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Meeting for SEIU Local 99 Members in LAUSD Food Service Tuesday, November 29 from 3-5pm

By |November 16th, 2022|LAUSD, Member Voices|

Meeting for SEIU Local 99 Members in LAUSD Food Service  Tuesday, November 29, 2022 SEIU Local 99 Office 2724 W 8th St, Los Angeles, 90005 3pm - 5pm Join LAUSD Food Service Workers to discuss what's happening in our cafeterias and food preparation areas. There's something rotten in the kitchen - and we're letting the district [Read more]

Child Care Providers are back in front of Governor Newsom’s office in Downtown LA https://www.childcareforall.org/2022/06/02/child-care-providers-are-back-in-front-of-governor-newsoms-office-in-downtown-la/

By |June 2nd, 2022|Child Care Providers, Media, Member Voices|

On Thursday, June 2, family child care providers marched, picket and broke open an oversized piggy bank piñata in front of Governor Gavin Newsom’s office in Downtown Los Angeles urging him to invest some of California’s historic $97 billion budget surplus on stabilizing the state’s child care workforce.

Legislative Champions: Standing up for Child Care Providers and Working Families A “Thank you” letter to state legislators from Child Care Providers United Members (CCPU)

By |May 24th, 2022|Child Care Providers, Member Voices|

THANK YOU California State Senator Steven Bradford, State Senator Nancy Skinner, State Senator Maria Elena Durazo, State Senator Toni G. Atkins, California State Representative Miguel Santiago, Assemblymember Anthony Rendon, Assemblymember Phil Ting, Assemblymember Isaac G. Bryan, and Assemblywoman Mia Bonta

A Day Without Child Care: A National Day of Action

By |May 9th, 2022|Child Care Providers, Get Informed, Media, Member Voices|

On Monday, May 9th, child care providers, parents, and families across the country hosted A Day Without Child Care: A National Day of Action. For generations, child care providers have been fighting for equitable access to affordable child care and better pay and working conditions for providers but their needs are still not being met.

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