Your Rights as We Organize

A message from Celeste Walker and Gretchen Haertsch, adjunct representatives on the Faculty Senate at Arcadia University, about administration's efforts to shut down the union effort. Click to learn more about your rights as a worker during this organizing drive.

United Against Racism

During the eighteen months leading up to the 2016 election, there was an escalation of hate toward immigrants, Muslims, people of color, women, the disabled, and LGBTQ folks. Trump's victory has elevated this hate to a new level. The attack on black students alerts us that college campuses and educational institutions are not immune to violence and hate, indeed, may be especially targeted. We cannot accept this. Not in our universities, not in our communities.

UAP Members Celebrate Banned Books Week

Many of our members are librarians, writers, or teachers of English and Literature. This year we're highlighting their voices for Banned Books Week. Read on for more about their favorite banned books, why they teach what they do, and what's so important about intellectual freedom.

UAP is #AFTallin in Las Vegas!

This April, a group of UAP members who traveled to Las Vegas for the 2016 AFT Higher Ed/PSRP Joint Conference where we spent three days talking with faculty and academic professionals from around the country about shared victories, challenges, and ways to make our union stronger.