MED ADV for Mon., Aug. 26, 2019 – Uber and Lyft Drivers to Kick Off Historic 3-Day Motor Pilgrimage from from LA to Sacramento in Support of AB 5 and a Pathway to Unionize

Hundreds of Uber and Lyft drivers to pay homage to California’s historic labor fight with a journey through the Grapevine, stopping in the heart of the Farmworkers movement in Delano and Fresno on Day 1 before moving on to the Bay Area and the Capitol; Drivers are calling for the passage of Assembly Bill 5, which would end employee misclassification by Silicon Valley giants, and for the right to form a democratic, driver-led union.



Media Advisory for Wed., June 19, 2019 — Uber and Lyft Drivers to Hold ‘Drivers Speak for Ourselves’ Press Conference Denouncing Companies’ Scare Tactics and Misleading Anti-Worker Petitions; Reiterate Drivers’ Call for $30/Hr Livable Wage and Worker Rights

Last week, both Uber and Lyft attempted to pressure drivers by using empty promises and scare tactics into opposing Assembly Bill 5, legislation that would expand rights and protections for drivers in California through mass emails and in-app push notifications. The petition language threatens drivers with less flexibility should the legislation pass.


Media Availability for Tuesday, June 18, 2019 – CITY OF OXNARD FRONTLINE WORKERS DEMAND ‘NO CUTS, NO LAYOFFS’ TO VITAL CULTURAL ARTS PROGRAMS WHICH WILL PUT THE COMMUNITY AT RISK

City of Oxnard frontline workers are coming out to say no to cuts that will eliminate or weaken vital cultural arts programs like the Carnegie Art Museum, the Performing Arts Center, the library in La Colonia and La Colonia Boxing Gym. These important programs serve the most vulnerable residents in our community.


Media Advisory for Wed., June 5, 2019 – Hundreds to Flood Oxnard City Council Meeting on Proposed City Budget; Residents, Community Leaders, and Public Employees to Call on Council to Save Oxnard’s Arts, Libraries, and Jobs

The spending plan, which proposes cutting over $6 million from cultural programming and public works, will shutter several of the city’s cultural landmarks, scale back community programming, and layoff nearly 30 City employees. The proposed cuts come after years of financial mismanagement by City leaders, who now aim to right the ship by cutting programs and services Oxnard residents depend on.




Media Advisory for Tues., May 14, 2019 – L.A. City Recreation and Parks Lifeguards Sound the Alarm on Negligence After 20+ Lifeguards Break Out in Rashes from Bacterial Infections After Swimming in City Park Lake; Union Representing Lifeguards Files Grievance

LA City lifeguards and San Fernando Valley community leaders are coming together to condemn the Los Angeles City Department of Recreation and Parks for turning a blind-eye to lifeguard’s concerns over the water quality at the Hansen Dam Aquatic Center.