oppression can only end at the hands of the oppressed.

Nicholas Powell
Baltimore

Read more

Nathalie SerranoI realized that, for society to change, we must take part in planting the seeds. It's one thing to gain consciousness of injustices, but the most important step is to join the movement for revolutionary change.

Nathalie Serrano
New York

Read more

Marcella DaneshiniaAs I got older, I began to see first hand the injustices and the lack of equality that were taught to me as a child. I realized, long before I became active in the movement, that it was important to unite the people against the very system that oppresses them.

Marcella Daneshinia
Los Angeles

Read more

Jennifer ZaldanaI fight for people like my parents, who were forced to come here from El Salvador to escape a brutal civil war that the U.S. government had provoked. Once here, they soon realized that the "American Dream" that so many people had spoken about did not apply to them.

Jennifer Zaldana
Boston

Read more

Frank LaraI grew up in Calexico, a small border town in the desert Valley of Imperial County. I was told the society we lived in provided liberty for all, that it was the land of the American Dream that so many of my brothers and sisters would risk their whole existence for. But I saw the racism and injustice with my own eyes and had to fight it.

Frank Lara
San Francisco

Read more

Sabrina CarolloFor a long period of time I knew I wanted to be a part of something that united the people, an organization that fights for civil rights and fights against the injustices of racism, inequality, sexism, and war.

Sabrina Carollo
Chicago

Read more

Carolina MaradiagaI was tired of being unemployed due to the economy, tired of seeing my mother struggle on a weekly basis because of her paycheck, and most of all tired of seeing my family live in fear of being deported.

Carolina Maradiaga
Los Angeles

Read more

Akufuna Sitali NgondaAs one who arose from the national liberation struggles in southern Africa I know full well the significance of emancipatory social movements. PSL not only points out the contradictions that permeate society; it truly organizes, agitates and endeavors to take the stand for the revolutionary building and advancement of socialism.

Akufuna Sitali Ngonda
Washington, D.C.

Sunil FreemanI walked five months on crutches, on an artificial hip that was out of the socket, because a health insurance company wanted to maximize prof its. I grew sick of living in a system that's fabulously wealthy but so contemptuous of human life that most people are left to fend for themselves if they get sick, lose their job, or try to help a loved one in need.

Sunil Freeman
Washington, D.C.

Andrew CastroI learned about the PSL through the important role that it plays in the ANSWER Coalition and organizing mass anti-war mobilizations.

Andrew Castro
Baltimore

Read more

Norman ClementAfter many years of working in the antiwar movement and for Native American causes, I realized the only way to change things was to change the capitalist system under which we live. Searching for the right group to accomplish this led me to the PSL, the most dedicated and disciplined people I have ever met.

Norman Clement
New Haven, Conn.

Lauren KellnerAs a teacher, I realized that whatever positive work I did as an individual would never be enough to create the future that I want for my students. I realized that if I was serious about change, then I had to be part an organization, and if I was serious about my students' futures, then it would have to be a revolutionary organization.

Lauren Kellner
New York

Sasha MurphyI joined the PSL while I was still living in a shelter because I got tired of oppression, tired of the feeling that I could not change things, and I swore that I would never go back to that.

Sasha Murphy
New York

Read more

Bryan CastroI joined the PSL because the things I fight for, the PSL fights for too. Every member of the PSL is commited to fight until the defeat of capitalism and the spring of a socialist society.

Bryan Castro
New York

Read more

Stewart StoutAs an organizer in the anti-war and LGBT liberation movements, I knew that all of our struggles were connected, and that the only way to truly win was to f ight for a more rational and just system, to fight for socialism. That's why I joined the PSL. To be part of a revolutionary party that has a working class analysis of the struggles ahead, and a program of united action for revolutionary change.

Stewart Stout
San Francisco