Over 50 politicians and community leaders in San Mateo County support the efforts of the Pullman SF Bay Hotel workers as they call on CBRE for a fair process to choose a union! Click HERE to see the full list of supporters. Si se puede! #CantStopWontStop
Calendar of actions – Monday, May 1
SAN FRANCISCO (7am to 3pm)
7am: Picket at Le Meridien (333 Battery St.)
8am: Rally at ICE offices (630 Sansome)
11am: Rally at Justin Hermann Plaza
12pm: March from Justin Herman Plaza to Civic Center
2pm: Rally at Civic Center
Sponsored by—Progressive Workers United, Jobs with Justice, Bay Resistance
OAKLAND (3pm to 6pm)
3pm: Rally & March, from Fruitvale Plaza
5pm: Festival at San Antonio Park
SLponsored by Oakland Sin Fronteras
On Thursday April 27th join the Tenderloin Museum and UNITE HERE Local 2 and hear the story of San Francisco hotel workers from the workers themselves.
The rich history of organized labor in the Tenderloin includes that of today’s largest San Francisco private sector union, UNITE HERE Local 2. This history stretches from Gold Rush San Francisco to today’s era of multinational corporate hospitality chains. In 2004, these forces collided in an epic strike and lockout. Five years later, Local 2 members told their story in “53 Days, Local 2 on Stage”. Come see a section of this production and talk to the workers about their experience on the picket line and the proscenium.
Presented by Bill Shields, the Chair of Labor and Community Studies at City College of San Francisco, and the director of the oral history theater project, “Work Tales”. Join us for an evening celebrating the history of the labor movement in the Tenderloin.