SEIU Uses Organizing Strategy Developed in DC To Organize Boston's PTers

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by Mariah Quinn “We said yes.” That was the consensus of a group of over 100 adjunct professors after a day of panels and discussions about organizing contingent faculty in the Boston metro area to raise standards for their profession. The event was held at the John F. Kennedy Library in Boston on Saturday, and served as the public kickoff for the Adjunct Action campaign to unionize contingent faculty across the Boston metro area. The day, a mixture of presentations and free-flowing discussions, started with a panel entitled “Adjunctified: The Casual Academic Workforce.” Professor Gary Rhodes talked about the “ferment and hunger […]
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