LOS ANGELES (CNS) - More than 1,000 janitors in Los Angeles will carry out a march today to demand that the owners of the world's largest buildings adopt a “new deal” for immigrant workers.
Janitors will also rally in Orange, San Jose, Oakland, Sacramento and San Diego.
These events mark the start of the contract campaign for 25,000 janitors across California organized by SEIU United Service Workers West, according to a union statement. They are using the occasion to lay out a list of human rights standards that they are asking all building owners and property managers in California to adopt.
After their march, the workers will be addressed by speakers, including L.A. County Labor Federation President Ron Herrera.
More at source: KFI
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