Join Operating Engineers Local 39, Janitors of SEIU Local 87, and supporters as they celebrate the life and death of essential workers and as Engineers call on Kaiser for a fair union contract.
San Francisco — Throughout the global health crisis, essential workers — janitors, operating engineers and more — kept our city and our country clean and safe. Every day they went to work and risked their health to keep our hospitals, grocery stores, transportation centers up and running.
Sadly, many lost their lives to COVID-19, leaving behind loved ones.
Join us Tuesday, November 2nd as SEIU Local 87 janitors, Operating Engineers Local 39, and supporters hold a Day of the Dead / Dia de los Muertos even honor essential workers who lost their lives to COVID19 and as essential engineers demand Kaiser respect essential workers with a fair union contract.
WHO: San Francisco Essential Workers
WHAT: Day of the Dead Action
WHEN: Tuesday, November 2nd at 2pm
WHERE: Kaiser Geary Campus
VISUALS: Workers in Costumes
SEIU is the nation’s largest union of janitors, representing more than 135,000 cleaners.
Commercial office cleaners are among the essential workers who bravely continued to work throughout the pandemic.