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Free the Penn State 31!

Penn State SLAP/USAS Quinn
Penn State SLAP/USAS Quinn
1,285 Signatures Goal: 5,000

On April 15, thirty-one Penn State students sat in Old Main to demand that President Graham Spanier adopt the Designated Suppliers Program, which would ensure that the workers who make Penn State apparel are paid a living wage and afforded the right to a union. They were arrested for this act of nonviolent civil disobedience. Support the student activists and the workers who make Penn State apparel. Add your name to the following petition, which will be delivered to President Spanier on April 28. ----------------------------------------------- President Spanier, Please drop the charges and take no academic disciplinary action against the thirty-one students who sat in Old Main on April 15, 2008, in support of the Designated Suppliers Program.

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Penn State United Students Against Sweatshops

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The Designated Suppliers Program would improve conditions in the factories where Penn State apparel is made. To read the program, please visit http://www.workersrights.org/dsp.asp

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