A crowd of people, mostly college students protesting around a statue with two trees on either side and a big building in the background

Thursday, Sept. 14, 2017, 7-8:30pm
St. Stephan's Church, 30 W. Woodruff
Since the election of Donald Trump, the emboldened far-right has focused on university campuses as a key site of organizing -- to both recruit young people to their white supremacist, fascist movement, and to target oppressed students and workers fighting together for justice. 
The far-right's orientation on campus has forced students to ask a plethora of questions: Am I safe on campus? What can I do to stop far-right intimidation here? Is the university administration our friend in this fight? Why is this all happening in the first place?
At this meeting we will try to answer these pressing questions, distill the lessons of past and current student movements, and motivate how essential student organizing is today. 
Only a strong and organized left can stop the right-wing threat on our campuses. And combating the right will be an essential part of our common struggle for a better university, country, and world.