Rather than sell their own blood, Indiana students go on strike
By Jake Watkins
Read the full article from Workers Today, here.
It is common for student workers to get second jobs and sell plasma to stay afloat,” John Ferrand from the Indiana Graduate Workers Coalition told People’s World. Ferrand said that salaries at Indiana University can be as much as $20,000 below a living wage,” as a calculator developed by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology lists for Monroe County Indiana]”