Dispatches from the Struggle

Dispatches from the Struggle is a series that focuses on intersectional community organizing and social movement struggles outside of CUNY that intersect with CUNY struggles. Dispatches from the Struggle seeks to connect struggles and build solidarity and power across movements. The Dispatches from the Struggle is free and open to CUNY and the community.

Questions? Contact CUNY Adjunct Project’s Co-Organizer of External & Labor Relations and creator and organizer of Dispatches from the Struggle, Jamila Hammami at adjunctproject[@]protonmail.com.


Check out some of the upcoming Dispatches from the Struggle events planned for Spring 2022 below and on the side events panel.

Upcoming Events

The Adjunct Project’s Dispatches from the Struggle has several upcoming events in spring 2022, we hope to see you there!

Dispatches from the Struggle is a series that focuses on intersectional community organizing and social movement struggles outside of CUNY that intersect with CUNY struggles. Dispatches from the Struggle seeks to connect struggles and build solidarity and power across movements. The Dispatches from the Struggle is free and open to CUNY and the community.

Spring 2022 Events

March 2022

March 31st, 2022 at 6 pm EST
Dispatches from the Struggle with Mark k. Tilsen: Indigenous Rights & Sovereignty, Standing Rock, L’eau est La Vie Camp, & Indigenous Political Prisoners

Join Dispatches from the Struggle in welcoming Mark k. Tilsen, Oglala Lakota Poet Educator from the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation. Mark will join us to discuss Standing Rock, L’eau est La Vie Camp, Water Protectors, Indigenous Rights, Sovereignty, and Political Prisoners, with moderator Jamila Hammami, Co-Organizer of External and Labor Relations at the Adjunct Project.

Learn more about the event here.

 


April 2022

April 7th, 2022 at 6 pm EST
Dispatches from the Struggle with Leena Al-Arian & Daniel McGowan in Dialogue: Political Prisoner Solidarity

 

April 13th, 2022 at 6 pm EST
Dispatches from the Struggle with Dr. Sam Anderson, Community Control of Schools Then & Now: The Fight Against Privatization Continues 

 

In this Dispatches from the Struggle, Dr. Sam Anderson, co-founder of the The NYC Coalition to Finally End Mayoral Control 2022 (CFEMC), former member of Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC), and founding member of the Black Panther Party, will join us to discuss the historical and current conditions of community control of schools and the fight against privatization of education in New York City.

Learn more about the event here.

 

 

In this Dispatches from the Struggle, Dr. Sam Anderson, co-founder of the The NYC Coalition to Finally End Mayoral Control 2022 (CFEMC), former member of Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC), and founding member of the Black Panther Party, will join us to discuss the historical and current conditions of community control of schools and the fight against privatization of education in New York City.

Learn more about the event here.


Past Recent Events

March 16th, 2022 at 6 pm EST
Dispatches from the Struggle with Dr. Maha Hilal

Join Dispatches from the Struggle in welcoming Dr. Maha Hilal, Co-Director of Justice for Muslims Collective, organizer, researcher, writer, and author of the book Innocent Until Proven Muslim: Islamophobia, the War on Terror, and the Muslim Experience Since 9/11. Dr. Hilal will join us to discuss Islamophobia, the War on Terror and Guantanamo Bay, with moderator Jamila Hammami, Co-Organizer of External and Labor Relations at the Adjunct Project.

March 14th, 2022 at 12 pm EST
Dispatches from the Struggle with Respond Crisis Translation: Fighting for Language Justice at the Intersection of Fair Wages & Economic Justice

Join Dispatches from the Struggle in welcoming Marie-Ève Monette and Uma of Respond Crisis Translation. The panel will focus on Respond Crisis Translation’s fight for Language Justice at the Intersection of Fair Wages/ Economic Justice, with moderator Jamila Hammami, Co-Organizer of External and Labor Relations at the Adjunct Project. Learn more about the event here.