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Tuesday, August 25, 2020
A quote to inspire us to keep going:
“The Labor Movement was the principal force that transformed misery and despair into hope and progress.”
— Martin Luther King Jr.
We need to stay connected, now more than ever.

The University attempted to silence the voice of our Union at the last town hall meeting by evading questions and now they give us less than 24 hours notice that there is a Town Hall meeting tomorrow at 2:00 P.M.

We are taking action and need your participation. The chat is disabled during the Town Hall so we cannot communicate as a collective working body.

The only way our actions, as a Union, can be seen and heard is to stand together and continue to ask questions that need answers, especially now with layoffs and a Voluntary Work Time Reduction program.

At our next Town Hall meeting we will be ready and connected with a LIVE chat for CSUEU members through Slack and we will be heard.

Sign-in, in advance, and we'll be collecting questions so that we can collectivize on highlighting the most important ones.

We've been through a worldwide pandemic, painstaking fires, and a transition into remote-work like no other. There is no way that this mismanagement of the time and energy of our members will stand. We are an extremely resilient group and we are definitely not giving up now.

If there's one thing that we know for a fact, it is that through all of this we are stronger together.

In solidarity,
-CSUEU Executive Board