9to5 declares “Every Vote Counts – Count Every Vote”

November 4, 2020

Record number of voters have cast their ballots – now it’s time to make sure we’re heard.

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9to5 California Voter Guide

September 28, 2020

This year we face extraordinary challenges both in getting out a huge vote as well as in making sure all ballots are received and counted.   Your vote counts. Here are three tools the Board of 9to5 California has compiled to assist you in voting this year. Please note that these deadlines and links apply to…

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Organizational Statement of Solidarity

June 2, 2020

These last few of weeks make clear what we already know to be true – that racism is rampant, pervasive, and systemic across this country. The killings of George Floyd, Tony McDade, David McAtee, Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery and the racist attack on Christian Cooper in Central Park are highly-publicized examples of the countless incidents…

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9to5 Organizational Statement on COVID-19

March 18, 2020

9to5 is committed to economic justice along the intersections of gender, class, and race.  We will continue to pursue justice together with our members, our staff, and our communities in these challenging times. In order to keep our staff, their families and our members safe and healthy, we have closed our offices and are working…

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9to5 Leads in Paid Leave for All Movement

February 24, 2020

9to5 is proud to serve on the steering committee of Paid Leave for All, a new national collaborative that will develop a coordinated strategy to win a national, inclusive paid family and medical leave policy with bipartisan support. Member groups, including 9to5, have been driving state wins and research for years, paving the way for a national win. The…

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Renters win in Inglewood, California!

September 5, 2019

After a three year campaign, community activists have won a rent control ordinance and just cause eviction rights in the city of Inglewood, part of the Los Angeles Metro Area. 9to5 California, as part of the Uplift Inglewood Coalition, fought to ensure these basic rights to prohibit rent from skyrocketing, and to ensure that tenants…

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To the Department of Labor: Workers with disabilities deserve equal pay

June 20, 2019

The practice of paying subminimum wages to people with disabilities is outdated and unjust. Today, across the United States nearly 230,000 people with disabilities are legally paid less than minimum wage for their work. Alongside the National Disability Rights Network, ADAPT, National Council on Disability Issues, and other national allies, 9to5 calls on our nation…

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Affordable housing, transit improvement… What’s on my ballot in California?

October 9, 2018

The November 6 elections are just around the corner — Click here for a sneak-peek of what will be on your California ballot! In addition to candidates, there are a number of California ballot initiatives that will impact women and families. Here’s where 9to5 stands: Yes on Prop 1 – Veterans and Affordable Housing Bond Provides $4 billion…

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Congratulations to our new 9to5 California Statewide Board!

October 8, 2018

Our Los Angeles and San Jose chapters have combined into one statewide chapter. We’re excited to announce we have elected our new 9to5 California Board!

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9to5 Los Angeles Fall Newsletter

November 17, 2017

Our Special Edition 10th Anniversary Newsletter is out, featuring memories and lessons learned from former organizers, board members and interns as well as updates on our current campaigns

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