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BY Delilah Pierre | Tallahassee, FL | 4/28/22
On March 22, Florida State University’s Graduate Assistants United (GAU) marched to Wescott and demanded FSU change their policies around COVID-19.
BY Delilah Pierre | Tallahassee, FL | 3/27/22
On March 22, Florida State University’s Graduate Assistants United (GAU) marched to Wescott and demanded FSU change their policies around COVID-19.
BY Brad Sigal | Minneapolis, MN | 3/13/22
On March 12 a car caravan brought honks of solidarity to Minneapolis Federation of Teachers (MFT) negotiating committee members while they were in talks with the school district administration at the Davis Center after a week of being on strike.
BY staff | Minneapolis, MN | 2/11/22
Teachers and education assistants in both Minneapolis and Saint Paul will hold a joint march on February 12 to call for the safe and stable schools that their students deserve.
BY Joe Iosbaker | Chicago, IL | 7/05/21
Hundreds of workers clad in purple rallied in 90-degree heat in front of Provident Hospital on Chicago’s South Side today, July 5
BY staff | Chicago, IL | 7/01/21
Striking members of SEIU Local 73 in the highway and transportation division of Cook County government shut down a construction site in Buffalo Grove, a town in the suburbs northwest of Chicago.
BY staff | Chicago, IL | 1/08/21
Thousands of Chicago Public Schools teachers, clinicians and staff returning to school buildings last Monday found conditions far below the standards and promises touted by Mayor Lori Lightfoot and Chicago Public Schools in preparation for opening doors to students on January 11.
BY Tom Burke | Kalamazoo, MI | 8/27/20
Joining hundreds of protests across the country, 70 postal workers and union supporters gathered outside the Arcadia Creek United States Post Office in downtown Kalamazoo on August 25.
BY Travis Albert | Milwaukee, WI | 8/26/20
On August 18, amid public outcry, political scrutiny and protests, Postmaster General Louis DeJoy announced that his so-called ‘reforms’ will be put on hold until after the election. While voting rights advocates can and should take this as a partial win, postal workers and concerned postal customers must continue to escalate and build a movement that can permanently end DeJoy’s policies of deliberate sabotage and reverse the damage that has already been done.
BY staff | Denver, CO | 6/07/20
Saturday, June 6 saw a coalition of numerous labor unions join together to demand justice.
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