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27 Jun Statement from the OC Labor Federation on Janus v. AFSCME Supreme Court Decision

OC Labor federation statement on Janus decision  ORANGE COUNTY, CA -  The Orange County Labor Federation (OCLF) strongly condemns today’s Supreme Court decision that takes away working people’s freedom to join together in unions to speak up for themselves, families and communities. Unions are one of the most effective vehicles to move people into the middle class.  We must continue to organize and hold our elected leaders accountable and fight back against efforts to divide us and weaken working people’s strength in numbers.  The U.S. Supreme Court’s decision furthers this administration’s agenda of putting corporate interest over working families. This case is a multi-million dollar effort to rig the economy benefiting a select few.While this decision negatively impacts working families, the OCLF will continue to be a strong force in Orange County, standing up to those in power who have rigged the economy against working people.  When unions are strong, Orange County is strong.  We won’t allow a court decision to stand in the way of our fight for good jobs, fair pay and dignity at work.The OCLF and affiliates will hold a press conference tomorrow, June 28 at 10 AM.  The event will be held at the OC Labor Federation located at 309 N. Rampart St. Suite A Orange, CA 92868.  Press Conference Details Date:  Thursday, June 28, 2018Time: 10 AMLocation: OC Labor Federation – 309 N. Rampart St. Suite A, Orange, CA 92868 ###If you would like more information about this topic, please contact Kathia Canlas at 714.385.1534 or email at the OCLF – The Orange County Labor Federation represents more than ninety local unions from every sector of the labor movement with a membership of more than 200,000 working men and women. The Orange County Labor Federation strives to better the lives of all workers. Chartered in 1929 by the AFL-CIO, the Federation is the official regional body that brings together unions from different sectors to fight for decent wages, safe working conditions  ...

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30 Apr Demand Protection for ALL Workers – OCLF May Day March & Rally

  FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE April 30, 2018 ORANGE COUNTY, CA -  Every year, the Orange County Labor Federation organizes the May Day March and rally in commemoration of International Workers Day.  With a broad coalition of labor unions and community groups, together we will march in solidarity to send a clear message that attacks on ALL workers will not be tolerated in Orange County. We stand together as ONE to defend, protect and respect workers’ rights.  We will not be divided! We will fight as one against all attacks on working families. “The Orange County Labor Federation along with more than 90 local unions from every sector of the labor movement will stand with ALL workers in the community.  It is important now more than ever that we speak out against unjust treatment of workers whether it is from public or private sectors.  We refuse to be silent!  On May Day, we will honor the contributions and sacrifices of all working families in Orange County,” said Gloria Alvarado, Interim Executive Director. The march will commence in the parking area of St. Boniface Church located at 120 N. Janss St. Anaheim, CA 92805 preceded by a rally.  A short rally at Pearson Park marks the conclusion of the march. Event Details: OCLF May Day March & Rally Date:  Tuesday, May 1, 2018 Time:  8:30 AM Location: St. Boniface Church – 120 N. Janss St. Anaheim, CA 92805 ### If you would like more information about this topic, please contact Kathia Canlas at 714.385.1534 or email at

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16 Apr Stamp Out Hunger Food Drive

On May 12th, marks the 26th anniversary of one of America’s great days of giving - the National Association of Letter Carriers’ Stamp Out Hunger Food Drive. Participating in this year’s Letter Carrier Stamp Out Hunger Food Drive is simple. Just leave non- perishable food donation in a bag by your mailbox on Saturday, May 12th and your letter carrier will do the rest. These donations will go directly to local food pantries to provide food to people in need. Click here to find the phone number for your local post office. 2017 Food Drive Results  ...

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