We have yet to see any evidence that holding classes at CCSF Civic Center Campus poses any life safety issues. Yet, three days before classes were set to begin CCSF Chancellor Tyler abruptly informed faculty that their campus was not seismically sound and they could not teach their classes on Monday, the first day of the spring semester. The sudden closure of Civic Center campus probably would not have happened if we had an empowered Board of Trustees and a democratic, open, decision-making process here at CCSF. Please join us for a rally and press conference outside of the CCSF Civic Center campus and then a march to the steps of City Hall for an English as a second language citizenship lesson.
Friday, January 16th: Return Democracy to CCSF!
Rally: CCSF Civic Center Campus (750 Eddy) at 12:30pm
March: to City Hall (1 Dr Carlton B Goodlett Place) at 1pm
RSVP and Invite on Facebook