San Mateo County arrests 13 peaceful protesters

The “Fight for $15” movement got a lift from Santa’s helpers on Dec. 9, as hundreds of San Mateo County home care workers and allies marched and caroled to highlight their fight for dignity wages.

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Tell the Board of Supervisors to vote for a living wage this holiday season!

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Media Coverage

Workers Independent News Labor Report: “SEIU Home Care Workers Vow More Civil Disobedience In San Mateo Living Wage Fight”

NBC Bay Area News

ABS-CBN News: “Pinoy Caregivers Stage Christmas Protest for Higher Wages”

News article

Video clip

San Mateo Daily Journal: “More civil disobedience arrests: DA still weighing prosecution of home health workers”

With more than $300 million in budget surplus, San Mateo County can and should invest this giving season in the home care program that allows the elderly and people with disabilities to live with dignity at home. However, the county refuses to give our home care workers a living wage.

WE NEED YOUR HELP!

Tell the Board of Supervisors to vote for a living wage this holiday season!

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See video of last civil disobedience in November, joined by SEIU President Mary Kay Henry.

Our home care workers count on you. Thank you for your support!

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