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BY Bob Hemauer | Madison, WI | 4/01/00
Under a banner that read, "The Whole World is Watching," fifty-four students, workers and concerned community members slept in the office of University of Wisconsin Chancellor, David Ward.
BY Kathy Kleckner | Seattle, WA | 12/15/99
In a massive demonstration of power, tens of thousands of trade unionists, environmentalists, youth, and anti-imperialist activists shut down the city of Seattle and the meeting of the World Trade Organization (WTO).
BY Joe Mingle | Madison, WI | 7/31/99
Businesses that rely on sweatshop labor are not welcome in our community," said Bob Hemauer, UW-Madison student and member of the Student Labor Action Coalition (SLAC).
BY Joe Mingle | Madison, WI | 4/01/99
Students scored a major victory in February, when a five-day sit-in at the administration building forced UW Chancellor David Ward to meet demands for the University to take a stronger position against sweatshop labor.
BY Jackson Potter | Chicago, IL | 1/02/99
While the University of Illinois at Chicago (UIC) continued its assault on neighboring communities and minority students, the Minority Student Coalition (MSC) organized to oppose the University actions
BY Joe Mingle | Madison, WI | 1/01/99
On December 10th, more than 40 students, union members, and church activists held a candlelight vigil and leafleted a local Wal-Mart. This action was part of a national day of action against Wal-Mart called by the National Labor Committee, protesters demanded Wal-Mart release the list of factories where its apparel is manufactured.
BY Heather Tuskowski | Chicago, IL | 10/31/98
The weekend before Thanksgiving, November 21 and 22, people from around the country will gather in Fort Benning, Georgia, to demand that the School of the Americas be closed. Student activists from Chicago area campuses have joined the mobilization.
BY Ben Breyer | Urbana, IL | 10/31/98
Schools must cut their corporate ties or they will continue to rob students of a sound, accessible education. A strong, united student movement can change the way students learn and open up the doors to U.S. colleges.
BY Joe Iosbaker | Chicago, IL | 10/31/98
There has been a high tide of conflict at the University of Illinois at Chicago (UIC).
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