Teacher’s Union & Immigration Reform Advocates Protest At The New School

26 04 2009

On April 23rd the ACT-UAW Local 7902 rallied against firing of 10 teachers from the Parson’s New School for Design. The Union released a statement on its website

ACT-UAW Local 7902 protests this unjust action and deplores the administrative mentality it represents. The union has filed a number of grievances related to the dismissals, but contract violations are only part of the problem.

Administrators are trying to hide behind a smoke screen of “curricular change” and other management priorities to justify what amounts to the decimation of a department and the devastation of a faculty

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The Same day members of Bail Out The People protested against the “Intelligent Immigration Reform Forum,” outside the Tishman Auditorium stating speakers invited by current university president Bob Kerrey include anti-immigration figures like Mark Krikorian.

 

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15 07 2009
TL Winslow

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