The elimination of the labor movement and the elimination of labor studies programs are an attack on all of us.
What about the techs that you want to cheat out of a job of installing and maintaining the automated check out lanes. But I guess your furry only counts for the uneducated 99%ers that want thing handed to them rather than working for something better.
please sign this petition we must study history to avoid repeating our mistakes.
We have already Repeated our Mistake we let the Liberals put OweBumer back in office to finally sell the USA out completely.
solidarity from the School of Management and Labor Studies at Rutgers. We need more labor education, not less.
go get a real job
People have fought hard to have Labor Studies departments at universities - and UMass Boston's Labor Studies helps to meet that school's mandate to be a university accessible to, and USEFUL to all sorts of students - especially students from working class families! (unless UMass Boston has been 100% co-opted to only serve the interests of the 1%)...
I'm an alumnus of UMASS Boston and this program should be supported. A public higher ed institution SHOULD do more to keep a Labor Studies program open.
I Love to be following Ellen Schimrer from Madison Wiscosnin, My home town!
I went through this program. I graduated in 2007. The students and faculty were of the highest quality I'd encountered. And this was my third attempt at a BA. The Lsbor Studies Program, by the nature of the beast, required it's students to be the most rounded of all those at CPCS.
Please sign this petition. In labor solidarity!
Western Mass. needs this program.