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Stanford Solidarity Network
An alliance of graduate workers at fighting for justice, equity, and safety for graduate students and the wider community.
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President Marc Tessier-Lavigne Nov 5
I know it’s an anxious time for many of you. If you need to take a break this week, you can’t — It’s week 8 🤗 👍🏻
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Abolish Stanford IFC/ISC Nov 4
UPDATE: Our resolution passed the Graduate Student Council tonight! We are thrilled that the ASSU, which represents the Stanford student body, supports unhousing Greek orgs and making their houses available to all undergrads, not just the most privileged.
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Stanford Solidarity Network Nov 3
Replying to @czzerger
omg caleb
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Talia Quandelacy Nov 3
Since its impossible to ignore or not think about the today, I thought I’d do a little 🧵 on the Native American Vote, an often-over-looked population of 5.2 million people who contribute to the electorate
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Jake Kirkland Nov 3
Working the polls in EPA since 0630. Only 8 hours to go (polls close at 8pm though we aren't done until after)
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California Labor Federation Nov 2
“I'm tired of people celebrating labor exploitation as the future of work.”
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abolish stanford Nov 3
📢 week of action 11/9-11/13 📢 check back this week for more information coming soon!
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Ya Nov 3
Organizing beyond elections is how we free people from cages, we build community care, we change narratives, we empower one another to be bold against this fascist state.
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Stanford Solidarity Network Nov 3
any update with this?
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Day Worker Center MV Nov 3
Great Article! thank you !
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San Mateo County Participatory Defense Nov 3
Out here 100 feet away from the polls sharing information on propositions that will shape our future; please come out and vote!
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Allyson Hobbs Nov 3
In a time of great uncertainty, I am thrilled that Prof Eddie Glaude (Princeton University) will be our guest on the Community Hour this Sunday, Nov 8 at 1pm PST. To register: .
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Elena Shao Nov 3
:) We also have a great team working on elections coverage this week. If you're not too overwhelmed and feeling up to it, you can keep track of our alums' races, student experiences and thoughts, expert takes on important issues, all on our elections page.
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SV De-Bug Nov 3
Our brother Phal Sok of won his pardon after being locked up in the stae prison system & immigration prison system. He's gone on to be a nationally leader in challenging the oppression nexus of the criminal court/immigration systems. Hear why he says !
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Stanford Solidarity Network Nov 3
Replying to @StanfordDaily
Follow the 's election coverage here: . Stay safe and informed, everyone!
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Stanford Solidarity Network Nov 3
Replying to @solidarityntwrk
8. Another quick but informative profile of the students acting as poll workers:
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Stanford Solidarity Network Nov 3
7. This profile of the pandemic's impact at by SSN member , including 's plea that Stanford students vote:
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Stanford Solidarity Network Nov 3
Replying to @solidarityntwrk
6. A heartfelt and personal LGBTQ+ student perspective on voting in the election:
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Stanford Solidarity Network Nov 3
Replying to @solidarityntwrk
5. See also StanfordVotes themselves on why young people especially should vote:
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