Michigan lecturers’ union rallies after top official terminated, claims move was ‘union retaliation’ by University officials

University of Michigan lecturers rallied in late-April to protest the non-reappointment of one of the Lecturers Employment Organization’s top officials, a move some lecturers are calling retaliation against the union. The group of about 30 lecturers, dressed in yellow LEO T-shirts, gathered in Angell Hall before marching from the English Department’s offices in Angell Hall […]
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