Monday, April 6th
2:00 - 4:00 pm

Rethinking the Benevolent University

Recording of training:

Facilitated by Dr. Marcia Chatelain (Professor of History, Georgetown University)

In this teach-in, I will discuss the relationship between universities and slavery, displacement, and gentrification to help activists think about the terms in which they make claims upon the university, and this process will help us rethink our ideas about universities and the public good.


The people’s university. 
Think tank for resistance movements 
Training school for a new generation of university labor organizers.

About the strike


Public education free and accessible for everyone - without student debt.
Critical thinking and skills - not bound to the imperatives of the market.
Communities of care and shared struggle - not competition for grades & grants.
Brilliance - without ‘experts’.

Learn your power to organize personal and social transformation.
Decolonize, democratize, queer, and abolish the university.