The Hollywood strikes are a reminder of the inequities endured by women of color in Hollywood.
Across the city and county, workers are fighting for their jobs, their housing — and their lives. Here are six major labor actions happening this summer.
Workers at both locations say Ricky Hernandez hasn’t paid them for weeks, and has failed to pay them consistently for years.
Nearly 50 years in the making, the Los Angeles labor effort aims to rebuild better public education for all.
Thousands of academic workers at UCLA are entering their third week on strike, joining 48,000 UC students statewide in the largest public university strike in US history.
Little Tokyo and Cypress Park workers have joined a global action to demand Starbucks stop union-busting and start negotiating a fair contract.
Workers fought for a law giving them a seat at the table. Now they say corporations are trying to trick voters into repealing the law.
Hundreds walked out to demand better working conditions, an end to retaliation, and a $5-an-hour pay increase.
North Hollywood’s Star Garden seeks to be the nation’s first unionized strip club since the Lusty Lady.
CD1 candidate Eunisses Hernandez hopes to bring her lifelong fight for criminal justice reform to City Hall.