Friday, April 13, 2012

You have probably seen office doors blossom out in yellow, much like spring daffodils with the promise of a new day dawning. Your door may already look like a daffodil garden, but if you haven’t yet received a “STRONGEST TOGETHER” sticker, reply to this email, and your name will bloom, too.

On Friday, April 6, at 1:00 PM, we teleconferenced with the attorney for the College and the Michigan Employment Relations Commission (MERC) to determine a definition of who will be able to vote in the election.  The brief conversation went very well, and with a little adjustment in language we should be able to reach an agreement. We contend that anyone who teaches part-time, whether one credit or ten credits, should be allowed to vote, and it appears that the Administration agrees.

We ask for your public support in the coming weeks. Let’s make every office door an acclamation that we stand STRONGEST TOGETHER. Once the voting date has been set, let’s all agree to have our names printed on a poster in support of a YES vote.  A new day is dawning.

In Solidarity, 
The Organizing Committee

Please reply to to give permission for a sticker on your office hour posting and your name on our campaign poster.

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