#tdih 1981 The CDC published a medical study about five gay men, plagued by a mysterious autoimmune disease, in June 1981. It formally marked the start of the AIDS epidemic in the U.S. In the decades that followed, people organized to raise awareness of HIV/AIDS, to find a cure, to educate people about treatment and prevention, and to create a culture of compassion instead of fear around it. This includes activist organizations like ACT UP (AIDS Coalition to Unleash Power). #PrideMonth
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#RedforEd RALLIES UPDATE
MEA President Paula Herbart and AFT Michigan President David Hecker have released a new video inviting you to join with other educators and advocates to rally on the steps of the Michigan Capitol. There are two rallies scheduled – June 18 and 25. CLICK HERE to view the video
. If you can get to Lansing on one of those days, please RSVP soon at www.mea.org/redfored.
Invite interested community members, parents, and friends to join us in pressing state lawmakers to fund our schools, and get involved in organizing support for public education in your community as budget negotiations heat up.
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Whether it’s dyslexia (a specific learning disability) or writing, attention, organization, or other learning and behavioral difficulties, children who struggle in school need teachers who can help them learn. Sometimes that help can occur in a general class setting. Other times a child might benefit from small group or individualized assistance. That’s what special education […]
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