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Times of national emergency require us all to move beyond business as usual. We must come together as a nation and demand that our elected representatives at all levels act with urgency to protect all workers, no matter their race or where they are from.

But we must also demand that the largest, wealthiest, and most powerful corporations and industries show leadership by looking past their bottom lines to do what’s right for workers.

 

We demand immediate, sweeping action by major industries, corporations, and government to secure the health, safety and long-term economic well-being of working people across America regardless of where they work, their race, their immigration status, or current healthcare coverage.

Read the full letter to industry leaders

  • Fully-funded and accessible healthcare for every worker in America, including 12 weeks' paid leave and 100%-paid testing and treatment for COVID-19.
  • Job, wage, and economic security for every worker through industry funds for lost wages, child care costs, debt relief, and housing assistance.
  • Immediate investment in the health and safety of every worker, including continuing access to personal protective equipment and training, now and in the future.
  • Working families at the center of every emergency relief package, with healthcare and financial support for working families prioritized over executive pay, shareholders, and profits.


Industry Demands

Immigration

Immigrant families have been left out entirely

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Corrections

To more fully address the needs of workers In the Corrections industry, we are calling...

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State Workers

To more fully address the needs of workers in the public sector, we are calling on you to address...

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Property

Security and Janitorial

To more fully address the needs of workers in the property services industry, we are...

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Education

To more fully address the needs of workers in the education industry, we are calling on you to address...

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Health

Child Care

To more fully address the needs of workers in the child care industry, we are calling on you specifically to...

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Travel

Airports

SEIU represents 32,000 contracted airport workers at major airports across the country...

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Fast Food

McDonalds

McDonald's, which made $6 billion in profit last year, must provide health care and paid sick leave...

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Across Industries

National

Times of national emergency require us all to move beyond business as usual...

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Health

Healthcare

On behalf of millions of service and healthcare workers...

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Demand Letters

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The Honorable Betsy DeVos
U.S. Department of Education
400 Maryland Avenue, SW
Washington, D.C. 20202

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The Honorable Alex M. Azar II
Secretary, Department of Health and Human Services
330 C St SW Washington, DC 20416

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The Honorable Larry Hogan
Chair National Governors Association
444 North Capitol Street NW, Suite 267
Washington, DC 20001

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The Honorable Alex M. Azar II
Secretary, Department of Health and Human Services
330 C St SW Washington, DC 20416

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The Honorable William P. Barr
Attorney General U.S. Department of Justice
950 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW
Washington, D.C. 20530