Friday August 24th, 10:45am
Columbia College: 8th floor of 600 S. Michigan
Come out to show Diana, President of the Part-time Faculty Association at Columbia College, that we support her work on behalf of all working people and all students. Come to 600 South Michigan Ave., Room 811A. Please arrive before 11:00 a.m. on Friday August 24th. We want to show the administration of Columbia College that if they continue to harass Diana, we are going to defend her. Stop the intimidation, negotiate in good faith! Sign the petition to support Diana Vallera
The second Columbia College town hall has been scheduled:
Friday, January 27th, first floor of 33 E. Congress. The administration will be present from 1-2 pm, and the space will be available to participants for a few hours afterward.
All are welcome to attend and speak!
The Columbia College Town Hall meeting was a huge success. Read accounts from these media sources:
Statement from Brianne Bolin, Columbia Adjunct Faculty and Pfac member, on Occupy Chicago website
Account from Columbia student and CACHE member Ryan Nanni on SocialistWorker.org
Columbia College Chronicle article and video
Other videos from the town hall are here, here and here
Videos from the preceding Occupy Columbia rallies can be seen here and here
And videos of the coalition demanding the town hall meeting are here and here
The next Columbia College Town Hall meeting is tentatively scheduled for January 19th.
RALLY OUTSIDE THE COLUMBIA COLLEGE BOARD OF TRUSTEES MEETING
DECEMBER 6TH & 7TH | NOON | 600 S. MICHIGAN
Students, faculty, & staff of Columbia College will rally with supporters outside the Board of Trustees’ meeting to express their grievances. Join us to support Columbia College’s staff, faculty, and students, who have had little to no say in major changes and cuts to programs resulting from the prioritization process which is underway. Faculty and staff have not received cost of living pay increases in 3 years, yet tuition continues to increase. Just how much has our school’s cost of lving increased? Where is our money going? Organized by concerned students, faculty, and staff.