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CPEA Election Committee


OFFICER NOMINATIONS                                              


Treasurer          Secretary         EMAC “B”     VP- Middle School   VP - Elementary “B”

Kathleen Friend       Mary Moser             Josepha Burke         Sarah Sandstrom                 Constance Stanley

Wendy Shoot           Linda Richardson                                                                                   Lauren Gardner

                                                                                                                                                 Desiree’ Sumers

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The BITOC (Black, Indigenous, Teachers of Color) group's focus is  to center the needs & voices in a BITOC Space to provide a brave space for people to decompress, share resources, and empower each other in our work. BIToC aims to build authentic and lasting solidarity among Black, Indigenous and People of Color (BIPOC). We focus on repairing Native erasure, dismantling white supremacy with anti-racist practices, and advancing racial justice and equity in our worksites and District.

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Frequently Asked Questions: Freedom Foundation vs. WEA


  1. What is the Freedom Foundation?


    • According to information from its website, the Freedom Foundation is a non-profit political action group created 25 years ago in Washington State to oppose collective bargaining and union advocacy through the use of lawsuits and media campaigns. They have sued for the right to access union membership lists as part of their mission. They are funded by ultra-rightwing conservative donors like the Koch brothers and other industrialists who would like to privatize public education and take away your right to organize and advocate for better pay and working conditions. [Read more  . . . ]