We SEIU 521 members are committed to sticking together in our union, regardless of the U.S. Supreme Court decision in the Janus v. AFSCME case that makes it easier for wealthy special interests to rig the economy further by dividing working people.
We won’t let any court case stand in the way of our fight for the good, union jobs that our communities need. We know that when working people whether white, Black or brown, are united in a union, we have the power in numbers to raise wages, secure basic needs like healthcare coverage, improve our jobs and make life better for our families and build stronger communities.
Regardless of the U.S. Supreme Court decision, we must stand united and make it clear that no court case can stand in the way of our fight for the good, union jobs our families, communities, and country needs.
A decision is coming soon. Here’s what you can do:
1. Stick together with our coworkers in our union.
Have you submitted your membership application or renewed it recently?
If you haven’t yet recommitted to our union, now is the time!
(If you can’t find your employer in the list, contact us.)
2. Participate in our Union Pride social media campaign.
Simply take a selfie, group photo or video of yourself and /or your coworkers holding UNION signs, then post with the hashtags #Union and #WeRise on our Facebook page @SEIU521.
Let’s have fun while showing our union pride!
Click here for a flyer with instructions.