UCSD has filed a lawsuit seeking to evict the Che Cafe. The trial date is now set for October 10, 2014 in San Diego.We’ve started a new petition to “THE UCSD ADMINISTRATION AND THE REGENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA” to drop the eviction proceedings and return to the negotiating table. Each online signature will be sent to the UC Board of Regents, the UCSD Chancellor, the UC President, all of the UCSD Vice Chancellors, the University Centers Director, the Graduate Students Council, the Associated Students Council, and the University Centers Advisory Board. We want ALL of them to get thousands of emails to stop the eviction!We need your help to get it off the ground.Will you take 30 seconds to sign it right now? Here’s the link:You can sign our new petition by clicking here.Then, please spread the word. Forward/post to your social media and email lists. Tell people. The UCSD Student Co-ops have won all the many fights with the administration in the past. We will win this one too, with your help.Thanks!
Che Cafe Support Networkp.s. – if the link to the petition doesn’t work for you, here’s the url:http://www.change.org/p/board-of-regents-we-hereby-request-that-the-university-immediately-cease-its-eviction-actions-against-the-che-cafe-and-return-to-the-negotiating-table-and-that-the-university-restore-funding-to-the-che-cafe?utm_campaign=petition_created&utm_medium=email&utm_source=guides
The unlawful detainer (eviction) trial for the Ché Café has been set for Friday, October 10, at 1:30 pm in San Diego Superior Court Dept. 69, 330 W. Broadway St., San Diego.
We need all our supporters to attend!
Meanwhile, here are some other ways you can help us.
The Ché is still fighting to stay! We’re currently fighting an eviction by UCSD and the law firm it hired to kick us out! The Ché remains strong and was granted hearing for a preliminary injunction on October 31st (an event page will be created when more information is available and we will need as many supporters as possible to attend).
In the meantime, here are some things you can do to help.
LONG LIVE THE CHÉ CAFÉ AND SHAME ON UCSD!”