After twenty-one days inside the President's office at Harvard University, living wage activists have emerged victorious. Here's why their sit-in not only shook the campus, but signaled an important win for progressives across the country who are fighting globalization battles on the home front.
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The sit in to get a prevailing wage for Janitor's at the President's office at the Univerity of Connecticut has entered it's third day. As of this writing, nine students are inside still being denied food and books.
A concert by local political rockers The Reagan Babies was cut short by organizer's of Sunday's Walk for Hunger due to the groups' onstage comments about event sponsor Raytheons' history of selling illegal weapons of mass destruction to the United States government on civilian targets in Yugoslavia and the Middle East.