Labor has been one of the bulwarks for protecting workers and ensuring that at least some economic growth is shared by workers. It's because of the organized threat that the labor movement poses that right-wing forces have been steadily pressing to erode labor rights.
Students protested a Board of Trustees proposal on the administration of student fees. Many say the change is undemocratic.
PSC members are pushing the city and state for full funding for higher education, including for ‘$7K’ for adjuncts.
The PSC held a lively forum about a controversial proposal at the School of Professional Studies that could threaten faculty governance.
The far right has targeted Hunter College sociologist Jessie Daniels for her writing and social media activity. She responds to the firestorm.
A PSC member takes a critical look at the history of CUNY admissions. Armed with data, he calls for changes in the current policy.
The union's revenue comes almost entirely from membership dues. That money is used to fund campaigns and resources that build the membership's collective power.
PSC activists visit fellow members at their homes as the recommitment campaign steps up in the face of Janus v. AFSCME
A CUNY student who had a family member detained by ICE turned to professors and staff at KCC for guidance and help. The family member was eventually released.
The PSC and its allies went to Albany to demand the reversal of the historic disinvestment of public higher education by the state.