The Haves are working non-stop to keep the Have-Nots from bettering their lives.
Education is the key to everything in life. Without education there is little to no chance of achieving more. Without education workers are easy targets for the lies, omissions and half-truths perpetuated by the Corporations and their paid lackeys.
If America is to regain it's role as a leader in advancing science, technology and manufacturing the workforce must be capable of understanding the issues.
try buying American made....if you can find it...pur politicains and big business have sent all them jobs out of this country...
As a UMB alum, I hope you will give my voice some weight. This program is important.
as a blue collar worker ..suck y dick
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
I graduated U/Mass through this program in 2003. No way should it be eliminated!
Private schools, such as Cornell, Harvard, etc., manage to keep their labor programs going. In NY Cornell has "partnered" with The Murphy Institute, City University of New York (CUNY) but its more like a non-hostile takeover for Cornell and a survival strategy for CUNY. Labor unions need to step up and in.
We need to let the University know that it is wrong to cut funding for a program that supports the interests of most people.
If we let them take away the power of working America we are no better than those that want to take over the world.
Please sign this petition, so that one day, maybe I can finish this degree! :(
This is outrageous.
Solidarity from your colleagues at the Murphy Institute Labor Studies program.