Newsletters

December 2021 Newsletter

10 December 2021

If You Read Nothing Else, Read This: The campaign for a safer working environment continues at Kingspan Light and Air. Micaias and his co-workers need your help. Please sign a letter of support that they will submit to their employer. * Clergy turn out in the effort to strengthen rent control in Long Beach, winning increased protection for renters. And residents win a years-long struggle to establish rent control in Santa Ana. * CLUE supports Long Beach truck drivers, struggling to make ends meet, with a toy drive in December. You can help. * Clergy join low-wage workers in Anaheim stand up to West Anaheim Medical Center, demanding proper staffing and better wages.

Read More

December 2021: In-Depth Updates

10 December 2021

COVID vaccination outreach continues * Clergy speak out for housing justice in Long Beach * ACTION ALERT in the struggle for a safe workplace at Kingspan * ACTION ALERT to support Kaiser Mental Health Therapists and Clinicians * Santa Ana passes rent control!

Read More

A Thanksgiving Message from the E.D.

26 November 2021

Dear Friend,   I wanted to drop you a quick video note of thanks as you celebrate this holiday weekend. Watch the Video Here Thank you for being a part of the movement to create a more sacred and just society as a member of CLUE.   We are in this together across regions and

Read More

November 2021: Updates from Across the Southland

10 November 2021

Kingspan sheet metal workers go public with their campaign for safer working conditions. Disney workers hold a town hall to expose Disney’s inclination toward paying poverty wages. Catch up with the efforts to block the re-opening and expansion of the James A. Musick detention facility, and more!

Read More

September 2021 Newsletter

19 September 2021

If you read nothing else, read this:
More than 100 members of the Shut Down Adelanto Coalition met virtually to hear about the harsh conditions and urgent need to close the for-profit immigrant detention center. |
Clergy and community members are hopeful that efforts to secure fair wages and protections Port Truck Drivers are about to pay off. Read about the community-wide effort to pass three new state bills. |
After 10 months of nonstop struggle, 800 NUHW members at medical centers across Orange County won a new contract that offers living wages and a more sustainable workload. Workers are saying THANK YOU!

Read More