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Take Action for Immigrant Women Essential Workers

By |March 6th, 2021|All Bargaining Units, People-Powered Politics|

In honor of Women's History Month in March, we're celebrating the immigrant women essential workers who are making invaluable sacrifices and contributions to our communities on the frontlines of the Covid-19 crisis. Essential workers, many of whom are undocumented immigrants and women, are risking their lives during this deadly pandemic to care for our communities, [Read more]

COVID-19 Vaccine Now Available To All Education Workers

By |March 1st, 2021|All Bargaining Units|

GOOD NEWS! All workers in the education sector, including classified school employees, community college workers, day care and family child care providers, can begin receiving their COVID-19 vaccination starting  March 1. This is a big step to begin the process for a safe return to in-person classes and to ensure the health and safety of [Read more]

Take Action: State Legislators are about to vote on funding for re-opening of schools for in-person instruction

By |February 23rd, 2021|All Bargaining Units, People-Powered Politics|

As we move forward toward the reopening of schools for in-person instruction, we need state legislators to ensure a safe and equitable reopening for all students and education workers. In the coming days, they'll be taking a vote on the budget. Take action by sending legislators an email today. It's easy. Just click here. Tell them [Read more]

Jan. 26 Regional Membership Meeting on Zoom – View the Full Recording

By |January 29th, 2021|All Bargaining Units, Union Business|

For those who missed it, this is the complete recording of the Regional Membership Meeting that took place on Zoom on Jan. 26, 2021. This meeting featured a presentation and Q & A on the COVID-19 vaccine from Drs. Lorenzo Gonzalez and Amber Lara from the Harbor UCLA Medical Center.

Got Questions About the COVID-19 Vaccines? We’ve Got Answers

By |January 12th, 2021|All Bargaining Units|

COVID-19 is preventable and treatable, but only if we ensure working people are informed and protected. We must continue practicing basic wellness like frequent handwashing and staying home if we’re sick can help reduce the spread of COVID-19. Now that there are vaccines available, you may have questions and concerns about its safety and effectiveness. [Read more]

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