USC, Don't Silence Me

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The Keck Defect: USC wants to muzzle its caregivers

When the pandemic hit, USC workers rallied for appropriate PPE to protect themselves and their patients. Now, USC is not only rejecting caregiver proposals to be better prepared for a future pandemic, the university is demanding that they give up the right to protest and make their concerns public in their next labor contract. Will you stand with Keck–USC caregivers, who want a fair contract that preserves their right to advocate for patients?

USC workers are fighting for fair wages, affordable health care, and the right to advocate for our patients

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USC caregivers put their health on the line to keep serving patients during the pandemic. They are proud members of the Trojan family, who have earned the right to advocate for themselves and their patients. Let USC know you stand with the caregivers who stand up for USC patients.

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Thank you for supporting NUHW healthcare workers at USC! In addition to signing our petition above, you can support us by announcing your support on social media.

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