SEIU 721 Nurse Leadership Conference

Nurse Leaders from across the LA County Health Division gathered for a SEIU 721 Nurse Leadership conference on March 29. The theme was inspired by the Gandhi quote, "Be the Change You Want to See In The World."The conference gave the nurses a sense of how important it is to be connected to each Read More...

Superior Court Workers Get Ready for Action

On March 22, Superior Court Workers held a general membership meeting to focus on statewide court funding issues and the LA County Superior Court's reconstruction plan.Members attended from LA County, Children's Law Read More...

Fix LA Exposes the Truth About Wall Street

The Fix LA Coalition is still taking over the airwaves. On April 1, SEIU Local 721 Research Analyst Lisa Cody appeared on KPFK's Uprising Radio program to talk about Fix LA's recently-released report showing that Wall Street is charging the City of LA more than $200 million in Read More...

LA/OC Cities Stewards Council Update – March 2014

LA City Civil Engineer Kesavan Korand wrote this summary of the recent LA/OC Cities Stewards' and Leaders' Council Meeting held on March 19.Next Stewards' and Leaders' Council Meeting: Wednesday, April 16 5:00 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. SEIU 721 Headquarters 1545 Wilshire Blvd. Read More...

Honoring Inland Area Social Workers

March is National Social Worker Appreciation Month and this year's theme is "All People Matter." All through the month, SEIU 721 celebrated the hard work that social workers perform for our Read More...

The Voting Rights Act and City Council Elections

Currently, several large cities in California are facing political and legal challenges to the way they conduct city council elections. These cities have "at-large" elections meaning that voters cast ballots for the whole city, not by individual districts. Many believe "at-large" voting Read More...

Tri-Counties United in Action

Leaders from across Ventura and Los Angeles County stood together at last night's SEIU 721 Tri-Counties Membership Meeting at UFCW Local 770 in Camarillo. Our message was clear: we're united and we Read More...