"We have some residence halls that are really rundown. More student services. More full-time faculty, tenured faculty."
GUEST OPINION ON EMERSON CONTRACT NEGOTIATIONS: WE ARE NOT ALL IN THE SAME BOAT
Without a contract, we’d have no negotiating power. Without a union, we’d have no seat at the table.
THERE’S A CURE FOR AMAZON’S SNAP ABUSE
The labor movement needs to fight harder for justice for gig workers
CONNECTING THE DOTS: FROM THE INDIAN FARMERS’ UPRISING TO THE EFFECT NEOLIBERALISM HAS HAD GLOBALLY
Is their struggle a global concern?
AS LABOR SECRETARY, WILL MARTY WALSH REPRESENT ALL WORKERS?
Or just unionized construction workers… and the corporations that fund the Democrats
CLOSE ALL THE SCHOOLS NOW
Act today to prevent a coronavirus explosion
OPEN LETTER TO UMASS PRESIDENT MEEHAN FROM UNIVERSITY UNIONS
Demands job protections, engagement with students, staff, and faculty on reopening campuses
GIVE MA JOURNALISM COMMISSION SEATS TO WORKING JOURNALISTS
This week, I joined fellow journalists, journalism educators, and members of the public at large in testifying on a bill to form a Mass journalism commission that is currently before the state legislature. In view of the potential importance of the initiative, ...
RECYCLING FOLLOW-UP: THE ROAD TO ZERO
Despite a relative win for recycling workers, living wage advocates pledge to keep on fighting
WILL BOSTON SET A NEW REGIONAL PRECEDENT AND FINALLY PAY RECYCLING WORKERS A LIVING WAGE?
For the first time in the city’s history, Boston’s living wage ordinance might finally get applied to low-paid workers sorting the city’s recycling ...