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Local 21 News

Angela Alioto meets Local 21 members at lunch honoring campaign fund donors


Former president of the San Francisco Board of Supervisors, Angela Alioto, was on hand at a special luncheon to honor activists involved inLocal 21’s TJ Anthony Fund for Political Action on July 8.  

Alioto discussed her work in San Francisco politics and her father Joseph Alioto’s time as mayor of San Francisco (1968-1976).

Since leaving the Board of Supervisors, Alioto has been practicing employment, civil rights and anti-discrimination law.  Alioto won the largest Civil Rights verdict in the history of the United States in 2001, against IBC/Wonder Bread for $135 million.

Have you seen our Flickr page?


Local 21 has updated our Flickr page, which includes photos of our members from all over—from the South Bay to Oakland. New photos are being added all the time! Take a look at our Flickr page here.

PAC supporters, first-time donors recognized


We succeeded in many key elections on June 6 thanks to the generosity of the more than 400 Local 21 members who donate to the TJ Anthony Fund for Political Action PAC.  The money donated by members made it possible to make contributions to our endorsed candidates and reach out to voters about the election. 

This November will feature key races in Richmond, Alameda and Contra Costa Counties, Oakland, San Francisco, San Jose and other jurisdictions where Local 21 represents workers.