Monthly Archives: November 2013

On the recent poll from graduate services

You recently received an email from UC Irvine’s Graduate Services requesting that you respond to a poll on whether or not you will strike on Wednesday. We believe this poll […]

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UCB Letter to Faculty: “Like ourselves, AFSCME workers have experienced first-hand the ways in which budget cuts have negatively impacted our working conditions”

Head stewards at UC Berkeley recently sent a letter to their faculty encouraging them to support Wednesday’s strike. Please feel free to use this as a template to spread the […]

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Letter to Students: “Unfortunately, the strain UC management is putting on our workers will now negatively affect all of you”

As we approach Wednesday, many of you will find it important to inform your students about the strike and how and why they should show solidarity with UC workers on […]

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Solidarity Strike Townhall: Monday, Nov. 18, 3pm in HIB 220

  We will be holding a campus-wide townhall on Monday, Nov. 18th at 3pm in Humanities Instructional Building, room 202. We’ll be distributing and presenting information about the strike, answering […]

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AFSCME 3299 Pres. Kathryn Lybarger to UC Regents: “Let’s be clear: UC has a safety problem”

AFSCME 3299 President Kathryn Lybarger addresses the UC Regents and new UC President Janet Napolitano at the recent UC Regents meeting at UCSF on Nov. 13. “Last month we were […]

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No Work, No Class: Solidarity Strike November 20th

As many of you have probably been informed by members, emails, and other communications, our union, which represents over 12,000 academic student employees across the UC, has decided to go […]

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