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Injustice Not Tolerated

Last year, SAG-AFTRA successfully organized the first Spanish language radio station in Los Angeles. But since then, management has stalled negotiations and has also taken steps to remove workers who were very vocal during this organizing effort. They refuse to continue bargaining and have taken egregious steps—even going so far as to fire workers under […]

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This Labor Day, Pledge to Create Lasting Change

  By Rusty Hicks, Executive Secretary-Treasurer For many of us, Labor Day marks the end of summer, family vacations, and long days by the pool. While often regarded as a day for one last barbecue, remember what Monday is really about – a time to reflect and celebrate the contributions of hardworking women and men, […]

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This Labor Day, Pledge to Make Lasting Change

For many of us, Labor Day marks the end of summer, family vacations, and long days by the pool. While often regarded as a day for one last barbecue, remember what Monday is really about – a time to reflect and celebrate the contributions of hardworking women and men, who get up every day and […]

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“Our great contract is our biggest win”

I’m Filipino. Nursing is in my culture, in my blood. While I didn’t know it growing up, I was born to be a nurse. I love nearly every minute of it. Now my whole family is in nursing. I am proud to be a nurse. I became a union activist the day I realized my […]

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Hungry for justice

Fifty-thousand grocery workers, represented by the United Food and Commercial Workers Union Local, have reached an agreement with the owners of Ralphs, Vons, and Albertsons.

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When your dream house is more of a fantasy

Young homebuyers looking to settle down in Los Angeles are in for a rude awakening: LA is one of the three least affordable metro areas in America.

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Giving the formerly incarcerated the tools they need—literally

Los Angeles is home to the largest formerly incarcerated population in California, with tens of thousands of individuals released in the County each year.

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