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Parents 4 Teachers has come together to stand up for teachers and fight for quality schools for ALL Chicago children. We believe that building solidarity among parents and teachers, supporting social movement teacher unionism and fighting racist school policies is key to building a high quality, equitable, and just public school system for all of Chicago.

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P4T Annual Fundraiser--Songs of Unity and Resistance

Join Parents 4 Teachers as we celebrate this year's victories and build our strength for the fights ahead. Good food, drinks and music by P4T's own Hopeless Optimists, featuring Josh Radinsky, Ruthie Seidener and others. 

We'll also honor two leaders in the fight for education justice nationally and locally: Journey 4 Justice Alliance and Educator/Activist Sarah Chambers. 

Come enjoy the evening--maybe even sing some songs--and help support P4T's work to win respect for educators and quality public schools for ALL children. Seating is limited, so purchase your tickets today. 

WHEN
June 03, 2017 at 7pm
WHERE
Quilombo Cultural Center
1757 N Kimball Ave
Chicago, IL 60647
United States
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We can make a difference in our schools and our city, but we need your help. Take action today. Volunteer your time on one of our campaigns. Organize parents in your school and community. Call your elected officials or CPS board members. Pass a petition and help spread the word. 

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