AFT 2121 is working with our community to demand justice for students displaced by the closure of CCSF’s Tenderloin campus. The Civic Center Campus was announced closed only days before the start of the spring semester. The college says the building is seismically unsafe, but has put forward no firm construction plans, and so far has not followed through with helping displaced students find a new Tenderloin home. The string of poor decisions about the Civic Center campus did not account for the needs of students. Now a reduced percentage of these students have been dispersed to multiple alternative CCSF locations and the rest are not taking classes at all.
Join us Thursday at 1pm as we demand: Don’t Slam the Doors on Students!
· Fast Track the repairs to 750 Eddy and reopen the campus as soon as possible
· Find temporary classrooms for all classes disrupted by the closure
RALLY TO SAVE TENDERLOIN’S CITY COLLEGE CAMPUS
MARCH FROM 750 EDDY TO CITY HALL!
March 5th at 1pm
Start at 750 Eddy Street, March to City Hall
RSVP and invite on Facebook
The English, math and job skills classes offered at the Civic Center Campus provided hundreds of adults the education they needed to achieve academic and career goals. WE WANT OUR CAMPUS BACK! Sponsored by: AFT 2121, Community Housing Partnership, La Voz Latina, GLIDE Memorial Church, the Vietnamese Youth Development Center, Senior and Disability Action, and the Central City SRO Collaborative.