Celebrate labor history with SENS-UAW this Friday!

Celebrate Labor History and Join the SENS-UAW Precarity Circus
Don’t Mourn, Organize! Performances in Celebration of Labor Troubador Joe Hill (1879-1915)
Friday, November 20, 7-9pm, John L. Tishman Auditorium, University Center, 63 5th Avenue.  Click here to get a free ticket!

Amy Goodman, of Democracy Now!, and others will celebrate the life and contributions of Joe Hill, early 20th-century union organizer with the Industrial Workers of the World (IWW) and singer/songwriter. Read more details from The New School, a co-sponsor of the event, here.

Join the SENS-UAW Precarity Circus before the Joe Hill event!

A number of us plan to attend the Joe Hill celebration and hope you will join us. We will also hold our first and, hopefully, last Precarity Circus to demonstrate the difficulty of life without a union. The Precarity Circus will feature clowns struggling to keep all the balls in the air, unstable balancers, and inflexible contortionists. If you would like to join our circus, please come prepared to demonstrate the challenging labor conditions we face at The New School. We will have face paint and snacks — bring your own costume and sense of humor.
Not much of a performer? No problem. Volunteers are welcome to distribute leaflets, hold signs, and take pictures and, of course, wear one of the newly-created, union-printed SENS-UAW t-shirts.
Please contact sensuaw@gmail.com for more information, or join us Friday afternoon as we prepare starting at 5:30 pm in the Social Justice Hub, 63 5th Avenue room 513. Or just show up at 6:15 outside Tishman Auditorium to help distribute information about our campaign to allies in the labor movement and broader community attending the Joe Hill event.