Fight for the Frontline: SEIU 721 Takes Historic Action

03/31/2022

Thousands of essential workers took to the streets of downtown LA in the biggest march in SEIU Local 721’s history.


During the pandemic, a force of essential workers put their lives on the line to provide service and care. Now the frontline is rising up to demand respect and the opportunity to thrive.


We're sounding the alarm on LA County’s efforts to privatize and outsource vital County services to major for-profit corporations — a move that threatens good union jobs.

We're sounding the alarm on LA County’s efforts to privatize and
outsource vital County services to major for-profit corporations —
a move that threatens good union jobs.


And we’re demanding pay that keeps up with inflation and the cost of living in the LA area.

And we’re demanding pay that keeps up with inflation and the
cost of living in the LA area.


Essential workers are still here and our labor has value. We’re mobilizing to advocate for ourselves, our families, and our communities. Join us in our Fight for the Frontline!

Essential workers are still here, and our labor has value. We’re mobilizing to
advocate for ourselves, our families, and our communities. Join us in our
Fight for the Frontline!


We are the safety net of LA County. Protect us so we can keep protecting you. As the pandemic continues, know that LA county labor is serious in our Fight for the Frontline.

We are the safety net of LA County. Protect us so we can keep protecting you.
As the pandemic continues, know that LA County labor is serious in our
Fight for the Frontline.


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