Latino Caucus Celebrates Latino Heritage Month

Join SEIU 721 members for a special evening to recognize community leaders and honor elected officials who stand with workers at the Latino Caucus' "An Evening Under the Stars" celebration on September 20, 2014.Guest Read More...

Show Your Union Pride on Labor Day

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 Read More...

David Green Re-elected to LACERA Board

On August 7, 2014 David Green was re-elected to the LACERA Board.  He won by capturing nearly 80% of the vote! We are thrilled to have him represent us again.He is excited to do the work and understands the Read More...

Child Safety Has No Border

I am a children's social worker and have several years of emergency response experience for the Los Angeles County Department of Children and Family Services. Our American values of justice and compassion ought to Read More...

Tapping into Compassion

(Photo Credit: Reuters) Protesters in Murrieta, California are intimidating and scaring children fleeing violence in Central America.  That's why SEIU locals in California are launching a week of action. We want to bring attention to this humanitarian crisis. We must put Read More...

721 and LA County DHS Host a Virtual Town Hall

SEIU Local 721 in partnership with the Los Angeles County Department of Health Services presents a Virtual Town Hall Friday, July 1812 pm - 1 pmClick here for locationsWe will:Discuss how our partnership is critical to transforming our healthcare delivery system Read More...

Vote For David Green for LACERA Board

David Green has been an L.A. County Children's Social Worker for more than 13 years.  He needs your vote for his re-election to the Los Angeles County Employees Retirement Association (LACERA) Board of Investments.He has been endorsed by SEIU, AFSCME, CAPE and most of the members of the County Read More...