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No Room for White Supremacists in California

A BIG congratulations to our sisters and brothers in the Southeast who prevented white supremacist groups from putting a measure on the Cudahy ballot that would have bankrupt the city for trying to protect immigrant families. The labor and community coalition knocked on doors, made phone calls, came out to community events, and helped activate […]

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Workers Stand With LA Times Journalists

Workers across Los Angeles stand with the L.A. Times Guild, as journalists voted for a collective voice on the job last week. Best of luck to these workers on this historic moment for the Los Angeles Times newsroom! Votes will be tallied on January 19. #UnionYes

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Happy Holidays From Our Labor Family to Yours!

Sisters and Brothers, On behalf of the Los Angeles County Federation of Labor, AFL-CIO, we wish you a safe, healthy, and happy holiday season and we look forward to the New Year, where we’ll have more battles to win. As we enter 2018, we will have to work even harder to protect our communities and […]

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Make It a Union Friendly Holiday

While we’re anxiously awaiting the start of our holiday break, many families will have to decide whether to buy food, pay rent, or keep the heat on in their homes during the winter nights. For over six decades, Labor Community Services (LCS) and the LA Fed have been assisting our unemployed sisters and brothers with […]

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United Like Never Before

A BIG congratulations to the members of SEIU Local 121RN, who settled on a new contract this week. Workers showed up, spoke up, picketed, and gave the Bargaining Team an overwhelming yes in a strike authorization vote. This victory was made possible because of the dedicated RN’s who took a strong stand for patients and […]

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Pasadena Symphony Musicians Vote to Authorize Strike

Musicians of the Pasadena Symphony voted by an overwhelming majority to authorize a strike, potentially halting concerts during the popular holiday season. Musicians have been without a contract since September of 2015, when their last agreement expired. If no agreement is reached, a walkout could happen as soon as this month, potentially putting over 70 […]

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Honoring Those Who Bring Food to Our Holiday Tables

“From Our Hands to Your Table,” a social media campaign profiling 100 farm workers laboring in a variety of crops under union contracts, reminds Americans about who produces the food that graces their tables this holiday season. Farm workers—from California’s Central Valley, Central Coast and Wine Country to the dairies and vineyards of Oregon and […]

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#UnionStrong

Brothers and Sisters – As you know, in recent days our region has been hit by unprecedented fires. We are proud and thankful for our brave union sisters and brothers who are at the front line of protecting our communities – from firefighters and social workers to law enforcement and the housing authority staff. We […]

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Wishing You a Wonderful Thanksgiving!

Sisters and Brothers – On behalf of the Los Angeles Labor Movement, we wish you a Happy Thanksgiving! Thank you for standing with us and the thousands of working families across Los Angeles County. With the holidays already here, many families will have to decide whether to buy food, pay rent, or keep the heat […]

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No One Gets Left Behind

Sisters and Brothers, A year ago, we wouldn’t have imagined that we would be where we are at today – fighting day in and day out to protect our basic rights and the values our country was built on. But this week showed a silver lining – our endorsed candidates unseated long-time incumbents, which conveys […]

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