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Social Equality Educators (SEE), the rank-and-file caucus within the Seattle Education Association, has put out a list of five things community members can do to help support the strike.  We are reprinting them below.  Please get involved!
1

Join a picket line at your local school!  Teachers and staff will be thrilled to see broader community support for their struggle and bigger numbers on the picket lines help draw more attention to the cause.  You can show up to any picket during school hours and introduce yourself and help walk the line.  If possible, it’s also great to bring handwritten signs and wear red.

2
Join the newly formed community support coalition Coalition for the Schools Seattle Deserves on Facebook.
3
Attend a rally tomorrow (Thursday, Sept. 10) at 12:00 p.m. at 23rd Ave. & E. Alder St., sponsored by the Seattle Solidarity Network.
4
Attend a community forum at City Hall tomorrow (Thursday, Sept. 10) at 6pm, sponsored by the Coalition for the Schools Seattle Deserves.
5
Write and call the Superintendent and the School Board and let them know you support the teachers' demands:

Seattle Public Schools Superintendent
Dr. Larry Nyland
(206) 252-0180
superintendent@seattleschools.org

Seattle School Board
(206) 252-0040
schoolboard@seattleschools.org
Want to know more about the issues behind the strike?  Check out the following articles from Socialistworker.org
 
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