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Seeing Red/Wearing Red Photo Gallery

The CFA Monterey Bay Chapter is a sea of red and Fighting for Five!Alison McKee, a faculty member at San Jose State, got crafty with her "I Don't Want to Strike But I Will" shirt!Channel Islands faculty collected petition signatures and distributed T-shirts, buttons and stickers at a Calfac-uccino on first day
of the spring semester.Sonoma State faculty are Seeing Red!Antonio Gallo combines the cool silver of the Chancellor's CSU logo with the heat of his red "Dont want to strike but..." shirt. CFA treasurer Molly Talcott combines leather and red shirt with dash of CFA neck scarf for the cool morning air. 
DD Wills, CFA Chapter President at Cal Poly Pomona, gets ready to sing her heart out at the CSU Board of Trustees on Jan. 26.Even the littlest are mighty supporters of CFA! Olivia, daughter of CFA Staffer Beka Langen, sported vibrant red ensembles at the Board of Trustees meeting on Jan. 26.Jonathan Karpf sports the jaunty CFA red cap at the CSU Trustees meeting. Kelly Janousek reveals "Enough is Enough" on the reverse of her red, seasonal tee.Fresno State faculty were a sea of red during their CFA Chapter's recent welcome back social. CFA San Francisco Chapter President Sheila Tully (at right) encouraging faculty to wear red during the first week of classes.San Francisco State is awash in red as faculty and students head back to class.San Francisco State faculty sporting vibrant red during the first week of classes.San Jose State faculty are 'Seeing Red!'San Jose State faculty member Steven Drouin is 'Seeing Red' in dapper duds.Nicki Mehta, faculty at Sacramento State, models the beloved "I don't want to strike but I will" shirt.Sacramento State faculty are 'Seeing Red' during a welcome back meeting.Faculty and students were on hand Friday, Jan. 29 to protest at CSU Chancellor Tim White's forum at CSU Northridge.

We’re ‘Seeing Red’ over CSU management’s lack of investment in the classroom and Chancellor Tim White’s unwillingness to respect faculty with a 5% salary increase. 

As faculty return to classes, we’re sporting our “I Don’t Want to Strike But I Will” shirts and other red fashions to drive home the message that we’re angry over the lack of respect from management.