Wage Theft Hurts More Than Workers’ Pocketbooks

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When wages get stolen from workers, it hurts more than just their paychecks. A new report shows that wage theft physically and emotionally hurts workers, families and our communities. We need a common sense policy in Los Angeles that stops wage theft and helps build healthy...

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Let the Good Times Roll This Labor Day

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Join the LA Labor movement as we celebrate together during Labor Day weekend! 35th Annual Labor Day Parade Monday, September 1 Parade begins at 10AM, Rally begins at 12PM Broad and E. Street Wilmington, CA 90744 Download Flyer for Labor Day For more information, contact the Labor...

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#GoBigObama

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Our families want to live, work and stay in this country without fear. All workers, regardless of gender, ethnicity, sexual orientation or immigration status, should have the same workplace rights and protections. It's time for President Obama to act. President Obama said he will take...

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Boycott Food 4 Less

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For the latest information, see the UFCW 770 Website. Earlier this summer, grocery workers, represented by UFCW, settled a fair contract with major grocery stores that gives 60,000 workers a decent standard of living. However, one company, Food 4 Less, is refusing to do the...

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Union Carwash in the Eastside

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Highland Car Wash is the first union carwash in the Eastside! The carwash, located in Highland Park is one of 26 union carwashes in Southern California that are giving our neighborhoods a better, cleaner carwash. Location Details Highland Car Wash 5128 N Figueroa Street Los Angeles, CA...

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Children Over Politics

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Seven young activists went on a week-long fast to call attention to the humanitarian crisis in the United States facing women and children fleeing violence in Central America. The LA Labor movement joined in the effort to aid the refugees at the border detention centers by committing to donate...

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Stop Wall Street Bandits

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Wall Street charged over $200 million in bank fees to the City of LA.  Our neighborhoods are paying the heavy price. City services have been cut and over 5,000 jobs have been eliminated since 2008. Join community members and LA’s workers to demand an investigation of corporate rip-offs to...

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Every Week, $26 Million Stolen from LA’s Workers

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LA is fast becoming the “Wage Theft Capitol of the United States.” Every week, employers steal $26 million from workers pockets through minimum wage, break and overtime violations, off-the clock work and illegal paycheck deductions. Tell the LA City Council to address this crisis, by...

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A Deal is a Deal

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The right of collective bargaining is a core value of the labor movement. 1,500 LADWP workers and the LA Labor movement stood shoulder to shoulder at a rally last week in response to attempts by city leadership to break collective bargaining agreements that fund critical training and safety...

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In Memory of Federation Vice President Kenneth N. Prairie

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Kenneth Nicklas Prairie, 86, passed away on Sunday, June 8, 2014. Ken was the President of the Ventura Typographical Union from 1956-1960. As an International Representative, Ken established organizational campaigns for the Southern California Unions, as well as handling internal union...

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