There are a number of working group meetings, forums, and campus events coming up in the next few weeks. If you’ve been looking for ways to take action and build collective power with others, these meetings are some great opportunities!
Racial Justice & Political WGs Joint Meeting
Wednesday, 11/30, 10:30-11:30, Research Commons Red C.
We’ll continue our discussions around building concrete action plans to mobilize against the upcoming Trump administration on a number of issues, including hate crimes, immigration, reproductive rights, LGBTQ rights, native sovereignty, and more. Even if you can’t make it, sign on to our pledge to action! Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Thursday 12/1, 9:30-10:30, Research Commons Red A.
We’ll discuss updates on ongoing contract enforcement issues. Email contractenforcement@uaw4121.
UW NOIS Teach In
Thursday, 12/1, 11:00-2:00, Intellectual House.
Join UW Native Organization for Indigenous Scholars (NOIS) in declaring solidarity with Standing Rock! NOIS is hosting a teach-in that will include voices from the field in the forms of literature, lecture, videos, and photographs. This will also be an opportunity to donate to medics team from the Oceti Sakowin camp. For more information, check out the facebook event.
Thursday, 12/1, 3:30-4:30, Research Commons Green D.
Email email@example.com or check out our webpage for more information.
Tuesday, 12/6, 2:30-3:30, Research Commons Red A.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org or check out our webpage for more information.
Climate Justice WG Meeting
Friday, 12/9, 4:30-5:30, Odegaard Library Study Room 333.
We’ll discuss updates on the King County Labor Council Climate Caucus and speakers bureau, strategies to support the upcoming ballot initiative from the Alliance for Jobs and Clean Energy, and other member interests related to climate justice. To RSVP, or for more info, email Judy at email@example.com.
Wednesday 12/14, 11:30-1 Health Sciences T-439 and 4-5:30 UW South Lake Union E-201.
In the wake of Trump’s election, many are asking what immigration policies might change and what the impacts will be on students and scholars’ ability to live, work and study at UW in the coming years. Join us to learn about what you can do and help strategize a collective response that actively protects those targeted by hostile immigration policies. An immigration attorney will be on hand to answer questions about your rights. For more information, check out the facebook event, and to help us make sure we have enough food, please RSVP.
We have a number of other active working groups — check them out here, and don’t hesitate to contact them if you’d like more information or want to get involved!
Monica Cortes Viharo
Arshiya Hoseyni Chime