On July 25, together with UNITE HERE Local 11 and the workers of Laguna Cliffs Marriott, we are demanding a contract with the FIVE PILLARS – a living wage, pensions, healthcare, fair workloads, and union growth. Despite being owned by the University of California Pension Fund, the workers at the hotel currently do not have
All Saints Church Pasadena hosted workers from the Hyatt Regency for lunch and a rally with parishioners. “In our tradition, we are in a relationship with a brown Jesus that struggled, was overpoliced, and didn’t get the wages he deserved,” Associate Rector Mark Chase said. “He served in a neighborhood where workers didn’t get the wages
Our People Our Port Coalition CLUE has been working closely with LAANE and a part of the coalition Our People Our Port, to fight for fair wages and protections for port truck drivers. Since the beginning of the year, we have been advocating for two-state bills, SB 338, AB 794, to create consequences for law-breaking
SB 338 is signed into law! Plus CLUE members meet with City Council to address the affordable housing crisis.
Hospitality Workers express gratitude for prayer and accompaniment as they celebrate a life-changing contract! Your help needed to bring Panic Buttons to Laguna Hotels. Plus, exploring police accountability, whole-person health, and healing.
Workers win living wages and safer working conditions with help of prayer and persistence of CLUE community members. Hospitality workers fight to keep coastal access open in Laguna Beach. Clergy join delegation at CVS and facilitate listening circles in Santa Ana. Plus rent control action alert!