Labor Day at the Center for Workers’ Rights

This Labor Day, the Center for Workers’ Rights celebrated with union members and local politicians at the Sacramento Central Labor Council’s Labor Day Picnic at William Land Park.

We distributed information about workplace rights for low-wage workers and helped union members appreciate the benefit of their contracts.  Everyone was extremely welcoming to our new organization and excited to see the beginnings of a new effort to help protect workers.

The Center’s table was visited by several local politicians and candidates, showing their support for our vision for improving working conditions for low-wage workers in the area.

With each event, the Sacramento community becomes more familiar with the Center for Workers’ Rights.  We are eager to connect with low-wage workers in the community and begin providing legal services.

Can you help reach out to local workers? 

We want to let everyone know that we are ready to help them resolve their workplace issues.

We will happily attend community events and discuss the services we can provide to low-wage workers.

Our informational flyer about our services can be downloaded here, or send an email to to request printed cards and to volunteer at an outreach event.

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