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any day I get to talk to @thejudycollins is a very good day! especially when she is talking about all the men she and Joni Mitchell bagged in the '60s. honored to have played a small part in this tremendous reflection on BLUE: https://t.co/subFJA6bl2
We all need to take a sec to appreciate @rachelysanders. She came into the process in 2020 having never completed a negosh. But she pattern bargained 3 tables beautifully, prepped 3 shops to be 100% strike ready, & took them to the finish line w/ amazing wins. A fucking rockstar.
These gains are the direct result of collective action—including a credible strike threat—proving that when we stand together and fight, we win. With these agreements, we have laid a foundation that will raise standards at @NewYorker, at @CondeNast, and throughout our industry. https://t.co/HHo3KditWO
TO BE CLEAR: This is ALL our win. Every journalist in the industry benefits from this, because the baseline standard has risen. This is good. Better protection for workers = less people cycling out of the profession = industry doesn’t lose out on talent = BETTER JOURNALISM. ✊🏽 https://t.co/BwdgMako3v
BREAKING: We have averted a strike! After more than two and a half years of negotiations, @newyorkerunion, @p4kunion, and @ars_union are proud to announce that we have reached an agreement in principle on our first contracts. Here are some of our wins: https://t.co/gBzOwbKpqI
When the New York Times broke the story of the Pentagon papers (NOT the Washington post, Mr. Spielberg) one byline was left off the page: Linda Amster. Now The Times is bringing her the recognition she deserves. Researchers RULE, y’all. https://t.co/49S0fnUfT7
"I think often when you read about a person who has been through some difficult things you can start to see them as a sad person or a difficult person because they have endured some sad, difficult things. But often the opposite is true." – @amandahess https://t.co/iRr1tXFRCf https://t.co/uGq918K4dT
“If this discussion could in any way lead to my being disciplined, terminated, or cause an effect on my personal working conditions, I respectfully request that my Union Representative be present. Until my representation arrives, I choose not to participate in this discussion.” https://t.co/WnKf4XgD8Q
"We stand behind The 1619 Project and Nikole’s work, for which she won a Pulitzer Prize last year, and oppose any attempt to restrict access to our journalism or that of any other news organization.” — NYT issues a statement strongly supporting The 1619 Project and @nhannahjones https://t.co/KVZfPoK3B4
I wrote about the small collection of things that are making my brain feel better right now, including the podcast @PotPsychology, the newsletter @thesmallbow and a live cam of some majestic creatures shuffling about a California beach: https://t.co/kidpfoPhcG