John Maenpaa

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Christian/Patriot/Libertarian-Socialist and I support: AFL-CIO & IWW & ACLU & Occupy & Declaration Of Independence & Constitution #union #iww #WIUnion #occupy

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Women Teachers Defending Their Labor Rights Under Extremely Precarious Conditions In Mexico 

http://www.trust.org/item/20130927181240-3ejng/?source=hppartner 

Excluded from the debate on educational reform, women teachers, who represent more than 96% of teachers in preschool, 66% in basic education and 51% in secondary school, are protesting against a new law that will affect them negatively, especially those working in rural and indigenous communities.

Mainly women teachers in the states of Veracruz, Michoacán, Oaxaca, Guerrero and Chiapas (Mexico) went on strike while more than 30,000 teachers from some of the country's poorest states moved into Mexico City and set up camp in the Zócalo, the city center, for three weeks in September. They are protesting en masse after the government pushed through “secondary” laws aimed at reforming the Education Act, in particular aspects related to teachers’ careers. They are demanding that the government moderate its education reforms...

RELATED: http://www.nssoaxaca.com/nacional/1-general/58420-la-cnte-34-anos-de-historia-de-un-organismo-disidente-que-desafia-la-primera-gran-reforma-de-epn

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#union #iww #occupy #ows #p2 #p21 #tlot #tcot #teaparty

Women Teachers Defending Their Labor Rights Under Extremely Precarious Conditions In Mexico

http://www.trust.org/item/20130927181240-3ejng/?source=hppartner

Excluded from the debate on educational reform, women teachers, who represent more than 96% of teachers in preschool, 66% in basic education and 51% in secondary school, are protesting against a new law that will affect them negatively, especially those working in rural and indigenous communities.

Mainly women teachers in the states of Veracruz, Michoacán, Oaxaca, Guerrero and Chiapas (Mexico) went on strike while more than 30,000 teachers from some of the country's poorest states moved into Mexico City and set up camp in the Zócalo, the city center, for three weeks in September. They are protesting en masse after the government pushed through “secondary” laws aimed at reforming the Education Act, in particular aspects related to teachers’ careers. They are demanding that the government moderate its education reforms...

RELATED: http://www.nssoaxaca.com/nacional/1-general/58420-la-cnte-34-anos-de-historia-de-un-organismo-disidente-que-desafia-la-primera-gran-reforma-de-epn

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