Grassroots action by the PSC and other unions helped elect a number of pro-union, pro-CUNY candidates in a year when Republicans racked up electoral gains with calls for cuts in public spending.
Labor Goes to the Movies -- Crossing Arizona (Joseph Mathew and Dan DeVivo, USA, 2006), Friday, Dec. 10, 6 pm, PSC Union Hall, 16th Floor, 61 Broadway
November's Labor Goes to the Movies Screening is of Goodbye Lenin (Wolfgang Becker, Germany, 2003).
Labor Goes to the Movies -- Goodbye Lenin (Wolfgang Becker, Germany, 2003), Friday, Nov. 12, 6 pm, PSC Union Hall, 16th Floor, 61 Broadway
A spirited PSC contingent of 250 people traveled for five hours each way by bus to be part of the October 2nd “One Nation Working Together” rally at the Lincoln Memorial in Washington.
The PSC and CUNY entered into an important settlement agreement affecting the use of substitutes by the University that will end the abuse of the substitute title and establish new rights for PSC members who serve in substitute titles.
At its June, 2010 meeting, the CUNY BOT voted to allow all fulltime members of the instructional staff who have at least 10 years of service and are at least 50 years old as of January 27, 2011 to consider taking the state sponsored early retirement incentive.
Research Foundation employees and their supporters held spirited rallies for a fair contract at City Tech, LaGuardia and the Grad Center during the week of September 27th.
Labor Goes to the Movies -- Lone Star (John Sayles, USA, 1996), Friday, Sept. 24, 6 pm, PSC Union Hall, 16th Floor, 61 Broadway
On Saturday, October 2, you have a chance to speak out on a national stage. PSC will join union members and community activists from across the country in a rally to demand the changes millions of Americans voted for in 2008—and more.