SF Labor Council (SFCLOUT)

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On October 4th, 2018,  thousands of Marriott Hotel workers at the Courtyard Marriott Downtown, the Marriott Marquis, the Marriott Union Square, the Palace Hotel, the St. Regis, the W, and the Westin St. Francis  walked off the job and went on strike.

Our Council has sanctioned this strike and stands in solidarity with our Local 2 siblings.

Donating here will directly benefit striking workers.  All donations will be send directly to the San Francisco Bay Area Labor Foundation, under the supervision of the Executive Director, Rudy Gonzalez and Finance Director, Hang To.

Funds will assist striking workers who are experiencing financial hardship during the strike. Workers who need assistance paying their rent, buying groceries and otherwise proving basic needs for themselves and their families.

If you prefer to write a check, please make it out to SF Labor Council Community Services and send to the SF Labor Council at 1188 Franklin Street, Suite 203 San Francisco, CA 94109.

Time to make one job enough!

#MarriottStrike #1job #unitehere #1u #sflabor
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Hotel Workers Reach Settlements With Marriott in Oakland, Detroit; Marriott Strikes Continue in 6 Other Cities

New York, NY – Hotel workers with UNITE HERE have reached settlement with Marriott and ratified contract agreements at the striking hotels in Oakland and Detroit. The contracts will cover the one striking Marriott property in each city, as strikes continue for over 7,000 Marriott workers at 21 Marriott properties in San Jose, San Francisco, San Diego, Maui, Oahu, and Boston.

“We are encouraged by the progress achieved in resolving the strikes in Oakland and Detroit with strong, fair contracts, and are hopeful that similar progress can be achieved in the other six cities still on strike,” said D. Taylor, International President of UNITE HERE. “The progress made by Marriott this week in both cities shows that they are able to make reasonable movement, and we are hopeful that soon one job will be enough to live with dignity on at every Marriott in all cities.”

The settlements for both cities include historic progress on crucial issues impacting hotel workers, including automation, wages and benefits, and working conditions. Both cities will share full details on their new contracts after the other six cities have reached agreements. The six remaining strike cities will be bargaining again soon.
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On Saturday, over 1000 people came out and marched in solidarity with striking hospitality workers in SF. It was a great display of our collective strength and a boost for the workers as they enter the third week of this struggle. Thanks for your continued support.

The workers continue negotiations on October 29/30 and we are bracing for this strike to continue. We are gearing up to provide more hardship assistance and food distribution for the workers and appreciate all you have done so far. #SFLabor #1job
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Today, Marriott workers in Hawaii took to the streets to demand #1job should be enough. This strike continues to build and we continue to stand in solidarity with these courageous workers.
-Rudy, #SFLabor
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