Monday November 11, 2019
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BY Network to Fight for Economic Justice | Washington, D.C. | 9/21/10
The Network to Fight for Economic Justice (NFEJ) is calling on all affiliates and supporters to rally for Jobs, Education, Peace and Equality, on October 2nd in Washington D.C. Initiated by the NAACP and labor unions, along with hundreds of progressive organizations, this rally promises to be powerful.
BY staff | Minneapolis, MN | 9/02/10
Members of the Network to Fight for Economic Justice have been leafleting and petitioning at unemployment offices demanding that Congress and state governments take action to extend and expand unemployment benefits.
BY Network to Fight for Economic Justice | Chicago, IL | 8/19/10
2700 union workers, members of SEIU Local 73 at the University of Illinois at Chicago (UIC) are preparing to strike on Monday, August 23rd. They are demanding job security and a fair contract. They need your support. The Network to Fight for Economic Justice (NFEJ) is calling on its affiliates and supporters to show your solidarity.
BY staff | United States | 4/14/10
The Network for Economic Justice (NFEJ) is calling all members and affiliated unions and groups to mobilize for the May 1st immigrant rights marches and rallies across the U.S.
BY staff | Chicago, IL | 4/04/10
The Graduate Employees Organization (GEO), a union at the University of Illinois at Chicago (UIC), is demanding a fair contract. While graduate employees teach many of today’s university classes, many live at or near the poverty level and chalk up great debts pursuing an education.
BY Network to Fight for Economic Justice | Tuscaloosa, AL | 3/09/10
Union bus drivers at the University of Alabama are celebrating today! They voted to accept their first union contract late last night, March 8, 2010. All the members and supporters of the Network to Fight for Economic Justice are rejoicing with them!
BY Jenae Stainer | Tuscaloosa, AL | 3/08/10
After a week in and out of work and negotiations, Crimson Ride bus drivers at the University of Alabama have successfully achieved their first contract with First Transit.
BY Network to Fight for Economic Justice | Tuscaloosa, AL | 3/03/10
The women and men who drive the buses at the University of Alabama Tuscaloosa need your support and solidarity. They are sick and tired of getting paid $9.50 an hour for hard work
BY Jenae Stainer | Tuscaloosa, AL | 3/02/10
On March 1, the University of Alabama Crimson Ride shuttle bus drivers began a strike in order to gain a living wage, benefits, job security and respect on the job.
BY Network to Fight for Economic Justice | United States | 3/01/10
The Network to Fight for Economic Justice calls on all its members and supporters at schools and colleges across the country to protest and rally for jobs and education rights on March 4.
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