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    SAG-AFTRA Statement on the Rights of a Free and Unencumbered Press

    by  • February 23, 2017 • Issues, News, Opinions

    Released Feb 20, 2017

    SAG-AFTRA, the entertainment industry labor union representing more than 160,000 actors, broadcasters and recording artists, today released the following Statement on the Rights of a Free and Unencumbered Press:

    “As a union whose membership includes broadcast and online journalists, SAG-AFTRA champions the rights of a free press, whose primary role is to...

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    Northeastern University adjunct professor walkout averted, tentative contract agreement reached

    by  • January 14, 2016 • Issues, News, Opinions

    Adjunct professors and Northeastern University reached a tentative contract agreement today that affects more than 900 professors, thus averting the January 19 walkout.

    (via the NU Adjuncts Facebook page)

    Great news! With our walkout looming, we reached a tentative contract with the Northeastern University administration very early this morning. Among the wins: improved wages...

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    Important MA Adjunct Professor News

    by  • January 13, 2016 • Issues, News, Opinions

    Two of MALC’s key policy areas are fair trade and the treatment of our community’s labor force. Adjunct professors are part of our community’s labor force and in most cases are not fairly treated. MALC is in full support of the unionization of the adjunct workforce.

    Below is a roundup of recent important Massachusetts...

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    MA Film Tax Credit program grows our economy

    by  • March 5, 2015 • Calls to Action, Legislation, News, Opinions

    One of MALC’s priorities is protecting the State’s Film Tax Credit program which has helped our State’s arts, culture and creative economy grow.

    Please read the Mass Production Coalition’s statement about the Governor’s call to end the program and stay tuned for what you can do to help protect this important needed program for our Commonwealth.

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