Leaders of California’s largest home care worker organization hosted discussion:

What a Trump Presidency means and how to take action and continue to fight for our communities

Help us create a more just society for all!

SEIU Local 2015 hit the ground running in California this election and accomplished over 43,500 hours of voter contact, elected the first Indian American and second African American female into the U.S. Senate, and celebrated the successful passage of numerous ballot measures that address issues affecting working class people, such as: affordable housing, bilingual education, and protecting our natural environment and the health of our communities, among other victories.

However, with a Trump Administration on the horizon, caregivers are asking, “What’s Next?”

SEIU 2015 Provisional Officers, April Verrett, Kim Evon, and Arnulfo de la Cruz hosted a live Facebook conversation to talk about what a Trump presidency means and what the role of over 325,000 home care and nursing home workers, allies, supporters, and community members will be to advance the agenda of working families moving forward.

Watch video and read full transcript here.

Posted

November 22nd, 2016
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