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Taking on billion dollar ride-hail companies to win better pay and improve working conditions is a big challenge we can only win by working together. We have a lot of work ahead of us, but here are a few examples where for-hire vehicle workers united to win.

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After years of pay cuts, drivers need tips more than ever but Uber and other companies refused to add a tipping option to the app. The IDG won a law requiring a tipping option in New York City, Uber’s largest market. Soon thereafter Uber finally added a tipping option across the U.S.

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Luxury vehicle drivers cannot make ends meet with lower-fare UberPOOL rides, but the threat of deactivation forced drivers into taking POOL requests. The IDG called on Uber to allow luxury vehicles to opt out of UberPOOL and take only rides that allow them to make a living.

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+Harris E. Kaasa (1977/78) Veli-Matti Kärkkäinen (1997/98) +Ivan J. Kauffman (Spring 2009, 2010/11) +Patricia Wilson Kastner (Summer 1975) R. David Kaylor (1984/85) John Keenan (Fall 2011) George H. Kehm (Fall 1982) +Rosanne E. Keller (Fall 2003) +Walter E. Keller (1979/80) Gerard P. Kelly (Spring 2000) Karen M. Kennelly, CSJ (Spring 1988) Flora A. Keshgegian (1998/99) Micah Kiel (Fall 2015) Robert H. King (1997/98) Charles E. Kinzie (1972/73) James E. Kirby (Summer 1974) Robert (Bob) Kitchen (Spring 2014, Spring 2018)) Peter L. Kjeseth (1979/80) Donald S. Klinefelter (Summer 1974, 1978, 1991/92, Spring 2002) Elsabé C. Kloppers (Fall 1994) Paulachan Kochappilly, CMI (Spring 2013) Hilda Koster (Fall 2016) +Conrad Kraus (Spring 2009) Dewey W. Kramer (2003/04) Victor A. Kramer (2003/04) +Eugene C. Kreider (Fall 1980) Jennifer Kryszak (2014/15) Joshua Kudadjie (1979/80) +Catherine M. LaCugna (1985/86) Nadia M. Lahutsky (1991/92) +William L. Lane (1981/82) Sarah Lane Cawte (Fall 2016) Armand Larive (Fall 2009) John E. Lawyer, Jr. (1984/85) Clint C. Le Bruyns (Fall 2002) Bo Karen Lee (Spring 2011) Raymond M. Lee (1974/75) John K. Leonard (Fall 2004) Heng Li (Spring 1989) Richard M. Liddy (Spring 2002) Elizabeth Liebert, SNJM(Fall 2013) Delrio A. Ligons-Berry (1997/98) +George A. Lindbeck (1971/72) Violette Lindbeck (1971/72) +G. Daniel Little (Fall 1983) Reid B. Locklin (2001/02, Spring 2018) Ann M. LoPrieno (2000/01) Johannes A. Loubser (Spring 2000) Helene A. Lutz (1998/99) Richard C. Lux (Fall 2005) Elaine C. MacMillan (2008/09) Shawn M. Madigan, CSJ (1992/93) Carmen Maier (2010/11) James T. Maier (1977/78) Benjamin R. Mariante (1973/74) Molly T. Marshall (Fall 2000) Charlotte J. Martin (1990/91, 2005/06, 2013/14) Claire R. Mathews McGinnis (1996/97) Shelly A. Matthews (2004/05, Spring 2015) Barb Matz (Fall 2013) David S. Matz (Fall 2004, Fall 2011) Lauren Matz (Fall 2011) +Donald M. Mauck (Fall 1982) +Samuel J. D. McCay (Fall 1985) Gerald R. McDermott (2002/03) Sally McGill (Spring 2006, Spring 2013) Bernard J. McGinn (1992/93) Michael N. McGregor (Fall 2011) Brendan McInerny (2016/17) Steve McKelvey (Fall 2013) Megan A. McKenna (1998/99) Barbara McLaughlin (Spring 2013) Sharon L. McMillan, SND (Fall 2001) Cynthia McRae (Fall 2009) Martha G. Meek (Spring 1996, 2004/05) Douglas M. Meeks (Spring 1982) +John A. Melloh, SM (Fall 1986) Mersha Mengistie (Fall 2012) Linda A. Mercadante (1991/92, 1998/99) Jane E. Merdinger (1991/92) John C. Merkle (1976/77, Summer 1977) +Justine M. Merritt (Fall 1985, Spring 1986, 1987/88) Gerald C. Mertens (1975/76) Edward C. Meyer (1985/86) Najeeb Michaeel, OP (Spring 2013) +Robert S. Michaelsen (Fall 1982) +John T. Middaugh (1970/71) Glen E. Miller (Fall 2011) Bonnie Miller-McLemore (Fall 2014) Diane M. Millis (1996/97) +Paul S. Minear (1969/70) +John S. Mogabgab (1980/81) Paul B. Mojzes (1978/79) Keikanetswe E. Monyai (Fall 1986) Benita A. Moore (1998/99) Vance Morgan (Spring 2009) John F. Morley (Spring 2004) Merrill P. Morse (Spring 1986) Sue Mosteller (Spring 2012) +Alton M. Motter (1973/74) Terry C. Muck (1996/97) David L. Mueller (Spring 1989) Isaiah W. Muita (Spring 1995) +M. Robert Mulholland, Jr. (Spring 1985) +William E. Murnion (1974/75) Gregory Myers (Fall 2015) Malcolm J. Nazareth (1998/99) Carol Leigh Neel (1992/93, 2007/08) +Harry A. Nielsen (1977/78, Fall 1984) Weldon D. Nisly (Spring 2001, Spring 2010, Spring 2015) Susan Noakes (2009/10) Kathleen A. Norris (1991/92, 1993/94, Fall 2011) Dawn Nothwehr (2013/14) +Henri J. M. Nouwen (Fall 1976) Richard W. Nysse (1991/92) Valerian Odermann, OSB (Spring 2008) +James O’Gara (1984/85) +Margaret O’Gara (1982/83, 1992/93, 2006/07)Guillermo F. Ogilvie (Spring 1992) Enoch H. Oglesby (Spring 1985) Mary Louise O’Hara, CSJ (1986/87) J. Michael O’Hare (Summer 1975)James Okoye (2010/11) Mark W. Oldenburg (1994/95) Glenn W. Olsen (1978/79) +Shaun O’Meara, OSB (Spring 1985) Louis B. Ortmayer (Summer 1976) Joseph Osei-Bonsu (1987/88) Steven T. Ostovich (Fall 2000, Fall 2007)

John Painter (Fall 1996) Nerys Parry (2009/10) Garrett E. Paul (2003/04) Parker J. Palmer (1980/81) +John Jerry-Anthony Parente (1999/00) Jenell Paris (Fall 2013) +Anne E. Patrick, SNJM (1989/90) Elizabeth L. Patterson (Fall 1995) +Webster Patterson (1977/78) Mary Margaret Pazdan, OP (Spring 2001) Natalia Pecherskaya (Fall 2008, Fall 2015) Ann Milliken Pederson (1996/97) Richard J. Penaskovic (Spring 2001) +Mary Emil Penet, IHM (1984/85) +Carl J. Peter (Summer 1974) Loretta Phelps de Cordova (Spring 2008) +Paul J. Philibert, OP (1993/94, 2008/09) Mel W. Piehl (1986/87) Carmel Pilcher, RSJ (Spring 2006, Spring 2007) Linda Fischer Pittman (Spring 1987, Fall 1988) George V. Pixley (Summer 1973) +William C. Placher (Fall 2008 – Writer-in-Residence) John S. Pobee (1974/75) +Frank R. Podgorski (1987/88) Christine D. Pohl (Fall 1996) Timothy H. Polk (Spring 1988) David Pollick (Summer 1976, 1976/77) M. Jean Porter (1988/89) Carmel Posa, SGS(Spring 2017) James Powers (2011/12) Ann-Marie Priest (Fall 2002) Anton Pritula (Fall 2014) +James H. Provost (1986/87) +Thomas J. Pugh (1975/76) John J. Quinn (1974/75) Rosemary Rader, OSB (Summer 1975) Thomas A. Rand (1997/98) Ernest Ranly, CPPS (2001/02) Thomas P. Rausch, SJ (1994/95) Lallene Rector (Fall 2000) Stephen Reed (2012/13) Martha E. Reeves (1998/99) Sharon J. Reives (2001/02) James L. Resseguie (Spring 1982) Royal W. Rhodes (Spring 2000) Gordon A. Rixon, SJ (2003/04) Vernon K. Robbins (1974/75) J. Deotis Roberts (Fall 1989) Robert C. Roberts (1980/81) Edward A. Robinson (1993/94) Timothy A. Robinson (1990/91) Jay T. Rock (Fall 1996) +Jack B. Rogers (1977/78) John Rollefson (1979/80) Rosetta E. Ross (1999/00) Gedeon J. Rossouw (1992/93) Wolfgang Roth (1973/74) Jeffery W. Rowthorn (Spring 1981, Spring 2011) Rosemary Radford Ruether (Summer 1972) Theodore H. Runyon (1979/80) William Russell (2010/11) Martin F. Saarinen (1978/79) George Saint-Laurent (Fall 1988) Don E. Saliers (1972/73, 1977/78, Fall 1984, Fall 2008) Swaran S. Sandhu (1974/75) John P. Sankovitz (Summer 1975) Gregory J. Santos (Spring 1989, Fall 1990) +Richard L. Scheef (1971/72) Mary H. Schertz (Fall 2000, Fall 2006, Spring 2014) Gerald Schlabach (2013/14) Dale M. Schlitt, OMI (1982/83) Joachim Schmidt (1970/71) Miriam Schmitt, OSB (Spring 1985) Carolyn Schneider (Fall 2011) Sandra M. Schneiders, IHM (Spring 2005) David G. Schultenover, SJ (1999/00) Charles H. H. Scobie (1983/84) Thomas Schönberg (Fall 2013) Mark Schwen (2005/06, 2014/15) +Kevin R.Seasoltz, OSB (1973/74) Wilfred A. Sebothoma (1992/93) Timothy Sedgwick (Spring 2014) Thomas Kaehao Seung (1970/71) Quanyu Shang (2002/03) Michael H. Shank (1986/87) Edward S. Shapiro (Summer 1975) William M. Shea (Spring 1998) Patrick J. Sherry (Fall 1987) Shirley Showalter (Fall 2016) Anthony Siegrist (Spring 2015) Geoffrey Simmins (Fall 1998) Ernest Simmons (Spring 2018) John H. Sinclair (Spring 1984) Lawrence Sinclair (1969/70) Susan Sink (2005/06) Charles L. Skoro (1991/92) Gerard S. Sloyan (1990/91) Michael Slusser (Fall 2010) +Lewis B. Smedes (Fall 1983) Joanmarie C. Smith, CSJ (1987/88) Robert V. Smith (Spring 1974, Fall 1989) Susan M. Smith (Spring 2007) Dave Smoker (2017/18) +Donald J. Sneen (1974/75) Ky-Chun So (Spring 2005) +Robert L. Spaeth (1973/74, Fall 1988) Russell P. Spittler (1991/92) Paul R. Sponheim (1996/97) Karyn Z. Sproles (1990/91) Clyde J. Steckel (Spring 1982) Daniel B. Stevick (1969/70) Jerry Stewardson (Summer 1975) Fiona Stewart-Darling (Fall 2014) Ann Marie Stock (Fall 2005, 2006/07) +Augustine R. Stock, OSB (1990/91) Theodore A. Stoneberg (Spring 1994) +Herman G. Steumpfle, Jr. (Summer 1975) Eleonore A. Stump (Fall 2002) Ann Svennungsen (2010/11) +Arlene Anderson Swidler (1968/69) Leonard Swidler (1968/69) Toshihiro (Toppo) Takamura (2017/18) Robert C. Tannehill (1994/95) Marvin E. Tate (Spring 1974) +Richard W. Taylor (1972/73) +Arthur L. Teikmanis (Summer 1976) +Terry J. Tekippe (1976/77) Laura Thelander (Fall 2012) +Edward E. Thornton (Spring 1985) Krista Tippett (1995) David W. Tracy (Summer 1976) +Dorothy Tredennick (Fall 1983) Oliver L. Trimiew (1998/99) František Trstenský (2013/14)

Anthony J. Ugolnik (1982/83) P. Linwood Urban (Fall 1986) M. William Ury (1988/89) Andries G. van Aarde (1992/93) Mary van Balen (2008/09) Robert L. VanDale (Spring 1981) +George Vandervelde (1987/88) Roelf van Niekerk (Fall 1995) Susan VanZanten (Fall 2014) J. Michael Vertin (Spring 1982, 1992/93) Dwight W. Vogel (1972/73, 1997/98) +Linda J. Vogel (1972/73, 1997/98) +Carl A. Volz (1994/95) +J. Michael Walker (Summer 1975) Benjamin Wall (Spring 2012) Robert W. Wall (1985/86) Keping Wang (1992/93) Jenifer K. Ward (1999/00) F. Ellen Weaver-Laporte (Summer 1974) Brett P. Webb-Mitchell (1999/00) Leonard Weber (Spring 1979) Harry L. Wells (2003/04) Ellis M. West (1976/77) Gene J. Wilhelm (1993/94) +J. Rodman Williams (1971/72) Kimberly A. Willis (2000/01) +Robert E. Willis (Summer 1974, 1977/78, Fall 1984) David W. Wills (1972/73) Susan M. Windley-Daoust (Spring 1995) Dietmar W. Winkler (Spring 2000) James W. Woelfel (Summer 1976) Susan K. Wood, SCL (1998/99) Thomas F. Woods (1989/90) +Irma M. Wyman (1991/92) +J. C. Wynn (Fall 1980) Susan Yanos (Spring 2015) Wendy W. Young (1997/98) Charlotte A. Zalot, OSB (Spring 2002) Wei Zhang (1995/96) Martin Zikmund (Spring 2006)

+ indicates deceased

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