When working class folks fight back against millionaire bosses, they know the deck is stacked against them. That’s especially true of IATSE members who recently took a stand against the powerful and wealthy producers who have been exploiting their labor for profit. Critics who suggest that the recent IATSE tentative agreement is a gradual gain […]Read More
Support Striking Uber/Lyft Drivers on May 8!
In a new op-ed for CalMatters, California Labor Federation Executive Secretary-Treasurer Art Pulaski tells the story of Karim Bayumi, a rideshare driver from Anaheim who will strike with thousands of other drivers on May 8 in California and around the globe. Pulaski: Like so many California families, Karim Bayumi of Anaheim, his wife and two […]Read More
Support Federal Workers!
It’s been almost four weeks since 800,000+ federal employees have been shut out from their jobs without pay because of President Trump’s partial government shutdown.. President Trump has stated he is prepared to let the government shutdown go on for “months or even years” if his border wall is not fully funded. In the meantime, […]Read More
Strike! – Support LA Educators!
LA educators today are standing together with the community to fight for smaller class sizes, more counselors and librarians, fair wages and a quality education for every student in LAUSD. Striking is always a last resort and it takes extraordinary courage to risk everything to do what’s right. That’s exactly what more than 30,000 United […]Read More
Join UTLA for the March for Public Education on Dec. 15!
Los Angeles Unified School District Superintendent Austin Beutner’s austerity agenda is wreaking havoc on students, parents and teachers. It’s time to take to the streets to fight back. UTLA is leading the March for Public Education on Dec. 15 in downtown LA to call for investment in public education that would give students what they […]Read More
Support Striking Marriott Workers!
Unite Here members need our help. For the last month, they’ve been on strike at Marriott-owned hotels in Oakland, San Diego, San Francisco and San Jose, risking everything in their fight for a fair contract. They have been joined by locals in other states, fighting the world’s largest hotel chain to do what’s right. It […]Read More
Support Striking Workers at Marriott!
In California, picket lines are up at Marriott hotels in San Francisco, San Jose, San Diego and Oakland. Other locations included in the strike are Boston, Detroit and Hawaii. The strike comes after months of negotiations by UNITE HERE locals with the massive hotel chain. Contracts have expired, and the company refuses to make meaningful progress on a host of issues including providing jobs that pay a living wage, securing job protection around automation, and workplace safety.Read More
Stand with UTLA Educators!
In an overwhelming show of strength and solidarity, 98% of United Teachers Los Angeles (UTLA) members voted to authorize a strike, should that action become necessary for teachers to get a fair deal from the Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD). The union had a historic turnout for the vote, with more than 82% of the […]Read More
University of California Workers Stand Together to protest UC’s inequality with Statewide Strike May 7th-9th
AFSCME Local 3299 is currently on a three-day strike to fight low wages, and the unequal treatment of women and people of color working at the University of California. Thousands of working people across the UCs took to the streets to rise up against the exploitation and injustices inflicted onto them.Read More
Teamsters on Strike at Vistar Foodservice for Equal Pay & Respect
Teamster warehouse workers and drivers who work at Vistar Foodservice’s distribution facility have been on strike since last week after more than a year of unsuccessful negotiations with the company. The 85 warehouse workers and drivers are members of Teamsters Local 630 in Los Angeles and are calling attention to ongoing pay discrimination against women and other unfair labor practices at Vistar, a division of Performance Food Group.Read More