May, 2018: 
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Thank you to Rep. Jeni Arndt (D-53), who asked for a summer legislative task force to look at non-tenure track faculty pay and working conditions in the Colorado Community College System. She did so on April 26, the day K12 teachers from metro-area school districts were protesting on the steps of the Colorado 
Capitol their own pay and working conditions. Her request failed, along party lines. She intends to keep helping us. We are hoping for more dialogue and a better chance at some much-needed change for the CCCS faculty majority in the 2019 Session of the General Assembly. National and local attention is focused on teachers now more so than ever before, and in August, former Lt. Gov. Joe Garcia will become the new CCCS President.

April, 2018:
October, 2017: Campus Equity Week 2017: Tailgate party, Vitamin AAUP, Operation Pumpkin, etc. (see photos).
September, 2017: The Guardian (int'l coverage, with CCCS adjunct faculty)
September 2017: Daily Kos  (int'l coverage, with link to our Adjunct Cookbook)
September 2017: The Alternet (more int'l coverage, more on Adjunct Cookbook)
September 2017: Jezebel (more int'l coverage, with CCCS adjunct faculty)
Aug. 2017: Westword
Philosophy instructor Nate Bork was fired from his job at the Community College of Aurora four weeks into the fall semester — and just days after he’d informed administrators of his concerns about whether a mandated class redesign was lowering academic standards.
Photo of Nate Bork, courtesy Anthony Camera, Westword

June 2017: The Adjunct Coloring Book - Buy your copy today!
                    Solution for Workplace Questions Crossword Puzzle
February, 2016:Our Response to the CCCS Adjunct Task Force Recommendation

Don Eron, AAUP Committee A, explains faculty rights, Mini-Innie, July 2015.

Hank Reichman, AAUP VP, at Mini-Innie, July, 2015.

Adjunct uses a microscope to find 3% ($4.80/week) CCCS pay raise for 4,600 adjuncts, Dec. 2015.

Community College of Denver, Adjunct Survival Workshop, Oct. 2015.
Red Rocks Chapter, Campus Equity Week, Oct. 2014.

Howard Bunsis gives his analysis of CCCS finances, Mini-Innie, 2015.
The morning session was held at the Bittersweet Cafe, Mini-Innie, 2015.

Selling copies of "The Adjunct Cookbook," nice and NAWD-ey, Feb. 2015.
Fall 2015: Adjunct Survival Workshops on two CCCS campuses to connect adjunct faculty with our city, county, and state contacts for food, housing, and utility bill help, low-cost health-care coverage and PERA retirement planning. (For details, see "Events" listing at left.)
Fall 2015: Campus Equity Week: Watch Professors in Poverty (features local AAUP members)
Summer 2015: The Mini-Innie delivered maximum results for metro-area community college faculty organizers. (For details, see "Events" listing at left.)
Spring 2015: Rocky Mountain PBS investigates abysmal working conditions of half of the CCCS workforce: its 4,000+ adjuncts
Television broadcast: Rocky Mountain PBS
Ft. Collins Coloradoan (front page story):
Colo. community colleges lean on low-paid adjuncts

Feb. 2015: National Adjunct Walkout Day (see more in "Events" tab at left).
Auraria Campus Adjuncts Speak Out:

Auraria Campus Adjunct Speak Out

2015 will be our best year yet!

Photos from Campus Equity Weeks, 2012- 2014