During the summer, Teaching Assistants typically get paid proportionate to the length of the summer teaching terms. Some TAs, however, have been assigned to teach summer courses designed for the 10-week terms, but are only getting paid for 6 weeks worth. University administrators claim the summer classes involve less work for TAs, despite the fact that TAs teach the same class during the regular academic year. Workers deserve fair compensation for their work, especially in the middle of a global crisis. Union stewards have already filed a grievance over this issue on behalf of affected TAs, and workers are organizing to pressure the University to pay workers what they are owed!

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* 1. I support paying summer session workers in full for their work!

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* 5. I want to be more involved with this campaign and others to win fair pay for workers:

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