Our country is divided – by ideology, by class, by race, by an urban/rural divide, and in many, many other ways. These divisions have been destructive to working people. Division is a tactic management uses to try keep us from improving standards. And now under a new national administration that’s driven by corporate and management thinking, laws may change that both impact the structures that help our union be strong and impact the safety and wellbeing of our communities.
Through our union, we can heal the divisions that exist within our membership, our families, and our communities. And through our unity we can have a strong union.
Our first step is to show up for a week of action to voice our objection to proposals that would make our nation less safe, less healthy, and more unjust.
Saturday, January 21: Women’s March on Seattle. 10:30am, meet up at WSLC at 16th & Jackson. On-site contact: Robin Wyss, 206-390-7225
Saturday, January 21: Women’s March on Bellingham. 9am meetup at the union office for sign making, 1700 N State #101. Contact Lane
Sunday, January 22: Don’t Mourn, Organize Forum, more info coming.
Saturday, January 21: Women’s March on Spokane. 11am-3pm, Convention Center, 334 West Spokane Falls Blvd. On-site contact: Blair Anundson, 509-944-0829.
Saturday, January 21: Women’s March on Yakima. 10am the March will begin at the intersection of North 2nd Street and Martin Luther King, Jr. Boulevard, proceeding east on MLK, JR. Blvd. and turning right on North 8th Street to Yakima Avenue. Marchers will continue west on Yakima Avenue, turning north onto North 2nd Street, completing a one and one-half mile loop. On-site contact: Raul Lopez, 509-731-2861.
Come in SEIU Healthcare 1199NW purple! Talk to your organizer or Executive Board member for more information. Text or call the 1199NW contact to find us in the crowd.
Can’t make it but want to hear more about how we can stand up together? Sign up for our urgent action email list at our website, www.seiu1199nw.org.