October 25, 2020

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Real News - October 2020

Hitting the Books and Sharing Ideas with LACC Instructors
Hitting the Books and Sharing Ideas with LACC Instructors Shortly after being hired as full-time faculty in noncredit and adult education at City College, former adjuncts Kimberly Guppy (pictured at right) and Martha Clayton (at left) did exactly what you would expect energized and engaged AFT 1521 members to do: They started a book club.
Presidents Message
Voting Season In between autumn and winter, we’ve added a new ‘season’ - voting season - which runs October 5 to November 3. And with it come some unexpected problems: unofficial ballot drop-off boxes, conflicting information in the media, unsupported claims in political ads, health risks when voting in person or volunteering to be a poll worker.
Phone Banking
Faculty, Students Phonebank for Election Campaign With so much at stake in the upcoming election, AFT 1521 has mobilized its forces to ensure that LACCD faculty, staff, and students get the resources and representation they deserve. Since September, faculty and students have been phone banking and spreading the message about the Colleges We All Deserve (#CollegesWeAllDeserve) campaign.
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Message from your Guild President - Moving Forward with a New Contract
Congratulations to Guild members for having just reached a tentative agreement in negotiations with no takebacks and gains we can be proud of. Watch for your ratification ballot in the mail. We were successful because management knew our faculty were watching and engaged. Thanks to all who joined us virtually to observe the negotiating sessions and Board of Trustee meetings.
Meet Andra Hoffman – Seat #1
A board president’s work is never done. Just ask Andra Hoffman, who after five years on the LACCD Board of Trustees still feels as if she is still “just sort of getting my feet wet.
Meet David Vela – Seat #3
David Vela “hit the ground running” when he joined the LACCD Board of Trustees in 2018. Two years later, as he seeks reelection, the Montebello native, public affairs expert, and former school board member marvels at how quickly the time has flown by while also affirming that there is much work still to be done.
Meet Nichelle Henderson - Seat #5
Experience, both in the classroom and at the bargaining table, is a hallmark of what Nichelle Henderson offers in her candidacy for seat #5 on the Board of Trustees. A faculty advisor and lecturer at Cal State University, Los Angeles, and a member of her faculty rights team, Henderson understands what it means to be a teacher during challenging times.
Meet Mike Fong – Seat #7
In a certain way, Mike Fong owes his very existence to the Los Angeles Community College District. His parents met while they were students at Los Angeles City College, and Fong himself took classes at City College and East L.A. College before transferring to UCLA.
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