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It’s election time!  If you would like to run for one of the following GEO officer positions, please send your name and two-sentence candidate statement to staff@uic-geo.net by Wednesday, April 5th:

 

–Bargaining Chair: Responsibilities include attending and facilitating contract negotiations, strategizing with the bargaining and organizing teams, and reporting back to membership.

–Communications Chair: Responsibilities include facilitating Communications Committee meetings, and helping to create and maintain GEO’s messaging and online presence.

–Treasurer: Responsibilities include keeping track of all union finances, maintaining budget, and serving as chair for the budget committee.

–Co-President (2 positions): Responsibilities include chairing Steering Committee meetings, working as a liaison to the committees, and being a spokesperson of GEO.

–Grievance Chair: Includes evaluating potential grievances, interviewing grievants and investigating grievances, and working with Stewards Council members to help resolves grievances.

–Secretary: Includes keeping records of meetings, creating and maintaining files of agendas and minutes, and attending Steering Committee meetings.

–Outreach Chair: Includes doing outreach to campus unions and groups and the larger community.

–Organizing Chair: Includes working with Stewards to build membership, organize around member issues, and run contract and issue campaigns.

–Chief Steward: Includes working with Stewards to help facilitate communication about contractual rights, build membership, and organize around issues.

Voting will take place on campus April 11th and 12th on campus. Voting will also take place at the GEO 1o Year Anniversary Event on April 13th at Jak’s Tap from 5-7pm.

 

GEO Files Intent To Bargain Plus GEO Trivia: Get to Know Your Contract!

GEO Files Intent to Bargain With the University  Today, March 16th, the GEO will file its Intent to Bargain letter with the University!  What does this mean?  It means that, since the current contract expires in August of this year, we’re demanding the University meet with us to bargain a new contract.  For several months, Read More →

Workers Memorial Day Today, 6:30-8:00 pm at Uri-Eichen Gallery

Workers Memorial Day Today, 6:30-8:00 pm at Uri-Eichen Gallery

The GEO is a proud co-sponsor of the Workers Memorial Day, happening today from 6:30-8:00 pm at the Uri-Eichen Gallery (2101 S. Halsted).  Come discuss plans for how we as consumers and a community can address issues such as unsafe working conditions and unfair labor practices  around the world.  Hope to see you there!   Read More →

Update on United Faculty: Strike Averted, Tentative Contract Settlement Reached

Update on United Faculty: Strike Averted, Tentative Contract Settlement Reached

Yesterday, United Faculty reached a tentative agreement for both the tenure-track and non-tenure track faculty contracts. Details will be discussed at membership meetings (times TBD) and will be released to the public after the members vote. As a result, the strike has been averted. Congratulations to all of the United Faculty members! http://uicunitedfaculty.org/2014/04/strike-averted-uic-united-faculty-uic-administration-reach-tentative-agreement-first-contracts/

Important: UIC SEIU files notice of Intent to Strike

Important: UIC SEIU files notice of Intent to Strike

Yesterday, April 11th, our union brothers and sisters in Service Employees International United (SEIU) Local 73 at UIC officially filed a notice of their Intent to Strike. They have been working without a contract for almost two years yet the University has constantly stalled negotiations and have bargained unprofessionally. We are calling on all GEO Read More →

Members of SEIU Local 73 Will Take a Strike Vote

Members of SEIU Local 73 Will Take a Strike Vote

GEO stands in support of the 3000 members of SEIU Local 73 who have gone without a contract or raise for over a year and are currently bargaining with the University. According to Fight Back News, the members will take a strike vote next week. You can read more here: http://www.fightbacknews.org/2014/3/27/campus-workers-chicago-will-take-strike-vote

United Faculty Labor Actions and You

United Faculty Labor Actions and You

Dear GEO Members: United Faculty, which represents all full-time UIC faculty (tenure and non-tenure), is planning a two-day walkout for Tuesday, February 18th and Wednesday, February 19th. This is an exciting opportunity for graduate employees and other campus workers to show our solidarity with the faculty in their contract negotiations. Faculty members cannot prohibit you Read More →

General Membership Meeting and Q&A with Campus Care Director

General Membership Meeting and Q&A with Campus Care Director

Join your fellow GEO members for a General Membership Meeting and Q&A with the director of Campus Care, David Wurster on Tuesday, February 25th from 5-7 pm in the library of the African-American Cultural Center (Addams Hall, room 200). Members will be able to ask questions and submit comments regarding their experiences with Campus Care Read More →

Supporting United Faculty

Supporting United Faculty

At the Board of Trustees retreat on Wednesday, January 22, both President Easter and Trustee Pam Strobel explained that the purpose of their retreats was to ensure that the U of I system fulfilled the promises of the land grant college mission. (For those of you not versed in the history of land grant colleges, Read More →

The Importance of Solidarity

The Importance of Solidarity

The struggle to secure the rights of workers and a fair wage are affecting nearly everyone on the UIC campus. Which is why in a local, concrete, sense there is very good reason for union solidarity. The faculty’s fight to win a fair contract hinges on two key factors. The first is wages. UIC has Read More →

Proud Union Office and Lab Posters Are Here!

Proud Union Office and Lab Posters Are Here!

The GEO has printed Proud Union posters designed to show solidarity with other campus unions. You can view them below. If you would like to display one of these or help distribute them please give us a shout: stewards@uic-geo.net. We will rush them over.  ProudUnionOffice_MK1 ProudUnionLAB_MK1

UIC GEO Supports The Broadway Youth Center

UIC GEO Supports The Broadway Youth Center

November 20, 2013 Alderman Tom Tunney 44th Ward, City of Chicago 3223 N. Sheffield Ave Chicago, IL, 60657 Chicago Zoning Board of Appeals 121 N LaSalle St #905 Chicago, IL 60602 Dear Alderman Tunney and the Chicago Zoning Board of Appeals: We are writing this letter to express our support for the youth and homeless Read More →

Graduate Employees Organization Stands in Support of UIC United Faculty’s Contract Campaign!

Graduate Employees Organization Stands in Support of UIC United Faculty’s Contract Campaign!

October 16, 2013 Dear Chancellor Allen-Meares and the Board of Trustees, The University of Illinois at Chicago Graduate Employees Organization (UIC GEO) is writing on behalf of its 1,500 members to demand that you respect the collective bargaining process and immediately reach an agreement with the United Faculty Local 6456. It is our understanding that Read More →

Information Regarding the Recent Health Insurance Letter Mailed to All University Employees

Information Regarding the Recent Health Insurance Letter Mailed to All University Employees

The University recently mailed a letter entitled “Health Insurance Marketplace Coverage Options and State of Illinois Employee Health Coverage” to all University employees, which includes Graduate Assistants and Teaching Assistants. The purpose of the letter is mainly to address the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act and provide information for finding affordable health care coverage Read More →

GSC Survey on the Quality of Life and Education for UIC Students

GSC Survey on the Quality of Life and Education for UIC Students

In advance of Chancellor Paula Allen-Meares’ five-year review, the UIC Graduate Student Council is looking for input from UIC graduate students regarding their quality of life and education at UIC. The answers are confidential and will be used to address any questions or issues UIC students have and how UIC can be improved. You can Read More →

Pride at Work has launched in Chicago

Pride at Work has launched in Chicago

Pride At Work has launched a Chicago branch! On Tuesday July 30th, representatives from UIC’s GEO attended a Pride At Work meeting. The Pride At Work national website states, “Pride At Work is a nonprofit organization and an officially recognized constituency group of the AFL-CIO (American Federation of Labor & Congress of Industrial Organizations.) We organize mutual support between Read More →

GEO Steering Committee: Collaborating On A Vision

GEO Steering Committee: Collaborating On A Vision

  The GEO Steering Committee spent the day reflecting on last year’s contact campaign- recognizing major victories and areas for improvement. The GEO leaders are collaborating on a vision for next year, what is important to you?

Steering Committee Elections Results!

Steering Committee Elections Results!

The Elections Committee thanks all GEO members who voted in this week’s Steering Committee Election and congratulations to the newest members of the GEO Steering Committee! All members were voted in unanimously by the membership and the results are as follows: Co-Presidents Marissa Baker and Gina Gemmel Secretary Lydia Hou Treasurer Daniel Ingebretson Communications Co-Chairs Read More →

Solidarity with the Indiana University Strike

Solidarity with the Indiana University Strike

To: Indiana University Students, Staff, and Faculty The UIC GEO stands in solidarity with the IU students, staff and faculty in their pursuit of fair and equal treatment under University guidelines. It has come to the attention of the UIC GEO that individuals at IU have come together to fight for educational justice, a struggle Read More →

GEO Solidarity Letter from UIC United Facultyhttp://uic-geo.net/mainsite/?p=521

GEO Solidarity Letter from UIC United Facultyhttp://uic-geo.net/mainsite/?p=521

The members of UIC United Faculty Local 6456 stand in solidarity with the members of the UIC Graduate Employees Organization Local 6297 as they fight for a fair contract. We demand that the University recognizes the vital work that graduate assistants perform on campus and provide a reasonable proposal with a living wage. The University’s Read More →

Intent to Strike Vote Passes; Emergency Organizing Meeting/Stewards Meeting Tomorrow

Intent to Strike Vote Passes; Emergency Organizing Meeting/Stewards Meeting Tomorrow

The Intent to Strike vote passed almost unanimously at tonight’s general membership meeting. This means that GEO will file a notice of intent to strike with the state labor board tomorrow. The membership also elected a strike committee, who will present one or more strike plans at the next GMM. Meanwhile, organizing for a possible Read More →

GEO Message of Solidarity From Dr. Cornel West

GEO Message of Solidarity From Dr. Cornel West

The members of GEO received a major message of support yesterday from none other than Dr. Cornel West, well-known social justice activist, author, and professor. He says: “I wholeheartedly support my brothers and sisters of the UIC GEO! Stay strong and stand tall! Love, Cornel West” Thanks, Dr. West, for the message of solidarity!

In Solidarity with SEIU Local 73!

In Solidarity with SEIU Local 73!

March 12, 2013   Dear Chancellor Wise and the Board of Trustees,   The University of Illinois at Chicago Graduate Employees Organization (UIC GEO) is writing on behalf of its 1500 members to demand that you respect the collective bargaining process and immediately reach an agreement with Service Employees International United Local 73 (SEIU). It Read More →

GEO Endorses Ponnu Padiyara for Student Trustee; Vote Today!

GEO Endorses Ponnu Padiyara for Student Trustee; Vote Today!

The Steering Committee voted unanimously to endorse Ponnu Padiyara for Student Trustee.  With her experience on the Undergraduate Student Council as well as the Student Fee Advisory Committee, she has dealt with a wide variety of issues that are important to GEO members, including Campus Care and increased health care coverage for members.  As Student Read More →

Coverage of the Rally For Grad Employee Rights!

Coverage of the Rally For Grad Employee Rights!

Yesterday’s rally was covered by graduate student journalists from Northwestern University! The weather unfortunately prevented them from making it in time to get good footage of the 70+ of us at the snowy rally, but they were able to interview several of our amazing members, including Piere Washington, Michael Muñiz, and Greg Sutliff. Check out Read More →

Video from Show Us Some Love, UIC!

Video from Show Us Some Love, UIC!

Check out our video from the wildly successful “Show Us Some Love, UIC” Valentine’s Day event!  Available on our Facebook page (facebook.com/uicgeo) or YouTube http://youtu.be/311y3KrVExI )!

Send a Solidarity Letter to the Chancellor and Board of Trustees!

Are you a friend of the UIC GEO?  Want to see them receive a fair contract settled quickly?  Then send a letter of solidarity to the Chancellor and Board of Trustees!  You can use the letter below by signing it and mailing it on either via email or snail mail. In Solidarity with the University Read More →

GEO Bargaining Session on Economics (for real this time): Monday, February 4th

Here we are: it’s the first bargaining session of the spring semester (due to the university cancelling the past two sessions) and after 7 months of bargaining with the university, we finally received an economic proposal from them only to find out they want to decrease the wages of graduate employees. Find out more from Read More →

CANCELLED: GEO’s Wednesday Bargaining Session on Economic Issues: January 23rd

UPDATE:  Bargaining session has been cancelled by the university due to a member of their team having an ongoing family emergency. It’s the first bargaining session of the spring semester (due to the university cancelling Friday’s session) and after 7 months of bargaining with the university, we finally received an economic proposal from them only Read More →

2nd Mediation Session with the University This Wednesday, December 5th!

With the mediator in place, we’re on to our second session with the university from 10 am-4 pm in University Hall room 650! This means going over some of the items we’ve previously tabled (such as Additional Employment, Leaves and Holidays, and No Strike clauses) in addition to working our way towards financial issues (slowly Read More →

UIC Financial Presentation by Dr. Howard Bunsis

First Mediation Session with the University: Thursday, Nov. 15th

The GEO was originally scheduled to meet with the university for mediation on Halloween, but the university cancelled that morning due to illness. The GEO then quickly gave multiple alternative dates only to have the university agree to one. Don’t let them drag this out; come to the mediation session on Thursday, November 15th from Read More →

Are you ready to strike for your contract? IMPORTANT General Membership Meeting to discuss a possible strike drive on Monday, October 29.

Are you ready to strike for your contract? IMPORTANT General Membership Meeting to discuss a possible strike drive on Monday, October 29. We have been in bargaining for almost six months and we still haven’t received a single economic proposal (wages, health care, fee waivers, tuition waivers, etc.) from the university! It’s time to start Read More →

UPDATE: Progress Slows, GEO Files for Mediation

October 8, 2012 As of today, you have been working without a contract for 51 days. On Wednesday, October 3, after another long bargaining session during which little progress was made, the bargaining committee informed the University that GEO intends to file for mediation. The GEO bargaining committee has been meeting with the University since Read More →

GEO Support Resolution for Walmart Warehouse Workers in Elwood, IL

At the most recent General Membership Meeting for the GEO, members voted in favor of sending a resolution of support (attached below) to the striking Walmart Warehouse Workers in Elwood, IL who recently walked out of the warehouse due to intimidation and retaliation after a lawsuit was filed on behalf of the workers by the Read More →

Letter of Support for the Chicago Teachers Union

Fellow grad students and GEO members, As of this morning, Monday 9/10, the Chicago Teachers’ Union (CTU) is on strike. That means that workers at 600+ public schools across the city will not be reporting to work. After decades of attacks on public schools in Chicago CTU is standing up and saying, “Enough is enough!” Read More →

UIC GEO Resolution in Support of the Chicago Teachers Union

CTU Support Resolution Whereas all students deserve the right to a quality public education in their neighborhood school, and Whereas all students deserve smaller class sizes to receive adequate attention from teachers, and Whereas all students deserve access to a broad and diverse curriculum that includes art, world languages, computer literacy, and physical education, and Read More →

Report from the 10th Bargaining Session

Dear members, On behalf of the GEO Bargaining Committee, I would like to welcome any first time readers to the blog, especially those who are new to UIC this fall.  In the coming months it will be vital to have members who are informed and involved as we negotiate our new contract.  As you may Read More →

First Bargaining Session of the New Academic Year!

All UIC graduate employees are urged to attend the first bargaining session of the academic year between GEO and the university administration. Our contract expired on Aug. 16. That means frozen wages and the possibility of higher fees and rising health care costs. We need to push for a settlement to negotiations and a fair Read More →

Report from 8th Bargaining Session

Yesterday, the GEO met with the university administration for our eighth bargaining session. Much of our time was spent discussing matters pertaining to our grievance procedure (Article XXII) and the procedures for discipline and dismissal (Article XXI). Though we did not reach any formal agreements during the session, we will likely formally agree on the Read More →

Fifth Bargaining Session with the University: Wednesday, July 11th, 2 p.m.

When: Wednesday, July 11th, 2 p.m. Where: Room 713, Student Center East This session, we’re continuing the discussion of letters of appointment, including the problem of late appointments (which is rampant in certain departments) as well as notification of GA taxation. Have you consistently received late letters of appointment from your department or know colleagues Read More →

Fourth Bargaining Session with the University, Thursday, July 5th at 2 p.m.!

When: Thursday, July 5th, 2 p.m. Where: Room 610 of Student Center East At this meeting, we will consider questions of special importance to Graduate Assistants: the notice of GA taxation and the taxation of GA tuition waivers according to IRS laws. While all UIC graduate students are welcome to attend, Graduate Assistants are especially Read More →

Welcome to the 2012 Contract Campaign

Dear colleagues, Thanks for tuning in to this, our first weblog entry for the 2012 GEO contract campaign. As you know, the GEO is currently negotiating a new labor agreement for GAs and TAs at UIC. To kick off the campaign blog, I want to take some time to detail the platform from which the Read More →

UIC GEO Stands in Solidarity with SEIU Local 73!

June 1, 2012 The University of Illinois at Chicago Graduate Employees Organization (UIC GEO, IFT/AFT Local 6297, AFL-CIO), the union of 1400 Teaching and Graduate Assistants at UIC, supports SEIU Local 73 and its efforts to attain a fair contract in recognition of the important work its members do at the university. The UIC administration Read More →

2nd Bargaining Session with the University on Wednesday, June 6th!

With such a successful showing at our first bargaining session with the university, let’s keep the momentum going for our second session! Come see and be a part of the bargaining process, and all members have a right to vote in the caucus! Join us and invite your friends! When: Wednesday, June 6th at 1:00 Read More →

What to Expect in Bargaining

What to Expect in Bargaining! All GEO members are welcome and encouraged to attend bargaining sessions with the university. Not only is it great to learn about how exactly bargaining functions, but it’s also helpful to know what we as a union are asking for and how the university will respond. So come and join Read More →

First Bargaining Session With the University: May 16th!

The University has finally responded to our demand to bargain by setting a date for the first bargaining session: Wednesday, May 16 at 1:00 pm in the Prairie and White Oak Rooms of Student Center East. All GEO members are encouraged to attend. Please join us, even if you can only make it for part Read More →

Governor Quinn’s Pension Plan and What to Do About It

While currently most GEO members do not pay into the state pension plan, it’s certainly possible that at some point in the near future members may find themselves part of the state system and will be adversely affected by Governor Quinn’s plan if it goes into effect.  With this plan, an increase in employee contribution, Read More →

Help Graduate Students United at the University of Chicago Fight for their Right to Unionize!

As you probably know, graduate students at private universities are not currently allowed to unionize, and Graduate Students United at the University of Chicago have been waging a campaign against the National Labor Relation Board’s (NLRB) 2005 Brown ruling in solidarity with New York University’s GSOC, asking the NLRB to reverse the 2005 ruling. The Read More →

GEO Endorses Ken Thomas for Student Trustee

The UIC-GEO steering committee has voted to endorse Ken Thomas in the upcoming student trustee election.  Ken has demonstrated a willingess to listen to the needs of graduate employees at UIC and has worked together with GEO members to help advance those interests.  For example:  Ken agreed to set up a separate town hall meeting Read More →

Updated Information Regarding GA Taxation

Updated Information Regarding Changes in GA Tuition Waiver Taxation   A university-wide email went out this week from University Payroll regarding the rate of taxation on tuition waivers for Graduate Assistants.  Rather than the tuition waiver being taxed at a federal rate of 25%, the amount of federal tax for GAs will be based on Read More →

Welcome Back/What’s Coming in Spring 2012 for the GEO

Welcome back to the Spring 2012 semester!  It’s sure to be an exciting one as the GEO heads into a contract campaign, meaning we’ll be going back to the bargaining table to bargain a new contract with the administration.  In order to have a successful contract campaign, it’s vital to have as many members as Read More →

Join the Contract Campaign!

As we continue into next semester, GEO will continue its work heading towards the bargaining table in the spring.  The contract expires in August of 2012 and, as a result, GEO will be bargaining a new contract with the university and the Board of Trustees.  There are plenty of ways to get involved: –Beginning in Read More →

Grad Labor Counts! Petition for Private University Graduate Employees’ Right to Collectively Bargain

Since April 2010, New York University and the Graduate Student Organizing Committee/United Auto Workers have been waiting for a decision from the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) on whether or not graduate employees at a private university will have the right to collectively bargain with their employer.  Currently, Graduate Students United at the University of Read More →

Sign the petition to reinstate tax-exempt status for graduate stipends

Due to taxation of their stipends, graduate students often lose out on hundreds of dollars per year.  Until the Tax Reform Act of 1986 these stipends were tax-exempt. Please see this petition below, calling on the Obama Administration to return stipends to their tax-exempt status. The petition requires you to create a whitehouse.gov account in Read More →

Nov 17th National Day of Labor Action with Occupy Wall Street!

Occupy Wall Street has put out a call for labor unions across the country to join in solidarity with the Occupy movement on Thursday, November 17th.  With unemployment rates remaining high, this national day of action will call for solidarity amongst the Occupy movements across the United States as we demand jobs, not cuts!  Join Read More →

Learn more about your GEO Contract!

September 12th:  Know Your Contract (Lecture Center A6), 5-7 p.m. Are you wondering what the GEO contract covers and what your rights as a graduate employee are under the contract?  Come learn about how you are protected and how the contract affects things like workload, sick pay, and other aspects of your employment.  Be informed Read More →

GEO, USG, GSC Joint Letter Regarding CampusCare

Click Here to read the letter.

UIC-GEO Supports Wisconsin Public Workers

February 21, 2011 To Whom It May Concern: As the many thousands of protesters in Madison, and around Wisconsin, the United States, and the world have been demonstrating for days, the bill currently up for consideration by the Wisconsin State Senate known as the “Budget Repair Bill” is not genuinely directed at repairing the state Read More →

International Graduate Employee Rights

International graduate employees have the right to participate in their union, and have the right to all legal forms of speech and association. The university may not retaliate against international students for participation in union activities, and union participation may not be used as a consideration when reviewing your visa application. Please see the attached Read More →

Get Paid on Time–Check NESSIE Today

The first pay day of the Fall semester is Thursday, September 16. To make sure that you will be paid on time, please check your NESSIE earnings statement immediately. You can access NESSIE at http://nessie.uihr.uillinois.edu. If your September 16 paycheck does not appear in NESSIE today, please contact your department payroll administrator IMMEDIATELY to track Read More →

SEIU Local 73 Responds to Chancellor’s Email

Response to Chancellor Allen-Meares Statement on Negotiations By Joe Iosbaker, Chief Steward, UIC Clerical Unit, SEIU Local 73 On August 10th, the Chancellor sent a letter to every employee and student at UIC. While we won’t have the opportunity to get our response to every student and non-union employee, our members and supporters need to Read More →

UIC-GEO Supports SEIU Workers Considering Going On Strike

SEIU Local 73 workers at UIC filed an intent to strike notice on Friday, August 6 after a year of contract negotiation. Below is a letter of support UIC-GEO leadership sent to SEIU workers to show our solidarity with them. To SEIU Local 73 Workers: The UIC GEO would like to offer our full support Read More →

GEO reaches agreement securing tuition waivers

After a marathon thirteen hour mediation session with the university’s bargaining team yesterday, the GEO bargaining team emerged with an agreement that will protect tuition waivers, increase job security, and made important gains on minimum stipends and the university contribution to health insurance. Because of your organizing, emails, letters of support, and attendance at Monday’s Read More →

Video of GEO mediation rally

Courtesy of www.laborbeat.org: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NrY9AtXLsqI

GEO Update & FAQ About Your Right to Strike

1. GEO Calendar 2. I’m in a hurry. What do I need to know? 3. RESULTS OF BARGAINING SIDE-BAR 4. YOUR RIGHT TO STRIKE   1. Calendar TODAY, April 1, 5:00 PM: GEO EMERGENCY STRIKE MEETING, room 302 SCE.TODAY AND TOMORROW, April 1-2: Online Voting. Details forthcoming.MONDAY, April 5, 8:00 AM: GEO TUITION WAIVER AND Read More →

GEO Responds to UIC Email

You may have seen the email this morning from John Loya, Vice Chancellor for Human Resources and R. Michael Tanner, Provost and Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs, regarding contract negotiations between the GEO and the UIC administration. We are writing to clarify some of their points. Through the use of federal mediation, the union and Read More →

Why Are We Considering Striking Over Tuition Waivers and Differentials?

We’ve been asked a lot why it is so important to secure tuition waivers and put an end to increasing tuition differentials in our contract now. The reason is simple: if we don’t secure these things in the contract now, we will not have the ability to protect GEO members from any attempts to cut Read More →

GEO Establishes $50,000 Strike Fund

THE GRADUATE EMPLOYEES ORGANIZATION HAS ESTABLISHED A $50,000 STRIKE FUND TO AID STRIKING GRADUATE EMPLOYEES. The GEO has set aside this significant amount of money in order to provide financial security for graduate employees in the event of a strike. Any card-signing member of the GEO would be eligible to benefit from the Strike Fund Read More →

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