Fast Food Day of Action
Thursday, September 4, 2014 – 11:15am
Fast-food workers in Boston are escalating their fight for better pay and better conditions at the workplace.
In July, Boston-area fast-food workers attended a convention where they vowed to do whatever it takes to win $15 and the right to form a union. Please join us for a fast-food worker rally on Thursday, September 4, 2014 at 11:15 am. (facebook link is external) https://www.facebook.com/events/573002842822852 We will be meeting downtown at the Irish Famine Memorial located at the intersection of Washington and Milk Streets.
Homecare Workers Speak Out for $15/hour!
Thursday, September 4, 2014 – 10:00am
Across Massachusetts and the nation, more homecare workers like you are joining the Fight for $15 everyday! That means we want $15 per hour so we can survive and support our families while providing quality care!
Are you ready to speakout for $15/hr for homecare workers? How would $15/hr improve your life? To RSVP or share your story, email Natacha.Perez(AT)SEIU.org.
FACT: Did you know the state recently boosted homecare funding for private agencies by $6 million dollars? We want to make sure that money is used to help improve homecare wages and access for seniors and people with disabilities! If you agree, join us at the speakout!
Homecare workers: We are uniting for higher wages to recognize the important care we provide! Seniors and people with disabilities count on us to live independently, but we can’t live on low wages that don’t pay the bills. If you are a homecare worker… JOIN US!
Together, we will speak out about the importance of homecare — and the workers who make homecare possible.
This event is supported by 1199SEIU United Healthcare Workers East, Jobs with Justice, the #WageAction Coalition, MassUniting, Chinese Progressive Association, and more!