Union lobbying downstate for the restoration of bargaining rights and to bring democracy back to the decision-making process for Chicago’s public schools.
Latino Youth strikers win sanctuary protections, mental health support, restorative justice, culturally appropriate curricula for low-income, Latinx high school students, as strike at Instituto schools continues.
CPS parents, students and teachers call on 46th Ward Ald. James Cappleman to cancel vote on Lincoln Yards project by rubber stamp City Council and let Chicagoans weigh in on the $1.3 billion decision when they vote in April 2 run-off election.
Picketing continues at 15 UNO/Acero sites, culminating in a rally downtown at the Chicago Board of Education.