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Miami Students: Solidarity with Chilean Students and Popular Struggles
north america / mexico | education | news report Wednesday August 10, 2011 08:27 by S. Nappalos - Miami Autonomy and Solidarity mas at riseup dot net
Students and activists in Miami held a protest outside the Chilean consulate in downtown Miami Monday August 8th. The rally was organized by Students Working for Equal Rights, a student organization at campuses throughout Florida that organizes around student and immigrant issues.
Students and activists in Miami held a protest outside the Chilean consulate in downtown Miami Monday August 8th. The rally was organized by Students Working for Equal Rights, a student organization at campuses throughout Florida that organizes around student and immigrant issues. Protesters handed out leaflets calling for solidarity with students struggling for education in Chile, and held signs and banners calling for education for all. Not all protesters were students, other members of the community came out to support the struggling students in Chile as workers, unemployed, and Chilean-americans.
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Under Attack, Mexico’s Teachers Fight Back Against Neoliberal ‘Reforms’ 06:12 Sat 14 Sep 0 comments
With the state pushing reform forward, the National Representative Assembly of the CNTE decided to call off the beginning of the school year and declared an indefinite work stoppage starting on August 19. They called for a massive convergence in the Zócalo and for more than three weeks, over 40,000 teachers from all corners of Mexico have reinforced the encampment, turning the Zócalo into a tent and tarp city.
Quebec: Student Strike Sweeping Province 20:19 Tue 12 Apr 0 comments
It has been already a month now since a massive student strike has been sweeping through Québec. It all started in late February when approximately 10 student unions, mainly from the Montréal area, went on an unlimited general strike.
On the Chicago Teachers Union Strike Sep 11 0 comments
The following is from a Chicago member of First of May Anarchist Alliance. It is an overview of the situation and was drafted over the weekend in the lead up to the strike that has started today. [Italiano]
Snapshots of the student movement in Montreal May 30 0 comments
At the bottom of this article are links for how your trade union or community group can support the students’ struggle. That will help tremendously, but spreading the struggle to your own job or school will do even more. This article is meant to help explain how, by showing how students in Quebec were able to organize their general strike. [Italiano]
Problems and Possibilities: California Student Organizing Explodes Aug 04 1 comments
Last summer, the University of California Board of Regents voted to increase student tuition by 32%. When they announced fee hikes and budget cuts while simultaneously granting themselves pay increases, faculty organizations and unions called for a one-day walkout and symbolic strike on September 24th across the UC system. California faces a budget shortfall upwards of $20 billion dollars, and education faces an inordinate degree of the cuts. That day brought out thousands of students and seriously disrupted operations at the LA and Berkeley campuses.
Report on the SDS and the SDS Convention of 2007 in USA Oct 01 2 comments
About 200 students and observers converged on Detroit’s Wayne State University from July 27 to 30, 2007, with the ambitious goal of rebuilding SDS as a national force to be reckoned with. There was an organization, a structure to build. There was a vision, a politics to work out. There were internal problems to confront, there were actions to endorse, and all in all, there were some 70 proposals to be debated and submitted to the membership for ratification
Indentured Education May 17 0 comments
Increasingly, working class students are incurring lifelong debt because the alluring promise of upward mobility through education leads them to take out substantial loans to pay for their education. Quite often they are uninformed or misinformed when it comes to the nature of the financial obligation.more >>
ZACF Statement in Solidarity with Students at Santa Cruz University Sep 25 Zabalaza Anarchist Communist Front 0 comments
We are delighted to hear that students at the University of California, Santa Cruz are taking direct action by occupying their university at the same time as our comrades take to the streets in Pittsburgh to protest the G20. We urge occupying students in Santa Cruz, as well as struggling students everywhere to forge links with the workers on their campuses and to support their struggles.
Mutual Aid: Host an Anarchist Speaker Aug 19 Institute for Anarchist Studies 0 comments
The Institute for Anarchist Studies (IAS) is proud to make available the following dynamic, politically engaged speakers: Ashanti Alston, Kazembe Balagun, Alexis Bhagat, Harjit Singh Gill, Matt Hern, Mark Lance, Josh MacPhee, Andréa Maria, Todd May, Cindy Milstein, and Shiri Pasternak. Each speaker will support the good work that your political group is doing, and in turn, will use some or all of any honorarium that your collective, university, or organization provides to contribute to the IAS as a project.
University of Toronto prosecutes 14 for opposing fee hikes Apr 30 Common Cause and The Committee for Just Education 1 comments
Outrage is mounting over the arrest of 14 students who are facing criminal charges for allegedly participating in a peaceful sit-in at the University of Toronto on March 20, 2008. The sit-in, held to protest rising fees, ended when police acting on the orders of senior UofT administrators forcefully removed demonstrators. Students and organizers are being subjected to a campaign of intimidation by the UofT administration, who sought a criminal investigation of the matter and encouraged Toronto Police to arrest 14 individuals and have pressed charges against them.