Monthly Archives: August 2011
In the video below, a bunch of community members including workers, students, and alumni briefly explain why they are involved in the fight for justice at UMD.
The worker panel and press conference was another hit – the room was full, yet again, and the panelists had some hard-hitting stories about their treatment in the campus workplace.
You are invited to attend the UMD Coalition for Workers’ Rights Press Conference and Worker Panel on Thursday, August 18th from 6PM – 8PM in the Nyumburu Cultural Center at the University of Maryland. This Conference will feature a panel … Continue reading
Dear University of Maryland Alumna, Remember those four (or more) years you spent in College Park – studying, working, and partying? Remember the people who made all of that possible? Who kept and continue to keep the campus clean, fed, … Continue reading
On August 3rd, the Latino Media Collective interviewed Neri Alfaro, Solomon Comissiong, Andrea Zamudio, and Jess Izen about the ongoing abuses happening at UMD.
A coalition of University of Maryland staff, students, and faculty will be hosting an open Press Conference and Worker Panel on August 18th from 6:00 PM-8:00 PM at the Nyumburu Cultural Center on the campus of the University of Maryland, College Park. At the conference and … Continue reading
Silence! Silence! Silence! That’s all there is from the mainstream news media. The silence is deafening. Despite the tension arising from the reported instances of widespread abuse and other disturbing treatments being meted out to employees of the University of … Continue reading