protest food & supplies

If you are following this story, you may have read that people from all around the world have been ordering pizza for the protesters; one pizza firm has now stopped doing any other business. But at least the grad students in the TAA are getting tired of pizza and have finally found the time to set up a PayPal account to accept donations for other kinds of food, plus the other supplies and expenses of protesting. If you are so inclined, here’s the link: They’d appreciate it if you share the link.

This is, of course, NOT tax-deductible.

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