official webpage for the brooklyn college teach-in & workshop series on resistance to the trump agenda.

THURSDAYS 12:30PM-1:30PM @ 2127 Ingersoll Hall

NYC Protest & Political Event Calendar - Event calendar of NYC protests, political actions, protests, demonstrations, workshops, organizing trainings, and planning meetings. Attend, act, and create social change!

The Resistance Calendar - An event calendar of resistance movements across the US.

America after the 2016 Election: What Comes Next? - “What Comes Next?” is a site maintained by a group of Baruch College faculty members as a way to assist our students in dealing with the outcome of the 2016 election. We want to help you understand how immigration and other federal laws might change, what you can do to protect yourself, and how you can take action if you wish to do so.

AS OCT. 5 RENEWAL DEADLINE NEARS, CUNY DREAMERS GET DACA RENEWAL FEE COVERED; OTHERS MAY QUALIFY FOR GRANT - CUNY student Dreamers facing the Oct. 5 deadline to apply for renewal of their DACA immigration status will have the $495 application fee covered on the spot at CUNY Citizenship Now! DACA renewal events, thanks to a partnership with philanthropic organizations.

Immigration Policy Changes Information - Resources intended for CUNY students, faculty, and staff with questions and concerns about recent changes in federal policies around immigration.

We Stand Against Hate - The Enhancing Understanding and Compassion at Brooklyn College initiative, developed in response to challenges the college has faced with conflict on campus, most recently culminating in the collective message: We Stand Against Hate.

Reclaim Brooklyn College - The BC Student Union is an inclusive organization that unites students to defend their common interests in a democratic university. The Union exists to represent, empower and give a voice to the entire student body by engaging in sustainable and grassroots movements and ideas, which directly affect their education and campus life. It’s our school.

What Has Trump Done? - Tracking the actions of President Trump.

#MuslimBan Resource Guide - Multilingual guide which informs any individuals affected by the ‘Muslim Ban’ of their rights and any resources available to them.

Dollars & Sense - Real World Economics.

#grabyourwallet - A spreadsheet created to help consumers know where to (not) spend their money.

Trump Human Rights Tracker - With each day bringing fresh news of a damaging initiative by the President of the United States, it is difficult to keep up with all that the new Administration is doing that threatens human rights. To aid journalists, civil society organizations, and the general public, the Columbia Human Rights Law Review and Columbia Law School’s Rightslink, Human Rights Clinic, and Human Rights Institute have launched this regularly updated tool to keep track of Trump’s actions and their impacts on human rights. It summarizes the action taken by the President, identifies the human rights implications, and provides links to sources where readers can find more detailed analysis.

Stress Related to Immigration Status in Students: A Brief Guide for Schools - Dr. Lisa M. Edwards and Jacki Black from Marquette University put together this resource as a brief guide for schools to support students.

For Organizers - a list of information resources for organizers from people who have been working against the radical right for decades.

Indivisible: A Practical Guide for Resisting the Trump Agenda - Former congressional staffers reveal best practices for making Congress listen.

Resistance Manual - Action begins with information. There are more of us who believe in equity and justice than those who support Donald Trump's ideology of fear and hate. Together, we can harness the collective power of the people to resist the impact of a Trump presidency and to continue to make progress in our communities.

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