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Stanford Solidarity Network
The Stanford Solidarity Network is a group of concerned graduate students at Stanford that engages with urgent issues that impact the community.
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Randi Weingarten Dec 4
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Stanford Solidarity Network Dec 3
Stanford won’t step up and support its graduate students with families. Help grad student parents breathe a bit easier this holiday season by donating to help off-set the exorbitant costs of dependent health care:
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Anna Toledano Nov 12
Thank you for the thorough coverage of our action on Fri. We won't go away until our colleagues get the coverage they need
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Jenn Coulombe Oct 25
Replying to @BoulderCRC
Grad students are employees with financial needs too. We are asking for the right to work, study and complete our PhDs without the added financial anxieties. PhDs should not be exclusively for the wealthy.
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Fait Aug 26
Second Harvest Food Bank is here on Stanford campus today to distribute food to graduate students + their families! Each student/family can pick up 150 lbs of food for the month on Dudley Lane in Escondido Village from 1-2:30 pm!
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Stanford Solidarity Network Aug 22
FREE FOOD is coming to campus August 26 1-2:30PM! Sign up for the August Pop-Up Food Pantry Pilot here: And to volunteer:
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Stanford Solidarity Network Mar 17
Replying to @solidarityntwrk
Making Stanford a place where diverse students can thrive means: affordable housing, childcare, and healthcare, accessible mental health services, and consequences for those who commit sexual violence. Read our letter here.
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Stanford Solidarity Network Mar 17
On Friday, we welcomed diverse admits but talked to them about what life is really like for graduate students at , especially those from diverse backgrounds.
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Stanford Solidarity Network 3 Oct 18
Stanford Solidarity Network stands with Dr. Christine Blasey Ford and all survivors of gender-based violence. Stanford students/affiliates -- express your support for Dr. Ford, who is a member of our campus community, through this letter of solidarity!
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Tech Workers Coalition 20 Jun 18
Love and solidarity to every single worker who made this happen. This is incredible, and they're just getting started. ✊✊🏻✊🏼✊🏽✊🏾✊🏿
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Lilly Irani #COLA4ALL 18 Jun 18
"Microsoft currently has $19.14 million in active contracts with ICE, according to Bloomberg Government data. Cloud-computing and software rivals, including Inc., Alphabet Inc.’s Google and IBM, regularly compete for similar government work."
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Stanford Solidarity Network 15 Jun 18
More than 100 students — including many from Stanford but also others from different colleges and universities — have signed a pledge to boycott interviewing at Google unless the Mountain View tech giant stops doing military projects.
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Stanford Solidarity Network 11 Jun 18
At an undisclosed location in the ME, AI helped analysts identify objects from a ScanEagle drone over the battlefield. Next month, when they send the tech back to war with more software and hardware updates, they believe it will be even more accurate.
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Tech Workers Coalition 11 Jun 18
"Lattice’s test in Texas helped customs agents catch 55 unauthorized border crossers [...] If Luckey has his way, the border wall of the future will be Anduril’s." Anyone who works on this is complicit in every ICE abuse, every child locked up. No more.
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Lilly Irani #COLA4ALL 9 Jun 18
'Amazon says Rekognition can be used to identify “people of interest,” raising the possibility that those labeled suspicious by governments — such as undocumented immigrants or Black activists — will be seen as fair game for Rekognition surveillance.'
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Stanford Solidarity Network 8 Jun 18
We wish you had acknowledged the work of the thousands of Google employees and academics that made this happen. Also, not the "first": The Toronto Declaration protects human rights in AI systems Microsoft has AI principles too:
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Stanford Solidarity Network 8 Jun 18
Replying to @solidarityntwrk
The Toronto Declaration was prepared by Amnesty International and Access Now and has been endorsed by Human Rights Watch and Wikimedia Foundation. Couldn't Google have joined? How will Google's AI principles be enacted? What organizations will provide oversight?
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Stanford Solidarity Network 8 Jun 18
We wish you had acknowledged the work of the thousands of Google employees and academics that made this happen. Also, not the "first": The Toronto Declaration protects human rights in AI systems Microsoft has AI principles too:
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