Thursday, March 1, 2012

New york times protests

  • On Thursday, the top editors of the New York Times responded to their staffers open protest of ongoing contract negotiations.
  • (Huffington Post)
  • A number of New York Times staffers held a "quiet protest" in the hallways of the building yesterday to express their dismay about the way contract talks have been going. Today, executive editor Jill Abramson and other editors have issued a response.
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  • London-based New York Times reporter Alan Cowell sympathized with the British off-shoot of Occupy Wall Street on Wednesday: British Authorities Demolish Protest Camp at St. Pauls Cathedral.
  • (News Busters)
  • New York Times employees are openly protesting the ongoing contract negotiations with the newspapers management again.
  • (Huffington Post)
  • TRENTON, N.J. (AP) - New York Citys Police Department is facing mounting criticism They should be spending their time looking at the more specific behaviors that ought to draw their attention and make them investigate a person or a group.
  • (WTOP)
  • Justice for Jazz Artists has released the following statement: The top jazz artists in the world live and work in New York City—yet many older jazz Grammy Award-winning jazz bassist.
  • (Broadway World)
  • The musicians' union for New York City has begun an advertising campaign and plans to expand protests outside of jazz clubs as part of its efforts to win pension benefits for jazz artists, union leaders said Thursday.
  • (New York Times Blogs)
  • TRENTON, N.J. (AP) - New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie says the New York Police Department ignored one of the General Jeffrey Chiesa to look into what happened.
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  • Elsewhere, students in Boston plan to rally at Dewey Square and hundreds in New York protest in November outside a UC Board of Regents meeting at UCLA for greater funding of public education. Credit: Luis Sinco / Los Angeles Times.
  • (Los Angeles Times)
  • A 27-year old convert to Islam accused of plotting to blow up targets around New to protest the American military presence in those countries.
  • (Big Hollywood)

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