Monday, April 30, 2007

Who We Are

We are a coalition initiated by the Student Labor Action Movement (SLAM), a group on campus that focuses on worker's rights both on-campus and around the world.

The coalition was formed in order to establish a more broad support network for security officers. Although this campaign is one based on worker's rights, it is also a campaign simply to support fellow members of the Harvard community as they strive for social justice.

As students, the security officers we see everyday are just as much a part of our lives as our professors or deans. We support our security officers, and all Harvard workers, in their efforts to improve their workplaces and will not sit idley as Harvard refuses to comply with these very basic demands.

Coalition Members

Association of Black Harvard Women (ABHW)
Black Mens Forum (BMF)
Black Students Association (BSA)
Fuerza Latina
Graduate Student Council (GSC)
Harvard AIDS Coaltion
Harvard College Coalition for Ugandan Peace (HCCUP)
Harvard College Democrats
Harvard College Progressive Jewish Alliance (PJA)
Harvard Darfur Action Group (HDAG)
Harvard Graduate Student Labor Council
Harvard Initiative for Peace and Justice (HIPJ)
Harvard Progressive Advocacy Group (HPAG)
Harvard-Radcliffe RAZA
Harvard Students for Choice
Latinas Unidas
Latino Men's Collective
Phillips Brooks House Association (PBHA)
Radcliffe Union of Students (RUS)
South Asian Women's Collective (SAWC)
Student Labor Action Movement (SLAM)
Students Taking On Poverty (STOP)
Unbound: Harvard Journal of the Legal Left
Undergraduate Council (UC)