Student Labor Action Coalition
What Is SLAC?
The Student Labor Action Coalition is a coalition of students, workers, and labor activists dedicated to:
- Organizing students to engage in labor solidarity activities locally and worldwide.
- Educating students and the community about labor unions and workers' struggles for social justice.
- Training students to be activists and organizers in the labor movement.
- Actively opposing racism, sexism, imperialism, and other forms of oppression, while supporting the struggle for social justice for all.
SLAC meets weekly to discuss these kinds of issues, develop strategies and organize events. All meetings are open to everyone interested in learning more and getting involved. No previous experience or knowledge is required.
We are a completely volunteer run organization with no dues or other membership requirements. We are an affiliate of United Students Against Sweatshops (USAS), an international student network dedicated to organizing globally around similar issues.
SLAC meets every Wednesday at 7 PM at the University of Wisconsin in Madison, WI. See the "Today in the Union" list on bulletin boards in the Memorial Union for room location, or check TITU online.
Sign up for SLAC news:
News and Events
Every Wednesday, 7pm — Regular SLAC organizing meeting. All are welcome!
Check TITU on the day of the event for the room location on campus.
Fire and Building Safety in Bangladesh
UW-Madison students press Chancellor Rebecca Blank to cut ties with JanSport - Capital Times, April 25, 2014
UW-Madison launches new effort on Bangladesh worker safety - UW-Madison News, March 14, 2014