Bargaining for the Common Good in Higher Education, Feb 22nd-24th- 2018, Rutgers University- New Brunswick NJ
The Bargaining for the Common Good in Higher Education Convening will bring together leaders from higher ed and health care unions, student groups, racial justice and other community organizations from across the country to strategize about how to transform contract negotiations into broader community fights and how to wage inspiring common good campaigns that connect workers more deeply to their union and increase membership in preparation for the Janus decision. We hope to build on the great work that many local unions and community groups across the country have done around Bargaining for the Common Good, and center the discussion on the unique challenges and opportunities facing higher education in the wake of the Janus decision.

Apply to attend here! Once we receive your application, we will be in touch within two weeks to confirm your participation and send registration and logistics information.

We're excited to see you at Rutgers! From BCG Steering Committee Members:

Patrick Nowlan, Rutgers AAUP/AFT
Malini Cadambi, SEIU
Liz Perlman, AFSCME 3299
Suzanne Wall, Massachusetts Teachers Association -NEA
Tom Smith, United Campus Workers- CWA
Elizabeth Parisian, AFT
Stephen Lerner, Kalmanovitz Initiative for Labor and the Working Poor, Georgetown University
Angela Peoples, Action Center on Race and the Economy
Natalie Casal Alcaino, Responsible Endowment Coalition
Rebecca Given, Rutgers AAUP/AFT
Troy Neves, United Students Against Sweatshops
Chris Whalen, Health Professionals & Allied Employees- NJ
Corrado Cotumaccio, Health Professionals & Allied Employees- NJ
Molly Gott, LittleSis
Trina Scordo, New Jersey Communities United
Marilyn Sneiderman, Rutgers SMLR Center for Innovation in Worker Organization

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