AFSCME will be at two Southland rallies for workers - Join us!

We must stick together! On Monday, February 26th, the Supreme Court begins hearing Janus v. AFSCME, a case that could usher in “Right to Work (for less),” a long-time scheme of anti-worker politicians and greedy corporations. There will be two Southland events, on 2/24 and 2/26, to decry this threat to working people (see details of dates and locations below).

The goal of “Right to Work (for less)” is simple: to silence our collective voice by making it harder for working people to come together in unions. So-called Right to Work threatens collective bargaining, our wages and benefits, and the very future of our union!

If powerful “Right to Work (for less)” backers get their way, everything we’ve fought for and won for our families and communities will be on the chopping block. Join union members, community organizations, elected officials, and faith leaders for a massive display of unity and power. Together, we can protect all we’ve built: living wages, healthcare, workplace protections, a secure retirement, and a voice on the job.

Please RSVP: Erica@afscme36.org

SAN DIEGO, CA: Saturday, February 24th

  • 3:30 PM
  • Convention Center Park
  • East Harbor Dr. & Park Blvd, San Diego, CA 92101

LOS ANGELES, CA: Monday, February 26th

  • 11 AM
  • LAC+USC Medical Center Front Steps
  • 2051 Marengo St, Los Angeles, CA 90033