With the momentum built from last Thursday’s rally we are organizing with the Central City Coalition on Public Education. CCCPE is a diverse coalition of community organizations, City College of San Francisco supporters, faculty and students to fight for low-cost education in our City. Largely in response to our efforts last week, SF District 6 Supervisor Jane Kim will author a resolution in support of CCSF’s students in the Tenderloin displaced from the 750 Eddy Street Civic Center campus! This Thursday the 12th, join our community leaders, elected leaders, and CCSF advocates for a forum focusing on the necessity of free classes for our local community.
Community Forum: Our City Needs Free Education!
Glide Memorial Church, 330 Ellis St.
Thursday, March 12th
Freedom Hall, 5:30pm-7pm
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Free classes lift people in our community out of poverty and open opportunities for employment. Our City needs City College of San Francisco to protect access to noncredit classes like the ones offered at the 750 Eddy St. campus. In January, the college Administration closed that campus. They say that the building is seismically unsafe, but have put forward no firm construction plans. We ask City College Administration, including Chancellor Tyler and Special Trustee Guy Lease, to act immediately and provide an open dialogue about the future of the Civic Center Campus and free, non-credit classes all across our City!