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May Day in San Francisco in video

Thousands of people across the Bay Area rallied and marched May 1 in support of workers’ and immigrants’ rights. They gathered in Berkeley and Oakland and across downtown San Francisco, organized by civil rights organizations including Oakland Sin Fronteras and A Day Without An Immigrant SF. Legal Aid at Work staff joined in both the … Continue reading “May Day in San Francisco in video”

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Your political protest rights[:es]Sus derechos a participar en protestas políticas[:zh]工人参与政治抗议的权利

  Everyone has a right, as a matter of free speech, to express their political opinions and to spend personal time at political protests, including Monday’s demonstrations in honor of May Day and workers’ and immigrants’ rights. We are going to be on high alert on Monday, but there is no uniform way that workplaces … Continue reading “Your political protest rights[:es]Sus derechos a participar en protestas políticas[:zh]工人参与政治抗议的权利”

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Fifth Anniversary of Fresno Clinic

Legal Aid at Work’s pioneering Workers’ Rights Clinic marked its fifth anniversary serving the Fresno area this month. Consul of protection Juan Dario Constantino from the Mexican Consulate, Legal Aid at Work attorneys, LAAW board member Ana de Alba, and other volunteers joined us Tuesday night — both to work and to celebrate the milestone. With … Continue reading “Fifth Anniversary of Fresno Clinic”

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SF restaurants’ employees hungry for valid paychecks

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Lawsuit: BART’s filthy, broken elevators violate civil rights for people with disabilities

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Suit accuses BART of discriminating against disabled riders

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Disability advocates sue BART over broken elevators, escalators

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Lawsuit: Soiled elevators limit BART access

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Bay Area’s disabled say BART still filthy, unusable after all these years

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