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Jump to Navigation Frame   Your location: Assessments  ›  View All Submissions  ›  View Attempt  View Attempt 3 of 3  Title: EXAM 3 Started: April 23, 2009 11:07 PM Submitted: April 23, 2009 11:30 PM Time spent: 00:22:21  Total score: 34/40 = 85%   Total score adjusted by 0.0  Maximum possible score: 40  1.   The people that must play the main role in challenging racial harassment on  the job are Black and Latino workers, and the people that must play the main  role challenging sexual harassment on the job are women workers.  Student Response False    2.
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  During the 30-month Staley lock-out, African-American unionist Frankie Travis  went from saying at the beginning that "I wanted no part of the union," to a  period of intense unionism activism which he "just loved."  Student Response True    3.   African-American Staley workers took their breaks at the same time as the  white workers in order to avoid false accusations based on racial prejudice.  Student Response True    4.
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  The Staley company repeatedly passed up black union workers -- who were  more highly qualified, had higher seniority, and achieved higher test scores --  to instead award promotions to white workers.  Student Response True    5.   Under the leadership of Cesar Chavez, the United Farm Workers in the 1960s  and 1970s built a unique labor union for that era, a combination of the labor  movement and the civil rights movement.  Student Response True    6.
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  The 1993 U.S.-Mexico-Canada trade pact, which labor and many political  activists decry as causing significant plant closings and job loss in the U.S. as  well as environmental damage in Mexico, is called what?    Stud ent  Res pons e 1.  PAT CO  2.  OSH 3.  NLR 4.  NAF TA  5.  FTA A  
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7.   In the 1930s the Congress of Industrial Organizations fought aggressively for  racial equality, and its national unions continued their militant, grassroots fight  against racism after the American Federation of Labor and the CIO merged in  1955.  Student Response True    8.   Agricultural or farm workers, such as the largely Latino workforce that the  United Farm Workers aim to organize in California, enjoy the same legal  protections as all other unionized workers under the National Labor Relations  Act.  Student Response False    9.
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  Despite the Congress of Industrial Organization's reputation for advocating  for equality on the job and welcoming women as members -- 800,000 women  were CIO members by 1940 -- the CIO had few women in its leadership. 
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