Not too soon to start thinking about and planning for CEW2019.
One of the main organizing tools for improving the plight of adjunct-contingent faculty has been Campus Equity Week or CEW.
Initially, CEW was a biannual adjunct-contingent organizing tool, where, during the last full week in October, adjunct-contingent faculty, faculty unions, and other supporting groups would, at their respective campuses, hold everything from rallies to seminars to guerilla theater to call attention to the unequal labor conditions faced by adjunct-contingent Higher Ed faculty.
Some campuses, such as my own, which are two-year colleges, have chosen to make Campus Equity Week an annual event because, with our ever-revolving student population and leadership, doing the event biannually would cause a lack of continuity and connection.
Some campuses and organizations, out of their own institutional necessities, will hold the event earlier or later by a week or so.
What’s important is that adjunct-contingent faculty get out and advocate, and encourage others, from students, to…
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