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Reflections from the Chicago Fight for $15 strikes
We won’t back down
We stuck together at won big at Fort Lauderdale Airport
On the picket line, my fear disappeared
Taking the Fight for $15 to the next level
Fighting for a union at Sea-Tac
The airline industry is global. So are we.
The need to organize has no borders or nationality
La industria aeronáutica es global. Como nosotros.
La necesidad de organizarse no tiene fronteras ni nacionalidad
54 years after my first day at DCA
We’re making history at our airports
The airlines can support the people that support them
Why my family is fighting for $15 and union rights at O’Hare
Las aerolíneas pueden mantener a la gente que les mantiene
Por qué mi familia está luchando por $15 y derechos sindicales en O'Hare
Saving for retirement isn’t simple when earning poverty wages
The old adage of spend less and save more doesn’t cut it for adjuncts
Nurse Roundup October 19, 2016
Latest news and updates from the Nurse Alliance
Immigrant and home care worker shines at the White House
Roxana Giron called for better jobs during Hispanic Heritage Month celebration
Donald Trump doesn’t understand saving for retirement
He doesn’t get Social Security either
Top 5 Reasons Why I am Getting out the Vote
I'll be among the 50,000 members getting out the word. Will you?
Social Security looks like America – It has multiple faces
Social Security recipients are as diverse as our population.
Growing evidence Affordable Care Act is benefiting patients
Expanded access to care, covered services making a difference
A quality child care system is within our grasp
My trip to the DNC in Philadelphia shows how far we’ve come on child care and inspires me to do even more
Graduate Student Employees Launch a Nationwide Drive to Organize Unions with SEIU
Columbia University decision paves way for student assistants’ efforts to join together
Are you voting for retirement security?
The leaders we elect this fall may determine how we spend our retirement years.
Winning the battle against cancer and for affordable healthcare
She's beat back cancer twice. Now this security officer is fighting for everyone's rights on the job.
Reflecting on Dallas, Baton Rouge, La., and Falcon Heights, Minn.: Feelings, Thoughts and Action
Working together to make sense of the recent tragedies and trying to create change
When will it stop?
We must have the uncomfortable conversations about racism in this country.
Tell Congress to stop sneak attacks on working people.
Budget "riders" would help corporations, not working men and women.
Home Care Fight for $15 leader named White House ‘Champion of Change’
Barbara Carr is a home care worker providing essential services to the most vulnerable residents of Flint
“I feel like I should be able to offer my son more.”
Why does a security officer who keeps patients and nurses safe rely on public assistance for healthcare?
The United State of Women: Home Care Workers and the Caring Economy
Betzaida Ventura joined dozens of workers at the United State of Women summit
Northwestern University Faculty Announce Union Election Filing
Part-time and full-time faculty come together in the latest milestone in Chicago union organizing
SEIU members, Fight for $15 activists celebrate ‘United State of Women’
Working women converge on Washington, D.C., to talk about gender equality issues
Statement from SEIU President Mary Kay Henry on Orlando
Our hearts are heavy once again, as we mourn the horrific loss of life.
Four reasons why we should expand Social Security
Our elected officials should answer President Obama’s call to expand Social Security
Chicago and New York security officers win $15—and more—through their unions
Another important victory in the fight for $15 and safer cities
We are rising to achieve racial justice
Young workers are coming together to fight back against racism
Young people are rising to the occasion and creating change
Continuing the movement towards a more just society with SEIU Rise
We Won’t Have Economic Justice Without Racial Justice
We are on a journey to end anti-Black racism
Navy vet: “I would LOVE my job if we were paid fairly.”
Why does a vet who's putting her skills to use in security rely on public assistance to scrape by?
Nurses Week 2016: Celebrating heroes of healthcare
Nurses are the heroes of healthcare
SEIU Nurse Alliance Roundup May 5, 2016
National Nurses Week Special Edition
As Nurses Week begins, a look back on what a year it’s been
A look back at all the incredible work SEIU nurses have done throughout the last year.
Investing in child care is an investment in our future
This Mother’s Day, join me in celebrating all of the hard-working moms across the country
On this Workers’ Memorial Day, tell the OMB to protect workers by enforcing Obama’s Fair Pay and Safe Workplaces executive order
Make fair pay and safe workplaces a reality.
Securing Safety for San Diegans
Chris took it upon himself to get extra training, and wants to lift safety for all in security industry
D.C. security officers spearheading wave of improvements in the District
Big win for officers, now ready to push for a $15 and paid sick leave for the rest of D.C.
The Fight for $15 is a global movement
We’re on our way to empower 64 million Americans
Chicago security officers ready to stem increase in violence
First responders, working to keep the city safe, but barely scraping by
Speaking up to stop wage theft in the security industry
Donyell says two out of three security contractors stole his wages. Now he's working to fix that.
Our voice is being heard in the Fight for $15
It's time to raise the wage floor for all nursing home workers
Tennessee home care worker sending a strong message during fight for $15 day of actions
I got involved in the Fight for $15 is because I need to put an end to my own poverty wages.
Security officers rally for safer East Coast cities
32BJ members have saved lives with better training and lower turnover, but there's still more to do.
Disrupting the economy of insecurity
Security officers standing up to build a tech economy that works for everyone
$15 minimum wage for New York is massive win for working families
Building on this momentum
Nurse Alliance Roundup March 18, 2016
Nurses Roundup Newsletter March 18, 2016
Duke University non-tenure-track faculty vote to join SEIU
Full-time and Part-time Faculty at Elite Southern University Seek to Raise Standards in Higher Education
SEIU members, Flint residents demand answers to water crisis
The families of Flint are standing up to Gov. Snyder for a better tomorrow
Why I support Hillary Clinton’s vision for a healthier America
Florida RN wants young patients to live long, healthy lives, pursue big dreams
Security officer and personal trainer standing up for a stronger San Diego
Gerald says people would be healthier, wouldn't move so fast if they met their needs with just one job.
Durham City Council passes resolution supporting SEIU Duke faculty union drive
The legislation passed by a unanimous 7-0 vote
Janitors Join Women Worldwide on International Women's Day
Thousands flood streets to fight for fair pay
If there's no retirement crisis, then why are so many older women poor?
Some political ideologues claim there's no retirement crisis, but women know better.
Victory! Twin Cities janitors win tentative agreement
4,000 janitors win largest wage increase in decades
Part-time faculty at St. Charles CC join SEIU while full-time faculty at Boston U. file for an eletion
From the Arch to the Back Bay, faculty union momement has another milestone day
How 4,000 janitors are reversing decades of racial disparities
Embracing the fight for $15
SEIU members helped secure a victory for Hillary Clinton in Nevada.
A day of caucusing capped months of work
Minnesota security officers are the latest winners in the Fight for $15
They won after sticking together through two citywide strikes and civil disobedience.
SEIU Nurse Alliance Roundup February 19, 2016
Nurses Roundup Newsletter February 19, 2016
Standing up for patients and working families
I am inspired by SEIU nurses' commitment to protect working families and improve healthcare for patients
Millennials want to retire too
I’m standing together with other Millennials across the country to fight for retirement security.
Duke faculty file to join SEIU Faculty Forward
By triggering a union election, they are taking an important step in joining a national movement
Working families push ahead into states where our communities have proven strength
Will deliver tough wins for Clinton
The cold hard truth: I'm a superhero without the perks
Tonia shared why those who care for our children need a raise
Flint Water Crisis: SEIU member leaders, Flint residents demand accountability in D.C.
It's time for Gov. Snyder to take responsibility for the decisions that led to this terrible disaster
SEIU members caucus and organize for Hillary Clinton
She will fight, deliver and win for working families.
Hitting the Doors with SEIU’s Heroes for Hillary
When we doorknock - we win!
Trading the Green Bay Packers for democracy
A team of 17 healthcare providers hit the streets to talk to Iowa voters
Security officers front and center in Amazon development discussion
Amazon security contractor prompts Seattle City Council to reconsider the rules of the game.
Domino victories along East Coast
What 130,000 people can accomplish together
By sticking together against inequality and injustice at our airports, we are walking in Dr. King’s footsteps
Airport Workers honor King's legacy through action
I joined hundreds of other workers at the Supreme Court. Here's what I took away.
They will not silence the voices of working people.
Everyone Should Be Able to Succeed
Working people are coming together to fight back against attacks on their right to unite
Because of our union, my co-workers and I were able to reform our state’s child welfare system.
The Friedrichs decision threatens to cripple efforts like these.
2015 Journey to a Just Society
Just think of all we'll accomplish in 2016
Security officers and janitors march through Minneapolis skyways to lift communities of color
Reclaim your dreams
Nurse Alliance Year-End Roundup Newsletter
Nurses Roundup Newsletter Dec. 18, 2015
I joined this member leader at the Democratic debate.
Nazda embodies the American Dream.
Standing in solidarity and sharing in their grief.
Our hearts are broken with the tragic loss of our fallen and injured sisters and brothers.
Vigil shines light through unspeakable loss
Workers, community find hope in hopeless situation
Hillary Clinton is part of our movement
I’m supporting her because she’ll support us
SEIU endorses Hillary Clinton for president
Members: Clinton supports our movement to build a better future for working families
Tough Choices at Home; Tough Choices at Work
Nursing Home Workers Join Fight for $15
I take care of your kids, but I can barely care for myself
Childcare workers need a living wage
Veteran Security Officer Jeremy Birchwood on the Fight for $15
Elevating somebody else helps my community as a whole.
Air Force veteran, union leader Jimmy Moore
“Being active in my union gives me a better sense of belonging.”
Veteran says winning paid time off means valuable time with his family
Edward can now visit his family on the East Coast.
Army veteran and union leader Terry Wade organizes across cultures
“The language barrier is tough, but they light up when they see my ‘SEIU’ sign."
Army veteran Troy Williams fights for a better way of life on the home front
"...so much to be done through our unions, bc the economy is out of control."
Army veteran Mike Montalbano: “All workers need a decent wage to take care of their families.”
Mike dreams of being able to rent his own place.
When We Fight Together We All Win
Reflections on Los Angeles and the path to victory
SEIU Nurse Alliance Roundup November 04, 2015
Nurses Roundup Newsletter November 04, 2015
Stay above the water, get covered
Having affordable health insurance helps me stay above water
The Time is Now for Fair Chance Hiring Reforms
President Mary Kay Henry sends letter supporting Fair Chance hiring reforms
Hundreds gathered in DCA yesterday, but it wasn’t for what you think.
Workers are in the #FightFor15 from around the world.
Read our lips: Americans want to expand Social Security - not to raise the retirement age
Raising the retirement age would hurt Americans who live paycheck to paycheck.