On Friday, Oct. 2nd at 4:30PM join a TEACHER HAPPY HOUR DISCUSSION sponsored by the International Socialist Organization to discuss:
What Can Educators Do to Support the Black Lives Matter Movement?
The Black Lives Matter movement emerged in the aftermath of the murders of Trayvon Martin, Michael Brown, and Eric Garner and has been courageously taking a stand against racism and police brutality with the simple message that Black Lives Matter!
What does this mean for teachers whose students come from communities under attack by racist police practices? What can radical educators do to support the Black Lives Matter movement?
Join teachers from the International Socialist Organization as we discuss our role in the fight against racism and how we can support the Black Lives Matter Movement!
What Black Lives Matter Means for Labor
A speech by Michael Billeaux, former co-president of Teaching Assistants’ Association (TAA)-AFT Local 3220 at the University of Wisconsin-Madison
Friday, Oct. 2nd @ 4:30PM
Dark Horse Tavern
17 Murray Street, New York NY
A, C, J, Z (Chambers St.) 2,3 (Park Pl.) E (World Trade Center)
4, 5, 6 (City Hall)