Hundreds of Housing Activists, Clergy, Community, and Union Members — Including some of the 11,000 City Workers Who Shut Down Los Angeles in August — Will Rally in Echo Park and Demand that LA Take Bold Action to Combat Homelessness Through the Development of Permanent Supportive Housing on City Property
On October 11 at the Old Parker Center Building Site, Hundreds of Housing Activists, Clergy, Community and Labor Groups Will Unveil Proposals and Demands They Have Made to the City for Social and Permanent Housing, Stronger Tenant Protections, Improved Wages and Good Union Jobs So LA Residents Can Live in Dignity and Security.
Social Workers Will Sound the Alarm on Increasingly Dangerous Conditions for Youth in County’s Care with Caseloads as High as 22 Cases Per Social Worker, Far Higher Than the Accepted Rate of 15 to Ensure Child Safety
From the Harbor to the Valley, More than 11,000 City of Los Angeles Workers Represented by SEIU Local 721 Set to Walk Off the Job in First Unfair Labor Practice Strike in More Than 40 Years; Picket Lines to Begin Tuesday, August 8th at Worksites Across Los Angeles
LA County Jail Healthcare Workers Will Tell Federal Judge Dean Pregerson: ‘You Need to Take Another Jail Tour’
“SEIU 721 proudly supports the WGA strike. We are in strong solidarity and we will not cross any picket lines. This is about union solidarity across industries. SEIU 721 – like Unite HERE and the Teamsters, among others – will honor the WGA’s picket lines.”
Union’s Executive Board Entrusts SEIU 721 President David Green to Serve as New Executive Director Effective May 11 and Appoints Schoonover to Special Advisor Position During Transition
Today at 1PM in Los Angeles: Gig drivers from 15 countries to convene in Los Angeles at first International Congress of Gig Workers and to rally at California Supreme Court offices.
“The Money Is Already There – Sacramento Delivered, LA Is Dropping the Ball’’ Says SEIU 721 Pres. David Green, Who Will Join Assemblymember Miguel Santiago and Community Leaders in Objecting to LA Superior Court’s Plan to Make the Public Pay for Mandatory Court Reporter Services
City of Riverside employees represented by SEIU Local 721 voted with an overwhelming 97 percent margin to authorize an unfair labor practice strike that could impact more than 700 workers in essential jobs like wastewater collection, police dispatch, street maintenance, and more.