Tourism Workers!

12 April 2023

CLUE stands with workers as Councilmember Curren D. Price, Jr. introduced a motion to the city council to raise the wage for tourism workers in LA to $25 an hour, with plans to increase their pay to $30 by 2028. This action is more critical than ever as the wage rates have not kept up

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7 April 2023

On Good Friday in Downtown Los Angeles, CLUE faith leaders from across Southern California united with Los Angeles Catholic Worker and UNITE HERE Local 11 for an unforgettable Stations of the Workers’ Cross event! Remembering the sufferings of Christ in Christian faith traditions alongside the struggles of hospitality workers in Southern California and beyond, we

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4 April 2023

Liberation for All . Temple Israel’s Social Action Committee & Clergy and Laity United for Economic Justice (CLUE), organized by Rev. Mary Duong, hosted an Interfaith Worker Justice Passover Seder. We related the Passover story of the Jewish people’s Exodus from their oppression in ancient Egypt to the current context of hospitality workers seeking an

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Housing Justice

1 April 2023

On March 31, 2023, it was our joy to join hundreds of housing justice supporters in LA to celebrate our resounding victory last November with United to House L.A., commemorate the beginning of its implementation as April begins, and reinvest in the power and solidarity of our multiracial and vibrant coalition for affordable housing, worker

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“UNITE HERE! Local 11 2023 Worker Committee Convention!”

16 March 2023

On March 2, more than 20 CLUE committee leaders and staff participated in UNITE HERE Local 11’s Worker Committee Convention in Downtown Los Angeles! We joined hundreds of hospitality worker leaders from hotels, stadiums, LAX and other union workplaces – and from throughout Los Angeles and Orange Counties, the Inland Empire, and Arizona.  Workers spoke

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Irvine Hotel Worker Protection Ordinance Will Finally Go into Effect!

23 February 2023

Irvine Voters Stand by Hotel Housekeepers & Reject Hotel Corporations’ Half-Million Dollar Referendum To Block Law! Over 500 voters officially revoked their signatures after learning the truth about hotel owners’ deceitful signature gatherers! CLUE is so elated to announce that the hotel industry failed to collect the number of valid signatures required to referendize the Housekeeper

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