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BERKELEY'S NEWS • JANUARY 26, 2023

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It is crucial to remember that seeking more benefits and support is not just for UC Berkeley’s sake — it’s for all the UC campuses.
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It is crucial to remember that seeking more benefits and support is not just for UC Berkeley’s sake — it’s for all the UC campuses.
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Nurses at Alta Bates Summit Medical Center have called a 10 day strike beginning on Dec. 24, according to a press release by California Nurses Association/National Nurses United. 
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Nurses at Alta Bates Summit Medical Center have called a 10 day strike beginning on Dec. 24, according to a press release by California Nurses Association/National Nurses United. 
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This policy has been in place since 2010. It’s the end of 2022, and tens of thousands of academic workers represented by UAW local unions are on strike because the UC system isn’t negotiating fairly at the bargaining table to make progress on urgent issues of equity. It’s time for the UC system to show it values its workers from all backgrounds.
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This policy has been in place since 2010. It’s the end of 2022, and tens of thousands of academic workers represented by UAW local unions are on strike because the UC system isn’t negotiating fairly at the bargaining table to make progress on urgent issues of equity. It’s time for the UC system to show it values its workers from all backgrounds.
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What do buttons, jumpsuits and flyers have in common? At San Francisco’s Letterform Archive, the answer is plain and simple: protest.
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What do buttons, jumpsuits and flyers have in common? At San Francisco’s Letterform Archive, the answer is plain and simple: protest.
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The union members want California’s largest HMO to wake up and confront the mental health crisis surging in our state and across the nation.
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The union members want California’s largest HMO to wake up and confront the mental health crisis surging in our state and across the nation.
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For all workers, a union would provide a direct line to the school to address topics that may be difficult and time-consuming to negotiate individually.
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For all workers, a union would provide a direct line to the school to address topics that may be difficult and time-consuming to negotiate individually.
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In order to support graduate students in the long term, the UC system must make a dedicated effort toward upholding academic progress by giving GSIs COLA.
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In order to support graduate students in the long term, the UC system must make a dedicated effort toward upholding academic progress by giving GSIs COLA.
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Although AFSCME’s recent tentative agreement with the university gives only service workers a contract, it is a step in the right direction.
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Although AFSCME’s recent tentative agreement with the university gives only service workers a contract, it is a step in the right direction.
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