thought we told ya that we wont stop, thought we told ya that we wont stop (upcoming events)

November 30th at 5pm

At the PSC office
61 Broadway
16th floor
Proposed Agenda:
– To identify specific targets of the 1% and brainstorm for actions
– Millionaires tax campaign next steps: keep the issue alive
– Albany legislative session: How do we build for it?
– Planning events with the Black, Puerto Rican, Hispanic and Asian Legislative Caucus
– Brainstorming ideas and sharing about everyone’s individual campaigns.

December 1 @2pm
Chancellor Goldstein will be @ John Jay
Bad News:  Discussion is only open to John Jay Students
GOOD NEWS:  There will be a rally in front at 1pm. (All Students Welcome)
Go to their FACEBOOK for more information
(will post more information about specifics when we get them)

December 8th @ 6pm
Panel Discussion about Occupy Wallstreet @ City College

December 15th

 @City College 


Join the Campaign to End the Death Penalty, CCNY’s Leaders Against Systemic Injustice, and possibly In Arms Reach for CEDP’s Annual Prisoner Holiday Card-Writing Party!!

Each year we get together to celebrate the year’s victories in our struggle against capital punishment and the prison system…and to send holiday greetings to those victimized by it.

Come one, come all, for food, fun, guest speakers & card signing…

Banks got Bailed Out/Students got SOLD OUT

“Several hundred protesters are currently marching near Baruch College at 24th Street at Lexington Avenue to demonstrate against the planned $300/year (over five years) tuition hikes that the City University Board of Trustees is expected to vote on this afternoon, as well as a need for “democratic accountability.” There’s a heavy NYPD presence, with police on scooters attempting to funnel the demonstrators into barricaded areas and off the street.” – the gothamist


Entire article here

Board of Trustees Approves 31% Tuition Increase

“Three hundred dollars may not seem like [much] for a lot of people, but for me it’s two months of groceries – that’s impossible for some of us,” said Meli Rodriguez LaSalle, 18, a sophomore at John Jay College. “For someone on the board of trustees, that’s one night out for dinner.”

read entire article here