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Standing Room Only: The State of the American Labor Movement

From May 31 to June 3, the Working Class Studies Association held their annual conference at Indiana University. Each day, there were several rounds of panels and speakers. On June 3, the closing plenary speaker Kim Moody spoke to the present and possible futures of labor movement in the U.S. He touched on many sides of the issue, including surveillance, …

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The Strike Mic – January 14, 2014

This week on The Strike Mic, members of the Indiana University assembly are holding a day of action tomorrow, in support of the prisoners at Westville Correctional Facility in Westfield, Indiana.

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The Strike Mic – December 3, 2013

This week on The Strike Mic, a student talks about the unfair hiring and firing practices of Indiana University maintenance faculty.

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Daily Local News – October 15, 2013

The Strike Mic: a musical and informational event will address the recent layoffs of Indiana University staff;Despite it being closed and empty, a demonstration took place yesterday outside of Representative Todd Young’s Bloomington office, to protest his role in the federal shutdown; This Thursday Bloomington will host the Third Annual South Central Indiana VA Stand Down. FEATURE Monroe County Affordable …

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Strike Mic – October 08, 2013

A group of Indiana University Students have been meeting in the Indiana University Memorial Union every Monday evening for more than a year. The group is a crucial component in bringing attention to IU employment practices, tuition increases, and the current lack of minority representation on campus. The assembly in collaboration with WFHB, brings weekly updates of the work to …

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Strike Mic – October 1, 2013

A group of Indiana University Students have been meeting in the IU Memorial Union every Monday evening for more than a year, and became crucial in the action that led to the IU Student Strike this spring. The demonstration to the IU Board of Trustees represented dissent for IU employment practices, tuition increases, and the current lack of minority representation …

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