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City College of San Francisco - Evans Campus construction alumni Jason Chan tells the Board of Trustees about how important CTE classes at Evans are for students' professional progress and to Stop the Cuts! Speak up with us again today in MUB 140 at 4:00 pm and tell the City College of San Francisco Board of Trustees to Stop the Cuts! #DontCutOurFuture
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Rudy Gonzalez
· April 21, 2016
AFT 2121 is on the front lines defending access to higher education for San Francisco!
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AFT 2121 member Fred Glass has an op ed in Monday's SF Chronicle on the current wave of teacher militancy.

"collective bargaining means workplace stability through peaceful conflict resolution. The disruptions to business as usual in West Virginia, Oklahoma, Kentucky and Arizona validate the Abood decision by revealing what inevitably happens, sooner or later, in the absence of collective bargaining."

Fred will be giving a talk illustrated with historic film clips this Saturd...ay, "What California labor history has to tell us about resistance in the age of Trump." His book, From Mission to Microchip: A History of the California Labor Movement (UC Press, 2016), will be on sale at a discounted price for 2121 members following the program.
Where: CCSF Mission Campus, Valencia and 22nd
When: Saturday, April 21, at 1 pm
Cosponsored by AFT 2121, San Francisco DSA, and the Labor and Community Studies Department
Light refreshments will be served.

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The strikes of education workers in four states against austerity are of larger significance than just a simple uptick in worker militancy, with implications for reshaping national politics and rethinking a major Supreme Court case. In California, it's been more than 40 years since a sustained wave....
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John Adams faculty are wearing their t-shirts on AFT 2121 t-shirt day in solidarity with our AFT 2121 bargaining team for Open Negotiations today. We’re coming together en mass to tell the CCSF District that a mere 2.5% cost of living wage over then next three years is not enough to create stability and protect educational quality at our CCSF!

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