Univ. of Mich. Lecturers Move to Withdraw from Their Contract–And Strike in September

On Monday morning, August 9, the U-M Lecturers’ Union (LEO) which represents 1,800 non-tenured faculty at the University of Michigan, held a rally to formally announce its notice to quit their collective bargaining agreement (CBA). The first day to quit the existing three-year contract was May 20, 2021, and the Union has continued bargaining over the summer. Quitting the contract will official within 30 days of the August 9 announcement. At that point, the lecturers will have the option to strike, a move that would no longer be contractually prohibited. Lecturers and allies from across the campus community marched around […]
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