About 25 percent of workers in a study report that their employers send them messages having nothing to do with work and everything to do with politics.
Workers take pulpit, housekeepers challenge Trump, global solidarity and more.
The votes come after fruitless talks with the colleges' management, who have demanded that adjunct professors at the schools take wage cuts.
While the vote result is a substantial victory, it's just the latest step in the campaign for justice for MU graduate workers.
"Without a countervailing pull of authentic engagement, the appeal of right wing rhetoric will continue."
"The labor rights and voting rights movements are interconnected - we must be smart enough to hook up; if we do, we can change this nation."
"We care about workers' rights, which are in a shambles and are a disgrace, but we can't win these fights if 30 million people can't vote."
The campaign will bring out at least 75 percent of newly-registered voters in for the primary elections in April 2016.
And the wins workers got, on amendments denouncing USPS cuts and advocating paid family and medical leave, may only be symbolic.
The first suffragist demonstration took place in Washington, D.C. on March 3, 1913.