Hey! So for all you men and women reading this, i’d like to say, that the future of NYCSU is on the line this year, so what we need you to do…
Tell your kids, nephew’s, niece’s, and really any student that attends school in NYC
P.S, We meet at D.C. 37 on mondays at 5
Hey guys! Rebecca here. As a union, we want to tell you all of the big plans that we have in store for the upcoming months.
1. Organizing a benefit show somewhere in Brooklyn in order to raise awareness of our organization
2. Take a stance against Cathy Black and collaborate with other groups so our voices can reach Bloomberg.
3. We’re planning on doing another student government day this year, so hopefully we’ll have all of you join us sometime in March.
4. To go support charter schools or not to support charter schools? This has been a very heated debate lately, and we look forward to hearing the opinions of many different students.
Those 4 topics are our primary focus this year. We welcome students from all corners of the city to come join us at our meetings which are currently situated at the DC37 building on Mondays at 5pm.
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In June the MTA will be holding their final vote on the fate of student metrocards. If they decide against us, it will be pretty hard to fight (not that we won’t try), so NOW IS THE TIME TO MAKE OUR VOICES HEARD. We need Bloomberg, Patterson and Walder to stop passing the buck and take responsibility for our futures!
Please join the New York City Student Union on Friday, June 11th for a march across the Brooklyn Bridge to tell those in charge that we can not and will not pay for public school.
I know many of you are thinking “there have been so many protests, do they even make a difference?” Yes, they do: the March vote was postponed because of all our resistance! We have to keep the heat on in these final weeks.
So let’s do it one more time! Dig up your sneakers, pull out the posters, and walk for your right to free public school.
Friday, June 11th, 2010
4:30pm - 7:00pm
Meeting in Cadman Plaza Park, Brooklyn at 4:30, and walking over the Brooklyn Bridge.
Cadman Plaza Park at the intersection of Cadman Plaza E. and Red Cross Place. (A/C to High Street or 2/3 to Clark st.)151 comments