Category: Events

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Register Now for the 4Cs Membership Conference

Please join the 4Cs for our 2018 Membership Conference on Saturday, April 28 at the Mystic Hilton. The agenda and registration can be found here. Workshops will include preparing for retirement, promotion and tenure, contract questions and answers, labor history, conflict resolution, the politics of public higher education, and more! Our lunchtime speaker will be […]

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2018 CT Women’s March

On January 20, 2018, on the one-year anniversary of the first Women’s March, people of all backgrounds will come together in Hartford to defend women’s rights, workers’ rights, civil rights, immigrant rights, and much more. So please join us at the State Capitol Building on Saturday, Jan. 20, at 12:30 p.m. as we launch the 2018 Women’s […]

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Day of Action for Public Higher Education

Sign up here! See the full agenda here! Sign up here.

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Why I’m Attending “Take Back CT”

This Thursday, September 8, the 4Cs and our D.U.E. Justice –D.U.E. stands for Democracy, Unity, and Equality– partners are joining together to hear Rev. Dr. Barber of the North Carolina NAACP and founder of the Moral Monday Movement. The D.U.E. Justice is calling for collective action on 5 key issue areas needed to turn our […]

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Take Back CT!

Take Back Connecticut! Thursday, September 8  Central CT State University New Britain, CT  “We must never adjust ourselves to economic conditions that take necessities from the many to give luxuries to the few.” Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. On Martin Luther King birthday weekend, a coalition of labor, civil rights, community and faith organizations […]

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Video from “A Celebration of Unity, Equality, and Democracy”

A diverse group of community, faith, civic and labor organizations on the weekend before Martin Luther King, Jr. Day 2016 came together to reclaim the great civil rights leader’s vision. Over 300 people gathered at the Bethel African Methodist Episcopal (AME) Church in Bloomfield for a forum design to promote greater democracy and end racial […]

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Challenging Runaway Inequality

Join the 4Cs and Connecticut Citizen Action Group for: Justice Works Convening Saturday, January 30, 9AM Middlesex Community College, Chapman Hall 808 A&B Lunch Included Speakers & Panelists include: Les Leapold, The Labor & Public Health Institute Libero Della Piana, Alliance for a Just Society Bishop John Selders Jr., CLS, D.D. Pastor, Amistad UCC Subira […]

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MLK Day Weekend Event – A Celebration of Unity, Equality, and Democracy

MLK Day Weekend Event – A Celebration of Unity, Equality, and Democracy

SAVE THE DATE for this SEBAC-organized event!  In Connecticut, where the middle class is shrinking, where huge corporations make billions in profits while paying workers less than $10 an hour, and Koch Brothers-funded front groups attack workers for having unions, where critical public services are repeatedly cut and the richest among us pay the lowest […]

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ATTENTION MEMBERS, ADJUNCTS, FORMER ADJUNCTS

For publicity related to the upcoming Campus Equity Week, we’re looking for adjuncts or former adjuncts who have had difficulty making ends meet though adjuncting, have found adjunct working conditions difficult (no office, etc) and are willing to talk about it with radio talk show hosts and newspaper reporters. Our goal is to find three […]

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Happy Labor Day!

Happy Labor Day!

From http://www.ctnewsjunkie.com/archives/entry/op-ed_labor_day_2015 OP-ED | Labor Day 2015 by Leo Canty | Sep 4, 2015 1:24pm (0) | Log in to Post a Comment Posted to: Analysis, Civil Liberties, Corporate Watch, The Economy, Election 2016, Equality, Labor, Opinion LEO CANTY Labor Day is a creation of the labor movement, dedicated to the social and economic achievements of American workers and the contributions they have made to the strength, […]

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