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Occupy Wall Street protests Frieze New York. They also support New York City & Vicinity District Council of Carpenters who say the fair uses contractors who “do not pay the area standard wages to all their employees including providing or fully paying for health benefits and pension” The contractor was not named. [The Art Newspaper] A day after Cooper Union announced it would begin charging graduate students tuition in September 2012, students walked out.
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