This analysis of a current lawsuit exposes a right-wing attempt to break up Asian American’s longtime support for affirmative action. It provides valuable history on the unfinished fight for equal access to jobs and education for all discriminated-against peoples in our society.
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Protest the plans of the University of Iowa to close its Labor Center, a 67-year-old bastion of education and research about the workers’ movement.
More than 53,000 union workers in the University of California were on strike from May 7-9 in the biggest labor action in UC’s history. Led by AFSCME 3299, the California Nurses Association and University and Technical Employees (UPTE-CWA) joined the line in sympathy strikes against the state’s largest employer. UC wants to implement a third… Read more »
The show of solidarity has inspired school workers in other states to plan actions.
Here’s to the 65,000 teachers and staff of University and College Union who went on strike across the British Isles.
Members of the University and College Union, the world’s largest higher education union, are on strike over cuts to their pension plans.
Stop Kenneth Marcus’ confirmation as Asst. Secretary for Civil Rights at the Department of Education
Confirming Marcus would give him the tools to undermine the very mission of the Office for Civil Rights at the Department of Education.
Support is urgently needed for activist teachers in Mexico targeted by the government.
After a year on the job, it’s time for DeVos to be graded on her performance. Tell her how to improve her failing performance to better support our public schools.
W.E.B. Du Bois once stated that “the cure [for ignorance] wasn’t simply telling people the truth, it was inducing them to act on it.” This could certainly be said of the millions of people who marched for science across the globe on April 22. Inspired by the Women’s March, the idea quickly erupted into an… Read more »