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Join us Wednesday,Oct. 7: info picket at Mission Campus

We have been working without a contract for three months now. The District placed a paltry economic proposal on the table that keeps the majority of faculty below 2007 salaries.

This is unacceptable. It is time to reach out to the community and ask them to act on our behalf. AFT 2121 will conduct a series of informational pickets over the next several weeks leading up to the goal of a contract by Thanksgiving.  Please Join us!

Mission Campus Info Picket
Wednesday, Oct. 7 at 9:45am

Join our union just prior to Chancellor Lamb’s town hall meeting to support our colleagues and picket for a fair contract.

Our union and community allies need help: fight to keep San Francisco affordable for all!

The SF Labor council is working with our union to elect our choice for CCSF Trustee and pass housing protections on November 3rd. You can help us get out the vote on access to affordable housing and education! Download this FLIER for more info & to spread the word.

Wed. Phone Banks
5:30- 8:00pm
SF Labor Council
1188 Franklin Street #203 

AFT 2121 is proud to fight for a San Francisco for all of us by working with SF tenants, families, community and labor groups to pass Prop. I, Prop. F, and elect Aaron Peskin to the Board of Supervisors for District 3. For more info contact Alisa Messer (

SF Tenants and Families Phone Bank
Local 2, 209 Golden Gate Ave
Mondays,Tuesdays, Thursdays, (5-8:30pm) and Saturdays (10-2pm)

ACCJC loses again!

On the heels of the State Chancellor’s Accreditation Task Force Report recommendation to get rid of the ACCJC, there is now more bad news for the rogue accrediting agency. ACCJC lost in court once again!

On Friday, the ACCJC went to court attempting to throw out our CFT/AFT 2121 lawsuit against them. Judge Curtis Karnow denied the motion and the trial will proceed. Our lawsuit was filed in 2013 but was held up in Appeals Court because as a delay tactic ACCJC claimed that our suit violated their First Amendment rights. They lost on that claim two times before Friday’s decision against them.

Our lawsuit covers a variety of issues not in the Herrera lawsuit. In particular, our suit focuses on issues about governance, and ACCJC’s illegal intrusive meddling in collective bargaining agreements. We hope that this trial will help expose even more of ACCJC’s illegal activities.

Wendy Aragon: our choice for CCSF Trustee!

Inner Sunset/Golden Gate Heights
Saturday, 10am-1pm
Hidden Garden Steps
16th and Kirkham
(pastries form Arizmendi to start the day)
RSVP here!

Park Merced and Ingleside
Sunday 11:00am to 2:00pm
SFSU, coffee shop by the HSS building
19th Ave and Holloway

Wendy Aragon is our endorsed candidate for CCSF Board of Trustees. She is a community college success story, community organizer and progressive political activist. She will fight for City College to restore its accreditation, boost enrollment, and to keep CCSF an open access college with a broad mission. This weekend there are two opportunities to help get out the vote for her.

Our Union: Fair contract NOW!


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