.Take Action!

E-mail the Director of Licensing at derek_lochbaum@unc.edu, call him at (919)962-1365, and e-mail the new chancellor, Holden Thorp, at chancellor@unc.edu and call him at (919) 962-1365 to demand that they and the entire UNC administration be fully transparent about the reported “university discussion group.” For more details on the matter, see the post entitled “UNC Behind the Scenes: Still Refusing to Discuss Human Rights in Good Faith” on our homepage.

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Call and e-mail members of the Board of Trustees!

Find names, emails and phone numbers here. The Chancellor reports to the Board of Trustees and will listen to them. Tell them that the Chancellor should listen to the people of his University, drop all charges against peaceful students and adopt the DSP!!

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Sign the petition!

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Join our facebook group!

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4 Responses

  1. […] more about the campaign for a sweatshop free UNC and other ways you can take action […]

  2. Hey comrades–

    Thank you for participating in this important action. Taking back our universities and demanding that they be administered ethically is one of the most important fights we have as students and workers.

    Student Power!

    In solidarity,

    Isaac Kamola
    University of Minnesota

  3. Hi SAWers,

    Ditto on thanks for the work you’re doing right now. The power we have over the choices and policies our universities make is some of the most important we have. The action you’re taking is showing a lot of peole that we students and workers know that and, more importantly, know what it should be used for. Keep fighting and know there are a lot of us outside Chapel Hill that are behind you and your cause.

    In solidarity,
    Heather Steffen
    Carnegie Mellon University

  4. You folks are amazing — and stubborn. Keep up the struggle on behalf of labor rights! You’re the moral conscience of the university. We’re behind you!

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