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Medicare For All Meeting

1021 Medicare for All meets Tuesday, Jan 7 6:30 p.m., San Francisco Office. 300 Rhode Island St.




Time: 5:30-7:30PM

Location: 350 Rhode Island #100, San Francisco, CA 94103

RSVP to the Member Resource Center, 1-877-687-1021.


City of Berkeley Legislative Aides win a voice at work by joining SEIU 1021

Last night, Berkeley Legislative Aides employed by the City Council submitted a petition to the Berkeley Personnel Board calling for the same collective voice that other city workers enjoy. After successfully making their case to the Personnel Board, these 17 workers became the newest members of the Berkeley Community Service Chapter of SEIU 1021.


La Clínica workers hit the sidewalk in a show of solidarity with their bargaining team

On the heels of a successful strike authorization vote, SEIU 1021 members at La Clínica de la Raza turned up the heat in their fight for a contract by holding a powerful unity break outside their offices on Wednesday, November 27. 

“For tens of thousands of families across Northern California, we are one of the only options people have for the health care they desperately need,” said Angel Valdez, Layout Graphic Designer and La Clínica SEIU 1021 Chapter President.


Panel Discussion: Workers with Disabilities.

Stand Up and speak out against workplace bullying.

A panel discussion and open forum for SEIU 1021 members on ending workplace bullying.

Tuesday, September 24th, 2019.


350 Rhode Island st.

San Francisco, CA 94103

To RSVP, call David Williams at 415-939-5149 or email:

Dinner Served at 5:30pm

Discussion begins promptly at 6pm


Senate Committee Listens to Tenants, Moves Crucial Housing Justice Legislation Forward

Sacramento, CA – The Service Employees International Union (SEIU) California released the following statement from Bruce Boyer, a member of SEIU Local 1021 and Campus Monitor at Will C. Wood Middle School in Sacramento, after the Senate Judiciary Committee passed AB 1482 by Assembly member David Chiu (D-San Francisco).  The legislation would protect working families struggling to keep their homes by preventing landlords from rent gouging and requiring landlords to have just cause to evict tenants.