On Saturday: Help make City College FREE!
Join the voter outreach for Sandy Lee Fewer and Prop W in D1
AFT 2121 has endorsed Sandra Lee Fewer, a City College alumna and current member of the Board of Education. We need to ensure that we replace one CCSF champion, Eric Mar (who is termed out), with another— and Sandy is that person! She is dedicated to our city and our college and we believe she is the best choice for District 1 and the Board of Supervisors. Please, learn more about Sandy and her campaign
and join us this Saturday
morning when we canvass with Sandy and for Prop W (our transfer tax to make CCSF free again for San Franciscans), Prop 55, and our Board candidates, Shanell Williams and Tom Temprano. Sandy’s CCSF story is pretty amazing, in fact, and we hope you’ll join us to hear it.
City College for Sandy, Sandy for City College
District 1 canvassing for Fewer, Prop W, and CCSF
Saturday, Sept. 24th
4239 Geary Blvd, SF
We’ll have coffee and snacks and hear from Sandy (Sandy’s whole family is CCSF!) and Shanell, and then we’ll go out together and talk with voters! Contact Political Director Alisa Messer (415-810-1052
) with questions. Can’t make it this time? Let Sandy know: I want to help!
Tuesday, Sept. 27: Delegate Assembly and COPE meetings
On the last Tuesday of this month we will hold Delegate Assembly and a COPE meeting at the Downtown Campus room 821. All members are invited to join us!
Wednesday, Oct. 5th: Lifting the Vision for Black Lives
“Another world is not only possible, she is on her way. On a quiet day, I can hear her breathing.” Join labor and community groups with Labor4BlackLives to deepen our understanding of the MBL platform, especially “invest-divest”, and discuss what it could mean for our work. Let’s lift up the Vision for Black Lives!
UNITE HERE Local 2
209 Golden Gate Ave.
By Civic Ctr BART
Wednesday, Oct 5th
5PM – 7PM
More than 50 organizations in the Movement for Black Lives recently released a collective vision for a world where Black humanity and dignity is the reality. The MBL platform offers concrete yet transformational policy demands and is critical inspiration and grounding for the movement. https://policy.m4bl.org/
Thursday, October 6th: Save the date for Free City College
Come to the community kick-off celebration to pass San Francisco Proposition W on the November ballot and make City College of San Francisco tuition-free for San Franciscans. Our brief lunchtime event will include cultural performances by members of the Skywatchers Community Ensemble and CCSF students, speakers and, most importantly, information about Prop W, the Free City College campaign and next steps for getting involved in the effort to make City College FREE for San Franciscans.
Community Celebration: Yes on W for Free City College!
CCSF Civic Center Campus (1170 Market Street) at 12:00 PM
RSVP and invite
More Prop W info
Beno retiring in June 2017: ACCJC needs to go NOW
Barbara Beno’s retirement is a symbolic step forward. But the problem with the ACCJC goes beyond one person. We agree with the recent letter
by Congresswomen Nancy Pelosi, Jackie Speier and Anna Eshoo that the ACCJC no longer deserves to be recognized by the US Department of Education as a valid accreditor.
Sign the petition to the Department of Education urging them to de-list the ACCJC!
If the commission had been doing its job Barbara Beno would have been gone long ago. We’re concerned that the timeline of Beno’s retirement may put CCSF at risk. The ACCJC will be deciding the fate of the college in January 2017. As has now been demonstrated in so many ways, California Community Colleges need a new, responsible accreditor, not merely a staffing change.
President of CCSF’s controversial accreditor to retire
— The Examiner
New District email policy: Fall 2016
Administration has changed their email policy. They will no longer send work-related messages to personal email addresses or to CCSF Gmail accounts. They will send only to ccsf.edu email accounts. If you don’t check your ccsf.edu email, you could miss important information you need to do your job and will not meet your obligations. In addition, we are now required to provide theccsf.edu email address to our students. Read more…
This election season: Fight with us to reclaim our City’s promise!
his election is critical to the future of our college and our city. Our union is phone banking with student, community, and faculty volunteers every weekMonday through Thursday at the AFT 2121 office (311 Miramar Ave @ Ocean) from 5-8pm.
We’re fighting to defend working families, for affordable housing, and to make our City College free for San Franciscans. Join us! Email Organizer Athena Waid (email@example.com
) for more info.
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