Bulletin: Organizing in the Era of Trump​

AFT 2121 Flex Day Bulletin for August 18, 2017: Organizing in the Era of Trump

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Bernie Sanders comes to CCSF to celebrate Free City

Please join AFT 2121, Senator Bernie Sanders, and Supervisor Jane Kim at the Diego Rivera Theater this Friday 9/22 as the broad coalition we helped build to make our college free again for San Franciscans celebrates this victory and our CCSF community’s vision and persistence.

The event is open to media and public, but space is limited.  Please RSVP but note thatseating will be allocated on a first-come, first-served basis. Both VA 114, VA 115, and Diego Rivera Plaza will be set up as overflow spaces. Doors to Diego Rivera Theater open at 2:30 p.m.

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This Saturday – Labor festival | Tuesday – Bargaining vote

 

All faculty invited – Delegates to vote on bargaining at their next assembly

We invite all faculty to come out to our next Delegate Assembly meeting on Tuesday, September 26th from 3-5pm on the Evans Campus in Room 220D to discuss the 2018-2019 calendar, health premiums, and our contract campaign sunshine document.

Our delegates will vote on our initial bargaining platform at this meeting and we will present it to the District early next month. Come be a part of our union’s democratic process.


Labor Heritage Festival

“Art in the Age of the Resistance” is the theme for the 2017 Western Workers Labor Heritage Festival. Come celebrate the art fueling our social justice movements at the FREE Labor Heritage Festival this Saturday, Sept 16th fron 12-8pm at Ed Roberts Campus in Berkeley. The day will include the San Francisco Poster Syndicate, workshops, a book talk with Fred Glass -author of From Mission to Microchip A History of the California Labor Movement, AND a film screening of the new documentary Heather Booth: Changing the World, a film by Lilly Rivlin, and much more.More info
Please RSVP and share

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Ray Berard Memorial Event

Ray Berard, a long-time instructor at the John Adams Campus, recently passed away. He was on the AFT 2121 Executive Board for many years and the President of the CCSF Academic Senate. He was also an AFT 2121 delegate to the San Francisco Labor Council for more than two decades, even after retirement.
Many people at CCSF and throughout the city admired and respected Ray for his humanity and progressive political perspective–also for his generous contributions of time and money to people and causes he believed in. He grew up in Detroit and was proud of his French-Canadian working class background and was always on the side of working people, students, immigrants, oppressed minorities–and all the people who paid their dues more often than they collected the benefits.
Celebrate and reflect on the life of Ray Berard.
Friday, September 15, 1:00 – 2:30 pm
John Adams auditorium on the CCSF JAD Campus.

Ray Berard presente!

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Helping workers recover from Hurricane Harvey

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Defend DACA

AFT 2121 stands in solidarity with our students and all immigrants facing an uncertain future under the outrageous and cruel actions of the Trump administration. The rollback of protections for DACA recipients not only hurts our young people dealing with arbitrary rules, but also affects the vitality of public institutions like City Colllege. Having spent their formative years in the U.S., DACA students have made countless contributions–as all immigrants have–to our society. More than ever, we need to stand up for the values that affirm our humanity.

As educators, we understand our students’ struggles and how important it is for DACA students to continue their education. Here is how we can stand with–and stand up for–DACA students and others at risk of deportation in the days and months ahead.

We can help students understand what resources and support is available.

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Bonus on August paychecks | Labor Day

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