More than 40 students and workers marched to California Hall on Friday to demand that Chancellor Nicholas Dirks grant more protections for Richmond workers related to the development of the Richmond Bay Campus.
When the University of California’s largest union and its administrators settled a two year contract dispute this spring, each side pledged to work with the other in promoting shared principles like urging state legislators to re-invest in higher education.
This is not a new concept. The campaign to pass Prop. 30 back in 2012, for example, would not have been possible without this kind of cooperation.
DR. RICHARD PAN TO JOIN UC WORKERS IN PROTEST OF OUTSOURCING AND SHORT STAFFING AT UC DAVIS MEDICAL CENTER TODAY (0)
Sacramento: Assemblyman and Former UC Davis Faculty Member Dr. Richard Pan will join more than a hundred (100) UC workers today at a planned protest at UC Davis Medical Center.
The protest will focus on the problem of short staffing, UCDMC’s outsourcing of hospital custodial services to private contractors that deny their workers livable wages, benefits or a voice on the job.