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Evan, Public University

  Labor Relations Board, I write to you as a graduate employee at a public university. My role as a worker, as university officials themselves have been willing to recognize, is obvious. I teach classes, I grade papers, I perform research, etc. Moreover, graduate...

Ella, UChicago

  Labor Relations Board, I am writing to ask the National Labor Relations Board to uphold the Columbia decision to that protects graduate students' rights as workers under federal law, and not to overturn these protections through a new rule. I am a graduate...

Kaitlyn, Brown

  Labor Relations Board, I am a PhD Candidate in French Studies at Brown University. As is the case in many "language" departments at Brown and throughout the country, grads in my department generally teach language classes. Though called "Teaching Assistants,"...

Kitty, Northwestern

  Labor Relations Board, I am a graduate worker at Northwestern University, the co-chair of Northwestern University Graduate Workers, and I have been a teaching assistant for the last four years. The teaching, grading, and mentoring I do is invaluable to my...

Sean, Princeton

  Labor Relations Board, As a PhD candidate in German at Princeton University and a member of the AFT Academics graduate workers union, I would like to object to the NLRB's proposed rule changes on graduate student labor organizing. Despite any claims that we do...

Hailey, Georgetown

  Labor Relations Board, I am a PhD candidate at Georgetown University in Philosophy. For all but a single semester of my 7.5 years at Georgetown, I have worked as a Teaching Assistant or Teaching Associate. As a Teaching Assistant, I led discussion sections,...