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96.4% VOTE YES FOR STRIKE AT NYU, STRIKE ON NYU APRIL 26

Over 2,200 graduate workers are set to go on strike at NYU 1,336 voted YES to authorize a strike, bargaining committee authorized to call strike GSOC calls STRIKE ON NYU April 26 and demands action at the bargaining tableNYU maintains stonewalling tactics and “significant” $1 raises for workers New York, NY: The graduate student workers of…

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IN RESPONSE TO NYU STATEMENTS BY SPOKESPERSON JOHN BECKMAN

Graduate workers at NYU are among the university’s lowest-paid workers. After nine months of bargaining, NYU continues to offer only $1 increases on hourly pay and has offered insubstantial raises on total compensation for graduate workers who receive stipends. The university has refused to bargain at all on a wide range of key issues, from tuition waivers…

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NYU GRADUATE WORKERS ANNOUNCE STRIKE VOTE

Vote Kicks Off at Rally 12pm Tuesday, March 23, 2021 GSOC calls vote to authorize a strike at NYU after 9 months of contract bargainingVote to kick off with in-person and virtual rallyAfter GSOC delivered a 1200-signature petition calling for a living wage, NYU maintains offer for $1 raises New York, NY: ​The bargaining committee of…

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Latest Statements

Statement on the abolition of the PIC

As members of the Graduate Student Organizing Committee (GSOC-UAW Local 2110) at New York University (NYU), we take an unambiguous stance supporting the abolition of the Prison Industrial Complex (PIC). Following the lead of the Black, queer, and feminist abolitionist movement, our vision of liberation requires the abolition of all prisons, detention centers, policing, and…

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Condemning NYU’s “go local” plan at the TLV campus

GSOC-UAW condemns NYU’s decision to use the Tel Aviv Academic center for their “Go Local” plan as a way to tackle government restrictions on travel in and out of the U.S. Using the Tel Aviv academic center is discriminatory and in violation of NYU’s own policies. GSOC members have ​voted​ to close the center at Tel-Aviv, and…

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Statement Condemning White Supremacist Violence & Endorsing the Campus Antifascist Network

GSOC-UAW-Local 2110’s political solidarity committee stands with the U.S.-based Campus Antifascist Network in solidarity with Black Lives Matter and anti-fascist activists who are today in resistance and struggle against a “Unite the Right” rally in Charlottesville, Virginia. “Unite the Right” is a conglomerate of fascist, white supremacist, Islamophobic, anti- semitic, white nationalist, homophobic, anti-indigenous and xenophobic groups…

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