USAS Students Across the U.S. Send a Loud and Clear Message to T-Mobile

November 21, 2013

United Students Against Sweatshops (USAS) students at dozens of campuses across the country are launching a new campaign to demand that universities cut commercial ties with T-Mobile unless the company changes its ways. With T-Mobile workers fighting for a voice on the job and the company engaging in a vicious, anti-worker campaign, students are stepping up to put an end to the exploitation of T-Mobile workers in their names. T-Mobile has important contracts on campuses that grant the company preferential access to market to students and staff, contracts to purchase wireless service for staff and, most importantly, construction of cell tower infrastructure on campuses. 

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