Take Action January 19th, 20th, and 21st to Defend Public Ed and Resist Trump!
Thursday January 19th, school communities across the nation are gearing up to take a stand against Trump and the attack on public education in an unprecedented alliance of parent, youth, community and labor organizations that together represent more than 7 million people nationwide. The National Alliance to Reclaim Our Schools (AROS) is hosting a National Day of ACTION tomorrow Thursday January 19th to defend our schools from the Trump/DeVos agenda and stand up for the fully funded public schools that all our students deserve!
Stand with Coleman members, along with members of SF Families Union, United Educators of San Francisco (UESF), Jobs with Justice, SEIU at SFUSD, and many other community and school organizations fighting for high quality, equitable public schools.
Click here for a map of SF school site actions near you!
Join Coleman again Friday as we march and rally with our allies in Jobs with Justice and Bay Rising. On January 20th, Donald Trump’s inauguration begins a presidential term marked by outright xenophobia, bigotry, sexism, corporate giveaways and hate-fueled policies. We must reclaim our democracy, and show the nation how the Bay Area stands together to defend our communities and fight for justice. On this historic day, stand shoulder to shoulder with your neighbors, co-workers, and friends to RESIST TRUMP and join the movement to protect our healthcare, public education, civil liberties, unions, and environment. Check out the flyer below for times and locations of SF #J20 events and actions.
Saturday January 21st, rain or shine, Coleman staff and members will be out in the streets again – this time to participate in the Bay Area Women’s Marches. The Women’s March is a national movement to unify and empower everyone who stands for human rights, civil liberties, and social justice for all. We stand together in solidarity for the protection of our rights, our safety, our health, and our families — recognizing that our vibrant and diverse communities are the strength of our country.
Time of March: 10AM – 3PM
Starting Location: Madison Park
Ending Location: Frank Ogawa Plaza 12:30 rally with speakers, art, and music
No tickets required. Register on Eventbrite page.
Time of Rally: 3 – 5PM – speakers, arts, music
Time of March: 5 – 8PM (candlelight march down Market st. to Justin Herman Plaza)
Starting Location: Civic Center
Ending Location: Justin Herman Plaza
No tickets required. register on Eventbrite pageFEB 8, 2017