CSUEU E-NEWS: March 9, 2017
Hot news from your bargaining team, and more...
Biweekly news digest from the California State University Employees Union
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HOT NEWS FROM YOUR BARGAINING TEAM
I AM AN IMMIGRANT
THESE CALIFORNIA DEPARTMENTS WENT ON A SPENDING SPREE
CONTEST: IDENTIFY THE CAMPUS
TODAY IN HISTORY
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Hot News from Your Bargaining Team
|CSU East Bay Chapter 306 President Diego Campos (center) picketing last Thursday as negotiations for a new contract were in progress.
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I Am an Immigrant
For the next edition of University Employee, the Communications Committee would like to feature stories about some of our members who have immigrated to the U.S. or have been impacted by the latest immigration policies. If you would like us to tell your story, please contact Communications Committee Chair Nancy Kobata.
With Pension Reform Looming, These California Departments Went on a Spending Spree
From the Sacramento Bee: On the eve of major pension changes that would crimp retirement benefits for new hires, a handful of California government agencies went on a holiday hiring spree. Read more.
Contest: Identify the Campus
In selected editions of CSUEU E-News, we show photographs of different CSU campuses and invite readers to identify the campus.
The prize: bragging rights and the thrill of having your name and chapter mentioned in E-News!
To the right is this edition's mystery photo. Click on this thumbnail to see a high-resolution version.
Just to keep it from being too easy, you won't be eligible if you work at the campus depicted in the photo.
Send your entry with "Contest" in the subject line, along with your full name and chapter, to email@example.com, and good luck!
Today in History
March 10, 1968: By doctor’s order, United Farm Workers leader César Chávez breaks a 24-day fast at a mass in a public park in Delano. Several thousand supporters are at his side, including Sen. Robert Kennedy. Chavez called it “a fast for non-violence and a call to sacrifice.”
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