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Announcement :: Organizing : Politics
Happy Hour for Progressive Faculty and Staff
21 Apr 2011
Are you a progressive working on campus? Join Campus2Community for happy hour on Wednesday, May 11 from 6:00 PM at Lir Irish Pub (903 Boylston St, Boston) to meet other campus progressives!
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RSVP at http://www.c2cnet.org! Event fee: $2 cash.

Campus2Community is an inclusive multi-issue network of progressive faculty and staff in the Greater Boston area. C2C network is a project of Socializing for Justice (http://www.sojust.org), a grassroots group established in 2006 to build a cross-issue progressive community, network and movement in Boston by putting the SOCIAL back in social justice.

Show up to get connected and collaborate (or commiserate) with like-minded progressives from other departments and other area campuses. Be inspired by all the great organizing, research and education being created in Boston area schools.

Beyond meeting progressive faculty and staff - C2C network will help you get connected with local social justice organizations so you can better support the progressive students on your campus.

To get started - meet us for happy hour!

Invite your friends - each person needs to RSVP for themselves - this event is open to any faculty, staff, or grad student working at or attending school in the Greater Boston area.
See also:
http://www.c2cnet.org
http://www.sojust.org

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