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Giants of Justice Wrap-up: Call to Action & Celebrate Our Metro Victory

We hope you enjoyed Giants of Justice 2012 Another Congratulations to our honorees..     Dear Friend: Thank you for attending our 2012 Giants of Justice Breakfast–our biggest, most successful event yet!  Surely you enjoyed paying tribute to amazing honorees, hearing world-renowned speakers, and sharing a vision for justice in our city.   From picket lines

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Hallelujah! A Union Victory for Two Carwashes in South LA!

    The Vermont carwash and Navas Carwash officially signed and announced their union contracts today, answering the prayers of the 27 of carwash workers and their families. The contracts bring hope to many carwasheros (aka carwash-heroes) nationwide who experience intimidation, wage fraud and exposure to dangerous toxic chemicals. These problems have caused great suffering

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VICTORY for Carwasheros!

After a long and hard battle to seek respect and justice for the 7-10,000 workers of car washes across Los Angeles, the industry has finally listened and agreed to changes. For over three years we have organized alongside the Community Labor Environmental Action Network (CLEAN) Carwash Campaign activists to unite community members, religious and labor

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Victories

Published on June 4, 2010 in Victories

Over the past year, CLUE has contributed to significant victories for tens of the thousands of low-wage workers (60,000 grocery workers, 4000+ security officers, 8000+ janitors, 1000+ hotel workers). CLUE’s contributions have reflected the diverse strategies we have developed under the rubric of faith-rooted organizing in support of worker justice. On Century Boulevard, CLUE’s committee

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