by Northeastern Empower Adjunct Community Coalition,
BOSTON November 10 2015 - Today, we, over 40 Northeastern students and community members, linked arms on the Northeastern T stop tracks in protest of the university’s treatment of adjunct faculty, blocking the train for 25 minutes.
BOSTON, MASS. – NOVEMBER 6, 2015: The Massachusetts Bay Transit Authority (MBTA) has changed course and agreed to again display ads from Palestine Advocacy Project after the widely criticized decision to remove them from Boston subway stations. The ads were critical of the Israeli government’s treatment of Palestinians and of U.S. tax dollars being used to support those actions.
Are you as excited as we are? We know it's late notice, but we let you know as soon as we could! This year we'll again be at Boston University, sponsored by the wonderful Center for Gender, Sexuality & Activism!
Harvard’s grad students have launched a union campaign, and Harvard’s administration has launched its response. Internal documents from the administration to the faculty, which were leaked to me, reveal some fascinating developments in these increasingly common anti-union drives of elite Ivy League universities.