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This Week in the PSC (09.15.15): Register for the Wake Up Call for Chancellor Milliken

Sep 15, 2015

Wake Up Call for Chancellor Milliken—Thurs., Oct. 1

PSC members and allies will deliver a “wake-up call” to Chancellor Milliken at his CUNY-funded, $19,500-a-month Manhattan apartment on the morning of Thursday, October 1. We need you there at the protest outside the chancellor’s building (East 68th Street & 2nd Ave.) from 8:00-9:00 AM to demand a fair contract and a raise for all CUNY faculty and professional staff. Register here to let us know we can count on you. Here’s a flier you can download and share with colleagues.

Emergency Contract Campaign Chapter Meetings Continue this Week

Chapters have been meeting to plan the escalation of the campaign for a new PSC-CUNY contract. Check the online calendar for information about remaining dates. At the meetings we’re developing mobilization plans for the Wake-up Call for Chancellor Milliken (October 1) and creating local “Teach CUNY” curricula to engage students more in the campaign (most events October 19-30). Also on the agenda: movement toward a Disruptive Mass Action in early November and a Mass Meeting of the PSC on November 19. Come to a meeting and help make the plan your own. If you haven’t yet, register here to let us know we can count on you in the contract fight.

Labor Day Parade 2015

PSC members carried their #CUNYNEEDSARAISE signs at the Labor Day parade on Saturday. DC37 members who work at CUNY were also there with #CUNYCONTRACTNOW signs. Follow the union (@PSC_CUNY) and both hashtags on Twitter to see photos from the parade and updates on the contract campaign. Members are also tweeting with the hashtag #RESPECTCUNY.

Labor Goes to the Movies Presents Citizenfour—Fri., Sept. 18

The theme of this year’s Labor Goes to the Movies film series is “surveillance.” We explore the theme Fri., Sept. 18 in the PSC Union Hall (61 Broadway, 16th floor) with a screening and discussion of Citzenfour (Poitras, US, 2014). The film documents the initial interviews Glenn Greenwald and Ewen MacAskill conducted with Edward J. Snowden while U.S. intelligence was hot on his trail, interviews that resulted in the publication of his world-shaking revelations about NSA spying. Refreshments provided. $2 suggested donation. Doors open at 6 PM. Learn more.

Download This New Publication

Defend and Expand the Social Safety Net: A Call to Action

The PSC Safety Net Working Group has published an updated edition of Defend and Expand the Social Safety Net: A Call to Action. (Download a digital copy. Hard copies will soon be available at the PSC office.) The committee is hosting workshops across NY State for trade unionists, educators, community groups, seniors and social justice advocates. The booklet is part of a toolkit used in the workshops, which aim to help local activists widen advocacy in their own communities. Learn more about the Safety Net Working Group.


Visit the online calendar for locations and more information.

City College Chapter Meeting, Sept 17, 12:15pm City Tech Chapter Meeting, Sept 17, 12:45pm College of Staten Island Adjunct Meeting, 2:00pm Chapter Chairs Meeting, Sept 17, 6:30pm Labor Goes to the Movies: Citizenfour, Sept 18, 6:00pm LaGCC HEO “Know Your Rights” Workshop, Sept 21, 12:00pm Kingsborough CC Chapter Meeting, Sept 21, 3:00pm PSC Office Closed, Yom Kippur, Sept 23

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