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Library Workers Join Provincial March for Black Students

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The Toronto Public Library Workers Union joined the Provincial March for Black Students at City Hall today. They marched alongside students, parents, families, trade unions and community organizations who are committed to fighting anti-Black racism in the education system.  #BlackStudentsMatter #MarchforBlackStudents #EnoughisEnough

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#Shame @YCDSB #BringBackLibraryWorkers @osbcucscso #Solidarity #✊🏽 https://twitter.com/local4948/status/1309260827090968581

Stop the library worker layoffs at the York Catholic District Schoolbard! @local4948 TO #libraryworkers stand in #solidarity with CUPE 2331 📚

Sign the petition + share https://cupe.on.ca/stoplibrarylayoffsatycdsb/?fbclid=IwAR09Py3Xwr96s3s0gnpNuQ5ygiUwNSgDWlpeD0dfnqv44aWH6CdIms1p-jU

@4948president @CUPEOntario #onpoli

I just signed this petition to call for @YCDSB to reverse their decision to lay off library workers. Support students, parents and staff and bring library workers back!

#LibrariesWorkBecauseWeDo @CUPEOntario @Local4948 @Sflecce


A positive look at what libraries have to offer but fails to address the effects of COVID on library workers: stress, understaffing + burnout are the reality for many. @4948president @torontolabour #topoli https://www.nationalgeographic.com/travel/2020/09/libraries-respond-to-coronavirus-with-book-bikes-and-virtual-festivals/?fbclid=IwAR0nZpUgx49pFbQoIr61bJ9nppb1C_7VEQ3XWRzqUoZUKYSXyxj6_0fcoUw