BU Graduate Workers Build Momentum on Union Drive

By Eli Gerzon Boston – Last week, a lively crowd of a few hundred rallied on Marsh Plaza at Boston University in support of Boston University Graduate Workers United (BUGWU). The union went public this month and is now building up support in the lead-up to eventually filing for a vote to unionize. Speakers talkedContinue reading BU Graduate Workers Build Momentum on Union Drive

Emerson College Workers Fight For Fair Pay

By Binx Perino Two years of labor organizing started in the Service Employees International Union Local 888 office on Tremont Street when John Albert-Moseley and Anna Feder walked in to unionize the staff workers at Emerson College. John had emergency surgery shortly after being hired by the College and didn’t have the sick hours toContinue reading “Emerson College Workers Fight For Fair Pay”

Harvard Custodial Workers Organize to Protect Their Jobs

By Michael Ruiz Last week, custodians at Harvard University rallied for a guarantee that the university will not lay off workers in the spring. Harvard does not directly employ a large portion of the custodial workers that manage the custodial services on campus. Rather, the University has contracts with several subcontractors which employ many ofContinue reading “Harvard Custodial Workers Organize to Protect Their Jobs”