Friday February 21, 2020
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BY Griffin Bur | Madison, WI | 4/13/19
On April 5, graduate workers at the University of Wisconsin-Madison occupied Bascom Hall for three hours, organized by the Teaching Assistants Association (TAA).
BY Mod Behrens | Northhampton, MA | 4/13/19
On Friday night, April 12, over 20 Stop & Shop employees were gathered outside the King Street store for the second day of a strike called by United Food & Commercial Workers (UFCW) at stores across New England.
BY Dave Schneider | Jacksonville, FL | 4/12/19
Dixie money rules in Jacksonville, Florida, but it shouldn’t.
BY staff | Chicago, IL | 4/12/19
Five charter schools could face strikes in coming weeks, as educators battle for living wages, adequate student supports, pension rights and protections for immigrant and diverse learners.
BY Bill Aiman | Tampa, FL | 4/03/19
Over 40 custodians, teachers and concerned community members rallied outside the Hillsborough County School Board meeting, April 2, to stop plans to privatize the custodial staff at all Hillsborough County Public Schools (HCPS).
BY staff | Tuscon, AZ | 4/01/19
On March 30, the Legalization For All Network completed the first day of an immigrant rights delegation to Arizona and the U.S.-México border.
BY Dave Schneider | Jacksonville, FL | 3/24/19
With 58% of the vote, Republican Mayor Lenny Curry outright won re-election as mayor of Jacksonville, Florida on March 19.
BY Autumn Lake | Minneapolis, MN | 3/18/19
On March 17, 50 people filled Mayday Books to hear Sean Orr, a Latin America solidarity activist, trade unionist, and member of Freedom Road Socialist Organization (FRSO), speak about the current crisis facing Venezuela.
BY Shaine Carroll | Denver, CO | 3/16/19
Over 8000 employees of King Soopers, supermarket workers represented by the United Food and Commercial Worker’s Local 7 Union (UFCW)
BY staff | Kapolei, Hawaii | 3/10/19
United Steelworkers (USW) members employed by Par Hawaii Refining, LLC, in Kapolei, a subsidiary of Houston-based Par Pacific Holdings, Inc. (NYSE:PARR), overwhelmingly rejected the company’s contract proposal.
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