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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 | Tuscaloosa, AL | 3/01/10
Alabama bus drivers are now on strike! At 4:30 this morning, union bus drivers, joined by students with home made picket signs, gathered at the company depot to begin picketing.
BY Chapin Gray | Tuscaloosa, AL | 3/01/10
Alabama bus drivers are on strike. At the University of Alabama, bus drivers, students and supporters picketed First Transit headquarters the morning of March 1.
BY Joe Iosbaker | Chicago, IL | 2/17/10
University of Illinois Chicago (UIC) graduate employees voted overwhelmingly Feb. 15 to authorize a strike.
BY Network to Fight for Economic Justice | Tuscaloosa, AL | 2/17/10
In Tuscaloosa, Alabama, bus drivers are in the midst of a struggle for a living wage. Fed up with earning poverty wages, the bus drivers are demanding their first union contract.
BY Jenae Stainer | Tuscaloosa, AL | 2/15/10
Over the last month, students and bus drivers have been working together in order to win a living wage for the Crimson Ride shuttle drivers at the University of Alabama.
BY staff | Belgium | 2/11/10
Fight Back New Service is circulating the following statement from the Workers Party of Belgium (WPB) on the dramatic victory won by Belgian workers at Anhauser-Busch InBev, who defeated a restructuring plan that would have resulted in layoffs.
BY Laura Langley | Tuscaloosa, AL | 2/04/10
Bus drivers, with the support of students at the University of Alabama (UA), are organizing a union campaign to win a living wage.
BY Fernando Figueroa | Jacksonville, FL | 1/31/10
Over 200 supporters of Jobs for Jacksonville rallied to protest Turner Construction's unjust and unlawful labor practices, Jan. 26.
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