During Latino Heritage Month (Sept. 15-Oct. 15) we recognize the contributions of our country’s 50 million Latinos. To see the changes we need in Sacramento and Washington DC and to advance our fight for social and economic justice, we need everyone in our movement to register to vote today!
Rachell Davis was losing the ability to hold a conversation, no longer able to care for herself, and approaching convalescence. Today she boasts a sense of independence, lives at home, and celebrates her 100th birthday thanks to caregiver, Maria Rodriguez!
The largest union election in Minnesota history, caregivers have been arriving from other states to assist in the process. Leading the way, 14 ULTCW Member Leaders are in Minnesota, volunteering until the election!
Because Congress failed to pass Comprehensive Immigration Reform, we support President Obama in providing affirmative relief with work authorization to people who have strong US ties and are already embedded in our communities.
ULTCW Secretary-Treasurer, Kim Evon, joins our sisters & brothers on a picket-line in front of the Chino Valley nursing home facility. Despite new state law, Longwood Management Corporation puts residents & staff at risk by denying sick days for its workers.