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Nine months since the university workers’ contract ended, little progress has been made. To kick off the school year, workers across the UC system demonstrated Wednesday in their continued fight for higher wages.

Aside from the American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees, a number of other unions participated, including librarians, Clerical Union Employees, American Federation of Teachers, United Auto Workers and the Union of Public Domain.