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Fri Oct 20 2006 (Updated 10/21/06)AFSCME and Friends March for Wage Parity, Justice
Fri Oct 20 2006 (Updated 10/21/06)Action Kicks off Day of Unrest During UC Regents Visit to Santa Cruz
At noon on Wednesday, October 18, 2006, members of AFSCME 3299 and their supporters at UC Santa Cruz marched from the Bay Tree Plaza to the base of campus, where a roving picket line was held, followed by a rally. The workers have been engaged in a year-long struggle to receive wages similiar to those of neighboring colleges and universities where people can make up to 30% more for the same (or less) work. Over the summer, the California State Assembly passed legislation funding these wage increases, yet UC President Dynes has been holding the money hostage as a way of forcing union concessions over pension issues.
Wednesday's action, which, due to police blockage of the road, effectively shut down the base of campus for 30-40 minutes, was the first protest of the day at UCSC. Due to a visit from the UC Regents, a high-profile action a few hours later where police assaulted and pepper-sprayed students has taken most of the headlines. It's important to note, however, that these two actions were in solidarity with each other, as students and workers struggle over the same need to democratize the UC and fix the problems at UCSC before any possible expansion. Read More and View Photos || Students and Workers (Re)United for Justice!
Thousands Participate in Santa Cruz Women’s March Monday Jan 23rd 2:15 AM
J21 Women's March Santa Cruz (2 comments) Sunday Jan 22nd 12:06 AM
Huge Turnout for Women's March Santa Cruz County Saturday Jan 21st 10:37 PM
Inauguration Day Protest Blocks Streets in Santa Cruz (1 comment) Saturday Jan 21st 10:50 AM
J20 Inauguration Protest, March and Rally (1 comment) Friday Jan 20th 8:47 PM
J20 Inauguration Day WALK OUT at UCSC Wednesday Jan 18th 5:24 PM
Redefining The National Strike (3 comments) Monday Jan 16th 11:24 AM
Lighthouse Bank Vice Chairman Involved In Assault On Richmond & Mountain View Voters (2 comments) Monday Jan 16th 4:24 AM
Pause the Calls: Black Lives Matter Saturday Jan 14th 2:51 PMMore Local News...
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EPA Analysis: 97 Percent of Endangered Species Threatened by Two Common Pesticides Wednesday Jan 18th 9:11 PM
USDA Grants Final Approval for Invasive GE Grass Tuesday Jan 17th 4:50 PM
Army Corps Issues Blanket Approval to Destroy Tens of Thousands of Acres of U.S. Wetlands Monday Jan 9th 1:48 AM
New Analysis Highlights Alarming Anti-Consumer Impacts of Proposed Enbridge/Spectra Energy Mega-Merger Thursday Jan 5th 3:01 AM
President Grants Commutations to 153 Federal Prisoners, Including Paul Free and Steven Speal (1 comment) Monday Dec 19th 6:26 PM
Despite New Jaguars in US, Feds Release Plan to Recover Endangered Jaguars Only in Mexico Monday Dec 19th 5:39 PM
Canada to Protect Declining Monarch Butterfly as Endangered Species Monday Dec 12th 2:40 PM
Oil Company Applies for First New Offshore Fracking Permit in California Thursday Dec 8th 5:09 PM
Report highlights 17 bad actors waging aggressive anti-solar campaigns Tuesday Dec 6th 2:08 PMMore Global News...
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EPA Report Confirms Threat Posed By Fracking Monday Dec 19th 6:47 PM
Hwy 17 Wildlife Tunnel in Sight: Land Trust Completes Funding for Land Protection Monday Dec 19th 6:20 PM
Plastics BAN list report identifies most harmful plastic products and alternatives in CA Tuesday Dec 6th 2:14 PM
Offer Accepted! Muckrock Offers To Check For Local Police Surveillance Of Social Media Tuesday Oct 25th 8:05 PM
CA Transportation Commission Commits $3.1 Million for Land Trust’s Hwy 17 Wildlife Crossing Friday Oct 21st 9:35 PM
Fracking and measure Z Friday Oct 21st 11:05 AM
CA Coastal National Monument Expansion: One Step Closer to Reality Thursday Sep 29th 8:20 PM
Leaders host public meeting on expanding the coastal national monument Tuesday Sep 27th 5:42 PM
Leaving Edward Snowden in limbo will be a stain on President Obama’s legacy (1 comment) Saturday Sep 17th 6:07 PMOpen Newswire...
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