In recognition of Labor Day, SEIU members in Southern California and across the country are mobilizing their communities to restore fairness to our economy and rebuild our communities.
Come to a Labor Day event in your area, bring your families and wear purple!
Los Angeles Area
Labor Solidarity Parade
Monday, Sept. 1, 9 a.m.
510 Broad Ave. (corner of Broad and E St.)
Sponsored by the LA/LB Harbor Labor Coalition
The march will end with a rally in Banning Park. Free food and music provided.
Ventura County Area
10th Annual Santa Paula Labor Day Parade on Monday, Sept. 1, 9 a.m.
900 Santa Barbara St.
Meet at the Farmworkers Monument, corner of Santa Barbara St. and 9th St.Light breakfast provided. Please RSVP at (805) 650-4420
SEIU 721 Tri-Counties members will also participate in Labor Day picnics in Ventura and in Santa Barbara.
Download the Santa Paula Labor Day Parade flyer.
Working to Restore Fairness to Our Economy
Right now, SEIU 721 LA City members along with the Fix LA Coalition are earning the support of their sisters and brothers in community groups and other workers all around the country to hold accountable the giant Wall Street banks that are robbing the city of revenue just to boost its own profits.
We are all connected by work. As workers, we are constantly under siege. Labor Day is a time to come out and be with our union family to celebrate our accomplishments together. Whether you are in contract negotiations now or will be there soon, all SEIU Local 721 members should stand together and be united. It’s our day. On Labor Day and every day, SEIU 721 members are uniting their communities to win economic justice.