What We Stand For
The Socialist Party USA strives to establish a radical democracy that places people's lives under their own control -- a classless, feminist, socialist society free of racism, sexism,  homophobia or transphobia, in which people cooperate at work, at home,  and in the community.
Socialism is not mere government ownership, a welfare state, or a repressive bureaucracy. Socialism is a new social and economic order in which workers and consumers control production and community residents control their neighborhoods, homes, and schools.  The production of society is used for the benefit of all humanity, not for the private profit of a few. Socialism produces a constantly renewed future by not plundering the resources of the earth. 
                                                read the SPUSA Statement of Principles

As we pursue a socialist transformation of society, we join with others in making radical demands on the existing system: demands that challenge the basic assumptions of a capitalist market economy while pointing the way to a new society. Although reforms will not in themselves bring about socialism, the fight for them will advance the cause by demonstrating the inherent limitations and injustice of the capitalist system. As we build the socialist movement, we organize around a platform committed to our common and interdependent struggles and aspirations.

                                                                         read the SPUSA Platform


News and Statements

Upcoming Events

Submit your event here All times local unless noted

Jan 28th: Left Unity Study: Franz Fanon Wretched of the Earth co-sponsored by the North Carolina Green Party and the Northern Piedmont Chapter of the Socialist Party-USA 8:00 pm recap and discussion starts at 8:30 pm

Jan 28th: Twin Cities Metro Area Local Meeting (every other Thursday) 6:00 pm CT


Jan.29th: Ecosocialist Working Group Zoom Call-

5:30 pm PT/8:30 pm ET For Zoom login info please e-mail

Jan 30th: Special PRE-RELEASE screening of the feature length documentary film HAYMARKET: The Bomb, The Anarchists, The Labor Struggle. Online Event Co-sponsored by the SP-USA Twin Cities local
is co-sponsoring the event
Buy tickets here