CSU Faculty Could Strike For More Money
Faculty members from the California State University system are expected to protest today as they continue to push for a 5 percent increase in salary.
Currently the chancellor’s office has proposed a 2 percent increase, but more than 1,000 CSU faculty members are willing to march today as they demand the full 5 percent they have requested.
If they are unable to come to an agreement with their contracts then the California Faculty Association has already authorized a strike for union members.
“No one takes a strike vote lightly, especially faculty who have invested so much in their students,” CFA President Jennifer Eagan said. “The faculty are angry and justifiably so.”
Pulling from the “Fight for Fifteen” movement, the CFA has dubbed the rally “Fight for Five.”
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