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In accordance with Article VII, Section 3 of the 4cs Constitution nominations are invited for statewide officers, including: President Secretary, Vice President from teaching faculty Vice President from community college professionals (CCP) Two (2) vice presidents from part-time members Treasurer Diversity Officer Membership Officer The duties and responsibilities of all statewide officers are described in […]

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SEBAC Discussions, 11/23/16

The administration requested to meet informally with SEBAC Leaders, and that discussion occurred The parties plan to meet informally again Union leaders will brief their leadership bodies and negotiating committees. Further briefings and information will be available if discussions continue.

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4Cs List of Endorsed State Candidates 2016

District Office Name Towns 001 House Matt Ritter Hartford (part) 008 House Tom Currier Columbia, Coventry, Tolland (part), Vernon (part) 014 House Saud Anwar South Windsor (part) 015 House David Baram Bloomfield, Windsor (part) 022 House Betty Boukus New Britain (part), Plainville 024 House Rick Lopes New Britain (part), Newington (part) 026 House Peter Tercyak […]

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COCAL XII Conference

By Bob Reutenauer, 4Cs Organizer Adjunct faculty members Robyn Brooks (Tunxis), Ray Esponda (Gateway), and 4Cs staff organizer Bob Reutenauer represented the 4Cs in early August at COCAL Conference at University of Alberta in Edmonton, Canada. The Coalition of Contingent Academic Labor (COCAL) is a grassroots coalition of activists in North America working for contingent […]

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Membership Meeting

The 4Cs, AFT & AFSCME held a joint live streaming Membership Meeting on Friday, September 30 to update our memberships on the status of Contract Negotiations. If you were not able to join us live, you can view the video here.

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The Power of Organizing Demonstrated in Documentary

Film Synopsis The Hand That Feeds is a documentary film that was screened at Northwestern on April 26. “At a popular bakery café, residents of New York’s Upper East Side get bagels and coffee served with a smile 24 hours a day. But behind the scenes, undocumented immigrant workers face sub-legal wages, dangerous machinery, and […]

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