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Offered by National Institute for Labor Relations Research
The William B. Ruggles Journalism Scholarship celebrates the legacy of a Texas journalist who championed the “Right to Work” movement. Each year, a deserving student is awarded $2,000 for embodying Mr. Ruggles’ commitment to journalistic excellence and principled reporting. To apply, submit evidence of your potential for success in a journalism program by submitting a letter of acceptance or a recent transcript, and showcase your journalistic skills by submitting your own journalistic works, including those on social media or elsewhere. To apply, submit an essay demonstrating your understanding of voluntary unionism and the problems of compulsory unionism. Join the National Institute for Labor Relations Research in honoring Mr. Ruggles’ legacy and furthering the future of journalism.
The National Institute for Labor Relations Research is dedicated to exposing human civil rights violations brought about by compulsory unionism.
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