This session of the Supreme Court hears cases that deal with vital labor issues, including one case that looks at whether forced arbitration agreements that ban collective or class legal actions violate federal labor law.
In light of often confusing moves by the White House in regard to DACA, activists are doing all they can to protect CUNY's undocumented students.
The PSC bargaining team spent months carefully crafting demands for the entire bargaining unit. Several team members reflect on the demands and prepare to bargain with CUNY for a new contract.
Thousands of members have signed new membership cards in preparation for a potential negative ruling at the Supreme Court.
Faculty, staff and students demanded CUNY’s Board of Trustees urge Governor Andrew Cuomo to sign a bill for fair funding of CUNY.
Labor has a lot to lose from a constitutional convention, while big money and special interests have a lot to gain. Vote no.
Brooklyn College faculty members respond to attacks from a notorious far-right extremist.
The current PSC-CUNY contract expires on November 30. The union’s bargaining team is listening to members and preparing demands.
Nationwide, academics are concerned about the rise of “fake” academic journals targeting professors. PSC members are taking note.
"Right-to-work" laws, bolstered by anti-Semitic ideas of a Jewish conspiracy, originated in the South as a way to maintain Jim Crow labor relations.