Support SF Security Workers Strike!

Starting Date: 09-24-2007
Starting Time: 7:30am
Ending Date: 09-28-2007

1 Front St
San Francisco, California 94110
United States

Security workers need your support in order to secure a decent wage and quality health care. Join us.

Week of Action
Sep 24 – 28, 2007
Financial District, San Francisco

San Francisco’s security workers are taking to the streets to demand the city’s wealthiest property owners, including Shorenstein, Morgan Stanley and Hines, give them a living wage and decent health care benefits. Mostly people of color and new immigrants, San Francisco’s security workers earn less than everyone else in the city’s commercial property buildings, including window washers, parking attendants and janitors. Because of these poverty conditions security workers sometimes have to work two or three jobs to make ends meet. For more info:

After months of failed negotiations with property owners and security contractors, San Francisco’s security workers have had enough. They are taking to San Francisco’s streets Sep Mon 24 - Fri 28 for a week of direct action to get what they need and deserve. In order to win these workers need the public support of people in the community – people like you!

How can I support San Francisco’s low wage security workers get decent wages and health care?

Attend an awesome street action during the week of Sep - Mon. 24th to Fri. 28th!

Action times are: 7.30am – 9.00am, 12pm -, 4pm-6pm every day that week. We’re meeting at 1 Front, corner of Front and Market Street at 12pm and 4pm every day. (1 Front Street is 2 blocks from Embarcadero Train Station). The meeting time for the morning shift is yet to be determined.
Geographical Scope: Local
Day of Action

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