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Dave Stieber 9h
This is my formal response to the ⁦⁩ Editorial Board being garbage and more importantly what we want for our students here in Chicago.
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ChicagoTeachersUnion Sep 14
The fight isn't about salary, but prep time, student assessments, teacher evaluation...issues that matter to educators doing the work every day. They're throwing money at us so we'll overlook the stressful conditions CPS makes us work under. It won't work.
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CUPE 1521 9h
RATIFICATION VOTE SEPTEMBER 24 1530-2130 AT 32 COLONNADE ROAD N (CUPE 4000 OFFICE). MAIN PRESENTATION AT 1530 AFTER WHICH BALLOTS WILL OPENED FOR VOTING. NEGOTIATING TEAM WILL BE ON HAND TO GIVE DETAILS IF UNABLE TO MAKE 1530 PRESENTATION.
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ChicagoTeachersUnion Sep 13
This support from means a great deal to our members, our family and the work we do in school communities every day. Thank you, senator.
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ChicagoTeachersUnion Sep 19
Striking to defend your dignity is an act of enormous courage—yet that’s exactly what auto workers and nurses are doing. Together, we're bargaining - and striking when necessary - for the common good.
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ChicagoTeachersUnion Sep 19
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ChiTeacherSolidarity Sep 18
Teachers' working conditions are students' learning conditions.
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Nabisco 600 Workers Sep 19
We are sick of gimmicks instead of building a promising future for the company WITH your workers. Give us a !
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CUPE 1521 Sep 19
Wear pink tomorrow to support your bargaining team!
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Steve Devol Sep 19
My grandson Orson is 2 months older than our L.A. Times contract talks have dragged on. He recently started walking! Whereas our talks seem stuck in place. C'mon management, be like Orson and get moving toward a
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SEIU Local 73 Sep 16
Breaking: Chicago Public Schools’ staff just rejected CPS fact finding report, paving the way to a strike as early as October 17 if an agreement cannot be reached. Mayor Lightfoot needs to negotiate a transformative contract that prioritizes students & workers
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SEIU Local 73 Sep 13
Mayor Lighfoots needs to prioritize students, schools, parks, and workers not millions of dollars on police wrongdoing settlements!
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Ian Aiken Sep 19
Day 906 Brothas & Sisthas this magical rabbit hole we've ventured through; better yet; created by Spectrum. Has only gotten deeper & confusing with limited answers from officials from either side.
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Danielle "Fair Contract Now" Parenteau Decker Sep 19
Replying to @daniparenteau
All of this is to say that waiting through what is now 15 months of contract negotiations does get frustrating, but we are not fighting for fighting's sake. This really matters!   -30-
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Maya Lau 🦅 Sep 19
This is me on patrol w Compton Station Sheriff’s deputies. We went on a high-speed car chase; after driver crashed & bailed, I got to sit in on the interrogation of the suspect they caught. I wanna do more of this work & get paid fairly for it. 🦅
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Ian Aiken 16h
Day 907 Brothas & Sisthas what more can be said. Pay attention; corruption can be seen. But that's the thing. Spectrum has a knack for paying for things not to be seen. Similar to hiding this strike
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Steve Devol Sep 19
I've had a blessed 34-plus-year career at the L.A. Times. The fact that I happen to be a white guy has smoothed that path. So my biggest priority in our negotiations has been pay equity to begin righting that wrong.
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Nasty Class Sep 17
when you wanna shitpost but your work has blocked twitter 😭
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paid protester 3h
Got my color touched up today and I didn’t even realize before that I’m now showing soliHAIRity with 😂💯💜☔️❤️🍎
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