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Action Now joined the Chicago Teachers Union, Kenwood Oakland Community Organization, SEIU Local 1 and many others for a press conference at Mayo Elementary to announce plans for a 3 Day March For Education Justice called “Our City, Our Schools … Continue reading
50 Action Now members left Sunday morning on a bus to Washington D.C. for the 2nd “Journey For Justice” to speak out against school closings, turnarounds and other corporate education reform strategies. Action Now is joining community organizations from 18 … Continue reading
On the morning of September 10, 2012, the first day of the Chicago teacher’s strike, Action Now President Michelle Young spoke at a press conference held by Grassroots Collaborative outside of CPS Headquarters to voice community support for striking Chicago … Continue reading
Action Now stands in support of Chicago public school teachers that are striking for smaller class sizes, fair pay and respect, and for keeping experienced teachers in the classroom. We urge CPS to settle this contract now so teachers can … Continue reading
Action Now recently took part in two events to lend support to Chicago’s workers that are fighting for fair treatment and justice! On September 3rd, Action Now members joined the Chicago Teachers Union at their Labor Day Rally for a … Continue reading
On May 23rd, Action Now members joined thousands of people from labor, community and religious organizations to demand that our tax dollars go to create jobs and save public services, instead of to tax breaks for the Chicago Mercantile Exchange, … Continue reading