Jul
25
6:00 PM18:00

Trivia for the People

Join United Working Families for our second-annual Trivia for the People fundraiser!

In the 2018 primaries, we won with a down-ballot slate of homegrown candidates of color who come from our movements. In the 2019 municipal elections, we elected 10 movement candidates to city council.

Now, we're raising the money we need to keep running, winning, and building the people-powered political organization we need to take back power from the wealthy few.

Can your team drop some knowledge on the new slate we just elected to city council?

There's only one way to find out. Put a team together and join us for Trivia for the People on Thursday, July 25!

Sponsorships include teams, ads, and more. If you're interested in sponsoring the event, email ryan@unitedworkingfamilies.org

Sponsor Levels:
$5000
$2500
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Ticket: $35

Ticket price includes trivia, food and one drink.

Submit an Ad: http://bit.ly/triviaad19

Team Registration: http://bit.ly/triviateam19

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Feb
16
10:00 AM10:00

UWF Southside Canvass for Rafa and Jeanette!

Join United Working Families for a day of action with special guest State Representative Sonya Harper. Let's canvass for Jeanette B. Taylor Candidate for 20th Ward and Rafa Yañez for 15th Ward Alderman!

Let's help these progressive leaders become the next Aldermen of the 15th and 20th wards - leaders who will fight for the many.

#YoconRafa #Jeanettefor20 #FortheMany

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Nov
19
6:00 PM18:00

The Great Displacement: Mayoral Forum on Reversing African American Pushout and Building a Chicago for the Many

Toni Preckwinkle, Susana Mendoza, Amara Enyia, Lori Lightfoot, and Paul Vallas are confirmed to attend this debate focused on how disinvestment and destabilization have been used to push hundreds of thousands of African-Americans out of Chicago and to squeeze working-class Latinx and white communities tighter.

This is the central issue of the 2019 elections. Will Chicago be a city for the wealthy few, where politicians and donors collude to help the rich get richer? Or are we a city for the many, where Black and immigrant and working-class families can thrive?

Space is limited and registration is required. RSVP here. 

If you can't make it, follow along on Facebook here.

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Nov
3
10:00 AM10:00

GOTV for Abdelnasser Rashid (Des Plaines)

Join United Working Families and Cook County College Teachers Union in getting out the vote for our brother Abdelnasser Rashid for Cook County Commissioner.

UWF member Abdelnasser Rashid is the co-chair of Our Revolution Illinois, a dedicated activist and public servant who has spent his career fighting for working families. He's challenging GOP County Chair Sean Morrison, a well-known Trump supporter who has advocated for cutting the minimum wage and stripping workers of earned sick leave.

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Nov
3
10:00 AM10:00

GOTV for Abdelnasser Rashid (Orland Park office)

Join United Working Families and Cook County College Teachers Union in getting out the vote for our brother Abdelnasser Rashid for Cook County Commissioner.

UWF member Abdelnasser Rashid is the co-chair of Our Revolution Illinois, a dedicated activist and public servant who has spent his career fighting for working families. He's challenging GOP County Chair Sean Morrison, a well-known Trump supporter who has advocated for cutting the minimum wage and stripping workers of earned sick leave.

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