Patients Stand With Kaiser Workers

kaiser 2019 labor day rally

Kaiser Permanente has lost its way.
They’ve abandoned their mission to serve our communities in favor of earning massive profits and enriching top executives. Kaiser executives are demanding unprecedented cuts to caregivers’ pay and benefits and raising rates on patients.

This Labor Day, let’s show our support by rallying with other patients and healthcare workers statewide to protect good, local jobs, families, and communities.

RALLY FOR HEALTHCARE JUSTICE AT KAISER
Labor Day: Monday, September 2 @ 9 a.m.
LACC Swap Meet/parking lot
4133 Marathon Street, Los Angeles, CA 90029

For more information click here

Transit Worker & Pedestrian Protection Act – HR 1139

President Art Aguilar speaks at the Los Angeles City Council meeting regarding “Transit Worker & Pedestrian Protection Act”.

Bill HR 1139 helps to protect our operators. Assaults on public transportation workers are a growing problem, with daily reports of bus operators and rail transit employees being beaten, having items thrown at them, being spat upon, and being verbally abused.

Union Day – LA County Fair 2019

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Union Day at the LA County Fair
Monday, September 2

Join us this Labor Day as we celebrate the hard work put in by Union workers across Southern California.

$8 Admission with promo code: UNIONDAY2019

To claim your $8 admission follow these steps:

  1. Visit LACountyFair.com/UnionDay and select your ticket quantity
  2. Enter Password (case sensitive): UNIONDAY2019
  3. Click Add Tickets and complete the check-out process

$12 admission at the gate with the flyer below.

Passing of International President Larry Hanley

May 8, 2019

Hello My Brothers and Sisters:

It is with a heavy heart and great sadness that I write to inform you that our beloved International President Larry Hanley passed away suddenly yesterday. Our heartfelt sympathies and condolences go out to his family at this very difficult time.

This is more than a tremendous personal loss; it is a major blow to both the ATU and organized labor in general.For years, as a Local Union President, and then as a highly successful leader of our International Union, Brother Hanley was a consistently determined voice for the rights, agenda and dignity of working people and families, as well as a tireless advocate for social justice, human rights, economic fairness, and progressive politics.

Rest in peace, Brother Larry Hanley! Your Union and its members will never forget your life and achievements!

In Solidarity,

Art Aguilar
President/Business Agent