The Organizing Committee of the Graduate Workers of Columbia University – UAW Local 2110 stands in solidarity with Sudanese protesters.
We are ready to get to the bargaining table! The GWC Organizing Committee endorses Open Bargaining as a fundamental principle for our contract negotiations with Columbia University. Open Bargaining is a union negotiation procedure where all contract engagement between workers
On Sunday, a Columbia University student was recorded outside of Butler Library verbally and physically harassing students of colour while yelling white supremacist slogans. The GWC Organizing Committee condemns in the strongest terms this student’s disgusting statements, and we stand
The Organizing Committee of the Graduate Workers of Columbia University – UAW Local 2110 stands in solidarity with Professor Midlarksy.
The Organizing Committee of the Graduate Workers of Columbia University – UAW Local 2110 stands in solidarity with migrants and calls on organized labor to welcome and support thousands of migrants en route to the United States.
Many of you have expressed your concerns with the process that brought to us the Framework Agreement between the UAW and Columbia University. The bargaining committee shares those concerns about the lack of transparency in that undemocratic process and is
The final vote count is 1,035 – 720 in favor of accepting the Framework Agreement Between the UAW and Columbia University proposed by the University. We want to thank and applaud our unit for the phenomenal organizing surrounding the Framework,
We would like to share with you that, as a result of hard work, including our current preparations for a possible strike, Columbia University at 12:30 PM today has offered to bargain with GWC and the Columbia Postdoctoral Workers subject
What Runs This School? Union Power! With only 3 weeks left until our November 30 strike deadline, we are rallying on Low Steps to send a clear message to President Bollinger: either Bargain Now or We’ll #CUonStrike! When: Thursday, November
During our strike in April, over 1,500 graduate workers withdrew their labor and marched on the picket lines, and when the strike ended, we knew what our next steps would be. We continued organizing over the summer and vowed to