solidarity across unions

Wednesday, April 20, 2005

The New York Times: Yale and Columbia Graduate Students Push for Union "In the shadow of an oversize inflated rat, graduate assistants at Columbia University marched in an oval yesterday to begin a five-day strike to support their efforts to form a union and win better pay and benefits. At Yale University in New Haven, graduate assistants were doing the same, refusing to teach undergraduate classes, write problem sets or conduct statistical research."
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The Coalition of Graduate Employee Unions is a loose-knit coalition of labor unions in the USA and Canada that represents graduate students employed as teachers, researchers, and administrative staff.