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A June 30 layoff would mean unjust financial hardship and insecurity for our valued instructors
Layoffs at the UC would harm my co-workers, professors, and students.
Lecturers want educational justice!
Layoffs mean we lose some of our most dedicated and engaging educators
fair contract stable income pandemic
An end for continuing our education
Layoffs would deprive undergraduate students of amazing lecturers
Solidarity with UC lecturers!
We depend on lecturers—treat them right!
A June 30 layoff would be the end of many promising careers.
We love our lecturers
It would weaken the quality of education at the UC.
L.A. life during COVID-19, this could be Murphy Hall next
Not caring about basic needs
Lecturer lay-offs would hurt me academically and (more importantly) hurt colleagues I respect and admire.
Lecturers deserve job security especially during a pandemic!
I am a first year graduate student at the English department and a layoff means that my future scholarship will be critically affected, not to mention that of my fellow colleagues and teachers.
An injury to one is an injury to all.
A layoff would mean a drop in the quality of education and a life-threatening precedent for workers in the UC
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