Activists IV Justice: New Student Group at LIU Brooklyn

Activists IV Social Justice is a student-led collective democratic organization at LIU-Brooklyn that address a variety of social justice issues. The group is sponsoring two events in the near future. 

"Reclaiming Black History Month Through Activism: An Intersectional Panel Discussion on Racism, Police Accountability, and the Need for Activism," February 26, 7PM, Health Sciences Building, Room 119.

The second event, "Intro to Twitter Activism," is March 4, 5PM, Pratt Building, Room 619. See the two-page flyer below for details.

LIUFF Sponsors Event in Support of Equity for Adjunct Faculty

The Long Island University Faculty Federation (i.e., the LIU Brooklyn faculty union) is sponsoring an event to which all students, faculty, administrators, and staff are invited. The union's announcement is as follows:

"The first annual National Adjunct Walkout Day is Wednesday, February 25.  

"While we are prevented by our contract from participating in a walkout, we are marking the day with an event sponsored by the LIUFF.  

"Please join us on Wednesday Feb. 25th from 12 - 2 pm in Pratt 321 in the Learning Communities Lounge

"Drop by, have some coffee and pie, meet fellow adjuncts and concerned full-time faculty, and join the conversation about adjunct equity."

A Reading by Jake Matkov at Bureau of General Services--Queer Division

Creative Writing MFA candidate Jake Matkov will be reading with Wo Chan and Jayson Smith at Bureau of General Services--Queer Division, a cultural center, bookstore, and event space at The Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Transgender Community Center

This reading is the fifth installment in a series called Newfangled, which is made up of poetry readings by emerging poets and hosted by Robert Siek. 

Saturday, February 21, 2015, at 7:00 PM

Bureau of General Services-Queer Division
208 West 13th Street, Room 210