"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.
PSC members reflect on the violence in Charlottesville, Va., and how we can resist and understand the rise of racism and anti-Semitism in America.
Nationwide, academics are concerned about the rise of “fake” academic journals targeting professors. PSC members are taking note.
With several key city races this November, the union's legislative committee is working on both educating and endorsing candidates who are dedicated to supporting CUNY faculty, staff and students.
The Trump administration recently announced plans to end DACA, an Obama administration program that gave qualified undocumented immigrants a reprieve from deportation and a work permit. Thousands of CUNY students are affected, and faculty, staff and students are organizing around the issue.
The current PSC-CUNY contract expires on November 30. The union’s bargaining team is listening to members and preparing demands.
The PSC, along with NYSUT, student groups and the academic union at SUNY, United University Professions, are gearing up for an intense, short-term campaign to demand that Governor Andrew Cuomo sign the bill that would guarantee funding for mandatory cost increases.
PSC Executive Council Member Lenny Dick passed away. A lifelong and tireless activist, he leaves behind a legacy of always speaking out against injustice and not being discouraged or diverted in the struggle.
In a district that went for Trump and has had Republican representatives, NYSUT member Christine Pellegrino won the race for state assembly with a more than 15-point lead.
The union responds to executive searches that lack transparency.