Sisters and Brothers – This week has been bittersweet. We won Proposition JJJ for good jobs and affordable housing, Proposition 55 for a quality education for our kids, Measure M for a bigger, better transit system and Janice Hahn and Kathryn Barger for County Supervisor. But, we came up short in the big one. As […]
We’re burning the midnight oil, and we need your help this weekend to Get-Out-The-Vote!
We have big decisions to make on Tuesday, November 8, not the least of which is Proposition JJJ. A YES vote means better jobs and more affordable housing in the City of Los Angeles. Here are three things you can do to make your voice heard:
SAG-AFTRA members tried for more than 19 months to negotiate a new deal with employers in the video game industry. Meanwhile, performers have been governed by the more than two-decade old contract still in place. That has left voice actors without the protections necessary to work in the modern video game industry.
Port drivers and warehouse workers from Cal Cartage and Intermodal Bridge Transport, who move cargo for Target, Michael Kors, and the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) demand an end to wage theft and misclassification at the Ports of Long Beach and Los Angeles.
It’s that time. We’re nearing the final countdown to talk to voters before Election Day. From here on out, every day, hour, and minute matters!
The LA Fed supports progressive leaders and initiatives that address the urgent concerns of our community. Here, you will find the candidates and ballot measures that are the best choices for working people: http://thelafed.org/voter-guide/.
It’s time to build a better Los Angeles through Prop. JJJ, Prop. HHH, Prop. 55, and Measure M. It’s time to support leaders who will lift up the voices of working families by electing Janice Hahn and Kathryn Barger for LA County Board of Supervisors and Hillary Clinton for President.
Today, we graduated our inaugural class of 20 formerly incarcerated individuals from our newly launched Los Angeles Reentry Workforce Collaborative. Now that the graduates have completed this 12-week program, they will be placed in union apprenticeships to not only have jobs, but real and lasting careers.
Last weekend, over 300 workers throughout Los Angeles County traveled to Las Vegas to precinct walk for Hillary Clinton. One day before Nevada’s early voting began, we helped the Nevada Labor Program reach its goal of knocking on 200,000 doors!