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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 stands in solidarity with the UK's UCU - University and College Union as they strike to stop the privatization of their pensions. This unilateral move to force faculty pension funds into the private stock market is an attack on educators, on students, labor, and on public institutions of higher learning.

American Federation of Teachers Local 2121, representing the faculty of City College of San Francisco, stands in solidarity with the UK’s University and College Union as they strike to stop t…
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Working together to keep our Union strong and fight right wing attacks on the working class. #organize #fight #janus #unions #KeepOurUnionsStrong

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CFT - California Federation of Teachers is with Alan D'Souza and 2 others.

AFT 2121 members are all smiles as they continue the important work of signing members up to the union in advance of the Janus decision. A shout out to all of those rank-and-file educators out there busting their tails in order to protect our profession and our schools!

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Last year, AFT 2121 faculty turned out at the State Building in San Francisco to a hearing held by the Department of Managed Healthcare about healthcare prices. More than 1,350 people from over 60 different unions and community groups said with one voice: stop stealing our raises and set the stage for the successful prescription drug and single payer reform efforts the labor movement won last year. Let's keep the momentum going. Join us again today between 3-6pm at the Milton Marks State Auditorium.

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"The reality is that a lot of our part-timers are freeway flyers. They may work in three districts. They may have trouble paying their rent," Balukjian said. "You can get unemployment, but this is where you get into situations where part-timers are living out of their car."

Part-time faculty are critical to the success of our students at our community college system. This heartbreaking article is a stinging reminder of how broken t...he system is. As a union, we are committed to ensuring that part-timers get the pay, respect, and job security they deserve in order to continue doing the important work of educating our students!

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Earning more than $70 per hour, it appears that part-time professors are well paid. But this rate is misleading because only classroom hours are counted, not actual time spent on prep, grading and district administrative work. The result is a two-tier system with little upward mobility for those not...
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"AFT 2121 President Tim Killikelly said he had come to be “a strong voice against these outrageous, repressive activities” and to support City College students who may be undocumented.“

The peaceful rally drew representatives from various community groups and educational institutions, including the City College of San Francisco faculty union, AFT 2121, United Educators of San Francisco and members of the national Jewish social justice organization Bend the Arc Jewish Action.”

State and local leaders gathered at the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement headquarters in San Francisco on Friday to protest the sweeps of 77 Northern California businesses by federal agents …
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In response to the recent raids in Northern California by the Trump Administration, AFT 2121 was out on Friday to support our undocumented students and their families.

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EMERGENCY vigil and press conference at 12pm TODAY 630 Sansome St. Be there to condemn recent ICE workplace sweeps and stand up for immigrant workers!

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We were glad to join AFSCME 3299 and Jobs with Justice on the picket line today to honor Dr. Martin Luther King by asking administrators at UCSF to address issues of racism and inclusion. We hope UC will choose to value workers and patients over profit. AFT 2121 was with Jobs with Justice San Francisco and AFSCME 3299

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Wow, 12 new membership forms came in today alone! We are working together to keep our Union strong and fight right wing attacks on the working class. Let's keep the momentum going #organize #fight #janus #unions #KeepOurUnionsStrong

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AFT 2121 faculty were having a lot of fun resisting Trump with our family and friends at the Women's March yesterday #Resist #TheFutureIsFemale #WomensMarchSF #FirstWeVoteThenWeRun

City college faculty are sticking with our union!

AFT 2121 added 11 new photos — with Joan Jones.

AFT 2121 members show solidarity at our first membership meeting.

Our union is celebrating an encouraging semester in the midst of challenging times at our end-of-semester party!

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Congratulations United Educators of San Francisco members!

San Francisco teachers will get a raise and a one-time bonus under a new contract approved by the school board. The deal, approved Tuesday night, was hammered out last month by the district and the 6,200-member educators' union, which has complained that salaries aren't keeping up with the spiraling...
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