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Stand in Solidarity with NUHW
As many of you are aware, NUHW represents over 4,000 Kaiser mental health clinicians and other professionals who have decided to hold a 5 day strike the week of December 10th. These employees are urging Kaiser to increase staffing to improve care for Kaiser mental health patients. Despite being in bargaining since June, to date, Kaiser has not made any substantive counter-proposals that would meaningfully change the current situation in which clinicians are overbooked with appointments, they often cannot adequately care for their patients, and patients are too often pushed into group therapy or out of the Kaiser system altogether. If Kaiser wants to continue to be a global leader in healthcare they need to be a leader in mental health as well. Currently Kaiser mental health patients face waits as long as 6 weeks or more to receive care they desperately need. Come join these NUHW represented employees in their statewide fight for better mental health care! Make sure mental health patients are treated with the same respect and dignity as other patients. Please help support in this strike so that Kaiser’s 9 million California members can have access to the mental health treatment to which they are legally entitled. Below are the dates, times and locations of our strikes. Please put these in your calendar and let us know you’ll be there! Thank you so much for your support! 6AM to 4PM Rallys at noon daily 11:30AM to 12:30PM Monday December 10th: · Los Angeles Medical Center at 4867 W. Sunset Blvd, Los Angeles · Anaheim Medical Center at 3440 East La Palma Ave. Anaheim · Fontana medical Center at 9961 Sierra Ave, Fontana · San Diego Medical Center at 9455 Clairemont Mesa Blvd, San Diego Tuesday December 11th: · Downey Medical Center at 9333 Imperial Highway Downey · Santa Ana MOB at 1900 East 4th St., Santa Ana · Ontario Medical Center at 2295 South Vineyard Ave., Ontario · San Diego Medical Center at 9455 Clairemont Mesa Blvd, San Diego Wednesday December 12th: · West Los Angeles Medical Center at 6041 Cadillac Ave. Los Angeles · Anaheim Medical Center at 3440 East La Palma Ave. Anaheim · Riverside Medical Center at 10800 Magnolia Ave., Riverside · San Diego Medical Center at 9455 Clairemont Mesa Blvd, San Diego Thursday December 13th: · Woodland Hills Medical Center at 5601 De Soto Ave., Woodland Hills ., · South Bay Medical Center at 25825 Vermont Ave., Harbor City · Irvine Medical Center at 6650 Alton Parkway, Irvine · Fontana Medical Center at 9961 Sierra Ave,, Fontana, CA Friday December 14th: · Baldwin Park Medical Center at 1011 Baldwin Park Blvd., Baldwin Park · San Diego Medical Center at 9455 Clairemont Mesa Blvd,, San Diego · Riverside Medical Center at 10800 Magnolia Ave., Riverside If you have any questions, please reach out to Michael Soto at[masked] or Irene Arellano at[masked]

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Our group is a proud sponsor of events for the Orange County Poor People's Campaign (OC PPC). In addition, we support the state and nationwide efforts too.

This group serves to unite people from all walks of life in local communities by working together to alleviate the causes of racial, gender, and economic discrimination, demand to end all wars, promote social justice, defend animal rights, and identify environmental issues, while lessening our carbon footprint.

As a Peace Builder, we seek truth, take time to learn/understand, as well as further develop compassion for our self, while cultivating relationships with people from different cultures and backgrounds, including the environment in which we coexist in. We use conflict resolution and civil disobedience as a tool to overcome differences, not the use of violence.

What to expect from this group. Discussions, lectures, book club meetings, activist training, volunteer opportunities, protests, rallies, demonstrations, field trips to explore the environment, museums, art galleries, and documentaries/movies, plus, conferences, workshops, art activism, and so-on.

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