Thursday, April 14, 2016

April 14 News Update

Oil industry knew of 'serious' climate concerns more than 45 years ago
World's largest coal producer files for bankruptcy protection

Verizon Union Head to Appear at Sanders Rally as Strike Goes On
Verizon Workers On the Line
Verizon Strike, Day 1
Picket with Verizon Strikers
In Verizon Strike, Blue-Collar Stress Hits the Sidewalks *

A group of graduate students march to Tiger Plaza for a rally during the first week of school in fall 2015. Alexzandria Churchill/Staff Photographer
Graduate workers to hold union authorization election after year of MU pushback

Dozens of killings by US police ruled justified without public being notified
Hundreds protest near Homan Square after Chicago teen killed by police

Balfour Beatty and Interserve accused of migrant worker labour abuses in Qatar
Former Argentina president defiant after court appearance in fraud case
Racism at Harvard: months after protests began, students demand concrete change
Problems With D.C. Circulator Buses Started With Decision To Hire Private Firm
Tourists Keep Their Trolleys While Memphis Bus Riders Face Devastating Cuts
What Die Linke Should Do
National Labor Relations Board Declines VW's Union Challenge
Hundreds of union workers march in Atlantic City to oppose state takeover
Teacher Tenure Is Challenged Again in a Minnesota Lawsuit *

Stories from the New York Times will be followed with a *. The Times pay wall policy allows free access to only about ten articles a month.

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