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. …
The practice of paying subminimum wages to people with disabilities is outdated and unjust.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 …
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 …
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
Join the California Chapter for a special screening of The Bail Trap!
Join us for the LA Chapter Meet ‘n’ Greet! Enjoy a meal, welcome our new interns, and hear updates on the fightback for universal health care, affordable housing, and other 9to5 campaigns. We’ll have special discounts available on 9to5 memberships and t-shirts, plus great ways for you to plug in to volunteer with the chapter.
In 1965 I spent the summer in Alabama doing voter registration with the Southern Christian Leadership Conference (SCLC). We went to rallies and mass meetings; got arrested at demonstrations; and went door-to-door to register voters.
During more than 25 years in Congress, Representative Rosa DeLauro has been – and continues to be – on the front lines of the most important battles to protect and expand the social safety net to help families put food on the table, afford health care, earn decent wages (including equal pay for equal work), and retire in dignity.
Committed activists and 9to5 California members were present among the empowered crowds that marched in cities across the state.