Teach-Out: Why we should sing Georges Brassens’ songs on picket days

Why we should sing Georges Brassens’ songs on picket days

An online teach-out:  Tuesday 21st March, 11am-11:45am (Link to join via Teams)

Isabelle Felici will give a talk about the French singer, author and composer Georges Brassens (1921-1981), whose songs deal with antinationalism, pacifism, anticlericalism, antiestablishment, feminism (in a certain old fashioned way) and are still a handbook for rebellion today.

All staff and students are welcome to attend via this link: Teams link.

Teach Out: Starting conversations about race and racism

Starting conversations about race and racism

A hybrid teach-out: Monday 20th March, 11am-12 noon, in-person and online (Link to join via Zoom)

Denise Coles and Amanda Harrington will talk about how to start conversations about race and racism, with fellow workers and students, in meetings, corridors, formally and in informal exchanges.

All are welcome to attend in person at: The Council Chambers, Loughborough Students Union, or via this link: (Link to join via Zoom)

Teach Out: Organising for Power Workshop

Organising for Power Workshop

An online teach-out: Friday 17th March, 2pm – 3:30pm, (Link to join via Teams)

Alexandre Christoyannopoulos will lead the workshop introducing methods from the Organising for Power training that some members attended last year, with time for discussion about how they could work within Loughborough UCU.

This workshop is for LUCU members only, you can attend via this link: Teams link.

Teach Out: Organising and Power

Organising and Power

An online teach-out:  Wednesday 15th March, 11am-12 noon (Link to join via Teams)

Ruth Kinna will give a talk about Rose Pesotta (1896–1965), anarchist, feminist and labour organizer in the International Ladies’ Garment Workers’ Union.

All staff and students are welcome to attend via this link: Teams link.

Teach Out: Memories of Anti-racism

CANCELLED

Memories of Anti-racism

A hybrid teach-out: Thursday 16th March, 11am-12 noon, in-person and online (Link to join via Teams)

Emily Keightley will introduce the Migrant Memory and Postcolonial Imagination exhibition at Charnwood Arts (address: 27 Rectory Pl, Loughborough LE11 1UW), and will talk about histories and memories of anti-racist protest and experiences of racism in Loughborough and East London.

Teach Out: Organising and Power – PAUSED

The Organising and Power Teach Out is PAUSED and will likely be rescheduled.

An online teach-out: Wednesday 1st March, 2:30-5pm (Link to join via Teams)

Ruth Kinna will give a talk (open to all staff and students) about Rose Pesotta (1896–1965), anarchist, feminist and labour organizer in the International Ladies’ Garment Workers’ Union.

Then Alexandre Christoyannopoulos will lead a workshop (for LUCU members only) introducing methods from the Organizing for Power workshops that some members attended last year, with time for discussion about how they could work within Loughborough UCU.