SEIU Local 2015 In Action: Women’s March

SEIU Local 2015
2 min readJan 22, 2018

Over the last 100 days we’ve protested, tweeted, and made phone calls to Members of Congress who thought it would be a good idea to repeal our health care, rip families apart even though they’ve made this country their home, and make substantive tax cuts to affect programs that protect working class Americans.

This past year members of SEIU Local 2015 have been instrumental in protecting the Affordable Care Act, preventing tax cuts, and standing up for DREAMers by putting pressure on Members of Congress byway of protests, phone calls, and tweets. With the midterm and California gubernatorial election on the horizon, California caregivers have committed to standing up for leaders who will work for the people instead of corporate interests. More importantly, they will support candidates who will commit to being long term care champions and improve the infrastructure that allows seniors and people with disabilities to receive quality care at home and in care facilities.

WE ARE READY TO STAND UP FOR JUSTICE AND ELECT THOSE WHO WILL STAND WITH US.

On Saturday, January 20th, the members of SEIU Local 2015 attended Women’s Marches throughout the state and stood with fellow brothers and sisters in gearing up for the midterm elections this year. We are committed to demanding the right to full equality, respect, and dignity for not just long term care workers, but ALL working people across the country.

WE ARE READY.

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SEIU Local 2015

The largest long term care workers union in the U.S. We represent over 370K home care & nursing home workers in CA. www.seiu2015.org