“I feel like as parents we are not being heard enough when it comes to our special needs kids.”
"We were the Wi-Fi and technology connection, but once we shut down, they have no way to get them."
"I think the issue was the lack of education and also just the huge white leadership presence."
“It’s very dangerous for our children at this time to go back into that type of setting.”
“In the midst of all this, people have been really interested in what I’m doing, eager to talk. It is different from putting art in galleries.”
Four million college students are expected to graduate this month. They will enter a job market that has been turned upside down by coronavirus.
With campuses closed due to the COVID-19 crisis, students from other countries face significant travel restrictions and visa concerns
“I have a 99.9% level of confidence that Boston will be home to a new professional women's franchise again in the near future. It would be best if that could be somehow related to the [New England Revolution] in the ownership."
This is not the first time BCGEU-UAW has caught the attention of the Boston City Council, which passed the Resolution Affirming the Rights of Graduate Student Workers to Organize for Fair Working Conditions in April to specifically call out BC’s treatment of their graduate student workers.