''If you ask an American student how many people died in Vietnam, he'll tell you 58,000. In other words they dismissed the 2, 3, maybe 4 million Vietnamese who were killed by the United States and its allies in that war.''
Currently, Emerson college is the scene of a labor dispute between the full-time faculty and their union, and the administration (who, after decades, wants to break the union). After years of attempts at negotiation, and a final plea for the administration to either recognize the union or enter binding arbitration, the administration will still not budge.
On Wednesday and Thursday of this week, the students of Emerson, in support of our teachers, will boycott all classes.