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San Francisco Rank and File Labor Divided on Pension Reform
by KPFA Weekend News/Ann Garrison
Monday Sep 26th, 2011 5:51 PM
On 09.18.2011, KPFA Weekend News spoke to SEIU 1021 shop steward, Green Party member, and labor and social justice activist Ramsés Téon Nichols about rank and file divisons regarding San Francisco pension reform measures, Propositions C and D on the November ballot.
KPFA Weekend News, 09.18.2011, spoke to Ramses Téon Nichols, seen protesting outside the Proposition C Campaign kick-off office, in the picture below, about rank and file divisions regarding the pension reform measures, Propositions C and D, on the November ballot.
SEIU 1021 shop steward and Green Party member Ramsés Téon Nichols, left, in brown sweater and sunglasses, holding a Vote NO on C and D sign at the Saturday, 11.24.2011, protest outside the Pass Proposition C Campaign kick-off.  Nichols spoke to KPFA about division regarding the Proposition C and D pension reform measures on the November ballot. and said that he opposes both.
On 09.24.2011, KPFA also spoke to Kay Walker, above, center (purple jacket), after this protest. The 09.24 KPFA News archive is available at