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Harvard Official Told Law School Students Not To Use Funds To Feed Striking Workers 

Harvard University’s dining services workers have been on strike since last week, seeking a living wage and affordable health care. The enlightened leaders of Harvard are not making it easy for students to support them. Read more...
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