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Picketers blocked delivery and mail trucks from entering Johnston Gate of Harvard Yard.
Strikers read from printed sheets bearing chants and songs with labor-tinged lyrics.
Members of unions affiliated with other local universities joined Harvard's graduate student union as they picketed in Harvard Yard.
A protester on the Harvard Graduate Students Union-United Automobile Workers picket line holds a sign supporting the strike and key contract measures.
Demonstrators concluded the night protesting a faculty meeting in Emerson Hall. Demonstrators with the union were joined by Harvard affiliates protesting the University's denial of tenure to professor Lorgia García Peña.
Our Harvard Can Do Better member Phoebe H. Suh '22 (center) speaks at a grad union strike rally.
The highly anticipated strike came after over a year of negotiations that failed to yield an agreement.
The demonstrations continued throughout the day as strikers and their supporters circled buildings in Harvard Yard banging on buckets and chanting.
Strike participants and Harvard affiliates made the Philips Brooks House its strike headquarters, preparing signs and coordinating logistics before forming a picket line in Harvard Yard.
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