Thank you to everybody that tuned into Solidarity News’ livestream last week on a safe University of Oregon. If you missed it you can watch the recording at your convenience here. Look forward to more coverage on this subject and more live events.
This week’s newsletter is a bit different with no featured story, it will return to the normal format next week.
Springfield Public Schools is preparing to have K-3 students back this fall. The Springfield Education Association held a forum recently with teachers to collect thoughts on Springfield’s reopening plans. Among the top words used by teachers were anxious, disappointed, and expendable.
The University of Oregon is set to announce the extent of in-person/remote learning tomorrow, August 26.
The UO Law School announced that about 85% of instruction would be remote this term. First year classes will be remote, but some upper level classes and clinics will be held in person.
The Eugene Public Library reopened indoor services yesterday, the first time since closing down March 13. Computer use is restricted to one hour appointments and browsing is restricted with patrons given the option of counter service
The week ahead
Tuesday, 3-5 PM — NAC: solidarity share fair mobile free market
Friday, 5-8 PM — Eugene, OR: March in Solidarity w/ the ‘20 March on Washington @ Federal Courthouse
Sunday, 3 PM — Bake sale for Eugene Bail Fund @ Monroe Park
Find more events and submit events at solidarity.page