There is no Chapter meeting for December. The next meeting will be held on Januay 9th.
100 Oak Street
Dinner at 5:30 meeting immediately following
Steward Council 7-8:00
SEIU Local 1021 was founded in 2007 when ten local unions came together in Northern California to form one larger, more powerful union. Together our members are building a true 21st century union fighting to empower and improve the lives of our members. We are 54,000 strong – organizing and representing public service workers in cities, counties, courts, schools, private non-profits, special districts, public health care and nursing.
1021 Medicare for All meets Tuesday, Jan 7 6:30 p.m., San Francisco Office. 300 Rhode Island St.
Our San Francisco Regional Meeting is held every 3rd Thursday of each month. Dates for the remaining meetings in 2019 are:
December 19 – CANCELED
Location: 350 Rhode Island, Suite 100 South, SF, CA 94103
Time: 5:30PM, Dinner 6:00pm, Meeting
Please RSVP with the Member Resource Center at : 1-877-687-1021
On Friday, December 13 SEIU 1021 members at the Regional Center of the East Bay (RCEB) ratified a new four-year agreement.
On December 15, SEIU 1021 members joined with the Alliance of Californians for Community Empowerment (ACCE), the Sacramento City Teachers Association, and others to launch our effort in Sacramento to talk to voters and get Schools & Communities First on the November 2020 ballot.
More than 850 HealthRIGHT 360 clinic and behavioral healthcare workers have voted to unionize with the Service Employees International Union on December 16. Months of organizing culminated in the historic vote Monday night, with 73% of HR360 workers at over 100 clinics in Northern and Southern California choosing to unionize by signing authorization cards. The workers will join SEIU Local 1021 in the Bay Area and SEIU Locals 721 and 221 in Los Angeles and San Diego, respectively.
On Saturday, December 7,close to 100 SEIU 1021 members braved the rain to talk to voters and our neighbors about getting the Schools & Communities First initiative on the November 2020 ballot.
“Corporations have been taking money out of our pockets—food out of the mouths of our children—for 40 years, and it’s time to change that. That’s why I’m here today,” said Andrea Mullarkey, SEIU 1021 member and Teen Librarian at the Berkeley Public Library.
For our children, our communities, and our future.
Sign up to support The California Schools and Local Communities Funding Act
Closing the Corporate Property Tax Loophole for billionaires and wealthy corporations would fund our schools and local communities while protecting homeowners, residential renters, agricultural land, and small businesses.
We can restore over $12 billion to schools, community colleges, and other services SEIU 1021 members provide for our parks, libraries, emergency response services, health clinics, trauma centers, roads, homeless services, and beyond.
Yes, I want to help pass The California Schools and Local Communities Funding Act!