Two poets, veterans of university unionization campaigns, chart the growing crisis of the new intellectual working class
The protest, organized by Independent Workers Union of Great Britain, targeted financial firm Ernst & Young, a major sponsor of shows at Tate.
On Wednesday, despite a snowstorm, students from the Courtauld Institute and other London art schools took part in a national strike organized by the University and College Union.
The historic first part-time faculty union in the nation at Columbia College held the two-day strike to convey to the administration the seriousness of unresolved bargaining issues.
The Department’s February 2016 suit outlined 15 violations, from discriminatory hiring practices to racially segregated bathrooms, at B&H Photo’s warehouse in the Brooklyn Navy Yard.
The demonstrators claim that Bill de Blasio’s administration is complicit in the electronics retailer’s effort to move over 300 jobs out of the city.
More than 200 warehouse employees have gone on strike, accusing the electronics company of union busting, while dozens of people demonstrated outside the Manhattan B&H store this morning.
The strike stems from a change to the status of the museums’ workers set to go into effect on April 1.
Security workers at the museum plan to strike on Friday, citing “constant physical and verbal aggression” caused by the recent overcrowding.
United Steelworkers has accused the retailer B&H Photo of violating federal labor laws with its plan to relocate part of its operations to central New Jersey.
Hundreds of demonstrators gathered in Long Island City yesterday to protest the almost complete absence of unionized workers at the 5Pointz redevelopment site — despite a promise by the project’s developer that he would only employ union workers for the job.
England is now home to its first trade union for artists.