3:30 P.M. Clark Park, Detroit
Bilingual Fliers: https://tinyurl.com/yas422mv
Hosted by United Action Oshkosh
315 N Main Street, Oshkosh, Opera House Square – Main Street, 11 A.M. – 12:30 P.M.
Join UAO in a celebration of the working class on the weekend before May Day. As the wave of teachers strikes washes across the country, workers are waking up to the fact that they have real power in the workplace. More details to come.
MARCH ON MAY 1ST!
Minneapolis International Workers Day march for immigrant & workers rights
TUESDAY, MAY 1
Lake Street & Nicollet Ave, Minneapolis
Join us in the streets for this year’s International Workers Day march for immigrant & workers rights.
* No attacks on immigrants, refugees & Muslims
* No more deportations
* Legalization for all
* Clean DREAM Act Now
* Restore Temporary Protective Status (TPS) for Salvadorans & Haitians
* Adopt the Sanctuary Platform
* Make Minnesota a Sanctuary State
* Expand union rights in Minnesota
* Stop all ‘right to work’ (for less) attacks
* Living wage for all
* Medicare for all
* End to police brutality! Community control of the police!
* Climate justice
TO ENDORSE, MESSAGE US OR EMAIL MIRACMN@GMAIL.COM
MARCHA EL 1RO DE MAYO
Marcha en Minneapolis por el día internacional de lxs trabajadores para los derechos de lxs inmigrantes y trabajadores
MARTES 1 DE MAYO
Calle Lake y Avenida Nicollet, Minneapolis
Aparta la fecha para salir a la calle para la marcha este año por los derechos de los inmigrantes y lxs trabajadores en el Día Internacional de lxs Trabajadores.
* No a los ataques contra los inmigrantes, refugiados y musulmanes
* No más deportaciones
* Legalización para todos
* DREAM Act LIMPIO ya
* Restauración del TPS para Salvadoreños y Haitianos
* Que adopten la Plataforma de Santuario
* Que Minnesota sea un Estado Santuario
* Expansión de los derechos sindicales en Minnesota
* Alto alos ataques con leyes de ‘derecho a trabajar’ (por menos)
* Salario justo para todos
* Medicare para todxs
* Fin a la brutalidad policiaca; Control comunitario sobre la policía
* Justicia climática
PARA ENDOSAR, MANDANOS UN MENSAJE O UN CORREO A MIRACMN@GMAIL.COM
1RO DE MAYO: DÍA SIN LATINXS E INMIGRANTES
No trabajo • No escuela • No compras
¡Alto Sheriff Severson! ¡No 287g en Wisconsin!
¡Sí a las licensias de conducir!
Marcha estatal en Waukesha
Reunimos en Cutler Park • 10am
Info: 414-828-2692 • vdlf.org/es/mayday2018/
Información sobre transporte estatal:
Milwaukee— Buses salen a las 9am de 1027 S 5th St., llama 414-643-1620 para más información.
Madison— 8:30am from 810 W Badger Rd. 414-828-2692
Green Bay— 7:30am, 1221 Bellevue St., 920-371-6975
Racine— 8:30am, 2100 Layard Ave, 262-721-5575
Sheboygan— 7:30am, La Conquistadora, 1218 Indiana Ave., 920-371-6975
Manitowoc— 7:45am, Park and Ride at corner of Frontage Rd and y 44th St., 920-371-6975
Wausau— 6am, 406 Grant St., 920-371-6975
Reserva su asiento y encuentra herramientas para organizar en www.vdlf.org/es/mayday2018
May 1st Day Without Latinxs & Immigrants
No work • No school • No shopping
Stop Sheriff Severson – No 287g in Waukesha!
Return Driver’s Licenses to Immigrants
Statewide March in Waukesha
Gather at Cutler Park • 10am
Info: 414-469-9206 • vdlf.org/mayday2018
Milwaukee – buses leave at 9am from 1027 S 5th St. Call 414-643-1620 for more info.
Madison – 8:30am from 810 W Badger Rd., 414-828-2692
Green Bay – 7:30am, 1221 Bellevue St., 920-371-6975
Racine – 8:30am, 2100 Layard Ave, 262-721-5575
Sheboygan – 7:30am, La Conquistadora, 1218 Indiana Ave., 920-371-6975
Manitowoc – 7:45am, Park and Ride at corner of Frontage Rd and and 44th St., 920-371-6975
Wausau – 6am, 406 Grant St., 920-371-6975
Reserve your seat on the bus and find tools to organize at www.vdlf.org/mayday2018.
Haymarket Monument at Randolph and Des Plaines- 2:30 PM
March to Thompson Center at Randolph and Clark, 4:00 PM
March to ICE at Congress and Clark- 4:30 PM
Rally at ICE at 5:00 PM
(Planning meetings on Tuesdays, 6 PM Casa Michoacan at 1638 S. Blue Island)
Hosted by Chicago May Day 2018
AAUP Wisconsin supports the students rallying in Madison today to save the liberal arts majors at UW-Stevens Point. We join students, faculty, alumni, and community members in expressing our dismay at the proposal to eliminate these programs, and we call on the Stevens Point administration to withdraw its plan from consideration.
AAUP proceeds from the position that academic program decisions must be based on educational considerations. We are aware of no sound educational consideration that supports the elimination of English, History, Political Science, Geography, Geoscience, Philosophy, Sociology, French, German, Spanish, Art, American Studies, or Music Literature as major programs of study. To our knowledge, the Stevens Point administration has not even attempted to offer an explanation on educational grounds.
UW-Stevens Point students have come to the right place today. Our UW System leaders in Madison have laid the groundwork for what is happening in Stevens Point. They have approved an ill-conceived dismantling of the UW Colleges that puts added strain on Stevens Point. Most fundamentally, they have failed to protect our campuses from the damaging cuts whose effects we now see.
We reject academic planning guided by budget austerity. We reject the elitism in telling students that the liberal arts are no longer an option in central Wisconsin. From Superior to the Colleges to Stevens Point, we call on our System and campus leaders to ensure that every University of Wisconsin student has access to a comprehensive education on their campus. The Wisconsin Idea demands no less.
500 Lincoln Drive, Bascom Hall, Madison, 11:30 A.M. – 3 P.M.
Bring your grading, bring your thesis, bring your students. Take action to improve our working conditions!
A Work-In is a way to demonstrate the often invisible or unrecognized labor graduate workers do to support the university. On April 26th, we will bring our work to them — we’ll occupy the administration’s space while doing our work together.
Write lesson plans, write your dissertation, grade papers, do data entry, hold office hours, even hold class! The University works because we do. Bascom Hall works because we do.
Learn more below or at http://taa-madison.org/campaigns/segregated-fees/.
Background on the mandatory fees campaign:
Two weeks ago, more than 100 grad workers showed up to deliver a seg fee petition with over 1000 signatures to our administrators, opposing a unilateral policy requiring grads to pay mandatory fees before we’re paid, or pay to enroll in a payment plan. We’ve had nearly 500 one-on-one conversations with our colleagues about the issue of mandatory fees, empowering them to take action to improve their working conditions. We’ve collected hundreds of stories depicting how these mandatory fees adversely affect the success and well-being of graduate workers.
Our organizing pressured administrators to sit down directly with a dozen graduate workers and listen to the ways mandatory fees cause material hardship—a conversation these admin have never tried to have. We told our administrators to use Spring Break to develop a fee policy that helps, not hurts, graduate workers.
This week, the Vice Chancellor for Finance and Administration said that he was pushing for a policy that would give us twelve weeks of flexibility before paying fees, but he would not yet guarantee this flexibility nor commit funding for graduate workers’ mandatory fees.
By the end of the semester, our administrators will agree to a policy that includes:
1) No change to the current (2017-2018) graduate fee payment policy
2) Working toward full remission of mandatory fees (including, but not limited to, segregated fees and international student fees) for grad workers
3) That this remission is covered by the university, that it will not come from funds that would otherwise be allocated for undergrads.
4) Graduate worker consultation and inclusion in any future changes to our payment policy
We can win, but we need your help. Please share widely!