Sign Petition

Authors and Academics in support of Yale\'s workers

310 Signatures Goal: 500

We stand in solidarity with the workers at Yale who were forced to go out on strike. We call on Yale to: * Sit down with the graduate teachers and researchers of GESO, and work out an agreement on a democratic, fair, fast process for them to decide whether they want to unionize. * Facilitate negotiations between District 1199 and the management of Yale

Sponsor

Cornel West University Professor, Princeton, Department of Religion Jonathan King Professor, MIT, Department of Biology Barbara Ehrenreich Author, Nickel & Dimed Richard Lewontin Professor Emeritus, Harvard, Department of Organismal and Evolutionary Biology (Send logistical questions to 34@yaleunions.org)

Links

More news about Yale unions: http://www.yaleunions.org More news about Yale University and hospital: http://www.yaleinsider.org Connecticut Center for a New Economy: http://www.ctneweconomy.org Yale\'s official sites: http://www.yale.edu http://www.ynhh.org

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    william Realph Australia
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    LILIA CAJILOG United States
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    ANNE LEWIS United States
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    Robin van Tine, Ph.D. United States
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    annie Beidler United States
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    Kate Merrick United States
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    Marti Vinson United States
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    Emily Maloney United States
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    Jarek Steele United States
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