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Solidarity at the Border

The President has shut down the federal government and endangered the lives of thousands of families because of a made-up border security crisis. Meanwhile, a very real humanitarian crisis unfolds at the border. Through the Miguel Contreras Foundation, our 501(c)(3) nonprofit, and our Labor Community Services, the LA Fed has reached out in solidarity to organizations […]

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A Bright Future for Los Angeles Requires Organizing More Black Public Sector Union Workers

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How You Can Support Our LAUSD Teachers and Kids

On January 14, one of the most important labor actions of the decade will begin as more than 30,000 educators in LAUSD go on strike for smaller class sizes, more nurses and counselors, a fair wage, and accountability for charter schools. UTLA and its members are committed to improving learning conditions for our kids. We […]

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We Got Arrested for Making History – Please Stand With Us Now

Click here to chip in and help cover the fines our Sisters and Brothers must now pay for civil disobedience in defense of workers’ and immigrants’ rights. Port drivers and warehouse workers face daily wage theft, retaliation, and exploitation on the job. The majority are Latino immigrants, many of whom got their work permits and […]

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Time to Roll Up Our Sleeves

The power of the Resistance is the strength we show on Election Day. Sign up: bit.ly/ivoteunion Between now and November 6th, every call made, door knocked and conversation with your neighbors, friends, and #UnionStrong Sisters and Brothers counts! Join us Saturdays and Sundays in El Monte, Palmdale, or Santa Clarita. El Monte – 3131 Santa […]

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Labor Resilience – 100 Strong

Neighbors rising to the occasion make up 90% of rescues. Organized communities respond faster and recover sooner—and no one’s organized like organized labor. That’s why the LA Fed has formed a partnership with the American Red Cross to inventory labor’s skills and resources and train 100 union members by the end of 2018. Want to […]

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Standing with Students, Parents & UTLA Strike-Ready Teachers

With 1 voice representatives for 800,000 workers from 300 local unions in the LA County Federation of Labor unanimously voted to sanction a potential strike by Los Angeles Unified School District teachers represented by United Teachers Los Angeles. Votes were cast and counted on October 4, 2018. UTLA is taking collective action to invest in students, reduce […]

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4.5 Weeks Left

With 32 days left until Election Day, now’s the time to roll up our sleeves and elect Katie Hill. The working families of the 25th Congressional District deserve a champion in the House of Representatives. Let’s show the haters what it means to be #UnionStrong at the ballot box! Volunteer shifts are available every weekend, […]

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Continuing Our Fight For TPS Workers

Our Sister and Brother Teamsters joined their 3-day #PortStrike fight over an independent contractor labor dispute with the fight for TPS immigrant workers who are set to lose their ability to work and protection from deportation because of the White House’s decision to end the Temporary Protected Status (TPS) program. Members from dozens of unions […]

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Fighting a Billion Dollar Corporation and Winning!

There are 357 Rite Aid stores across Southern California. The 5,900 men and women who work at them chose to form a strong union with UFCW. And they also chose to fight for fair wages, continuous healthcare coverage for workers and retirees, and consistent scheduling so no one’s hours would be cut, or lose the […]

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