Who is ULU Local 100?

Local 100’s mission is to organize and represent unorganized service sector workers in the middle south states of Louisiana, Arkansas, and Texas, and allow our members to create a vehicle to allow them a clear voice and real power in their workplace and their communities.  After more than 25 years as an SEIU local, in October 2009 Local 100 became independent again. Please become a fan on of Local 100 ULU on Facebook!

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Local 100 Cleanup at KABF & New Local 100 Show on KABF PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 07 May 2013 18:48

Children and Friends of United Labor Union Organizer Toney Orr of Little Rock, Arkansas did a clean up at KABF Radio Station in Little Rock. They cut grass and picked up debris from around the station and they had a good time doing it.

Reminder that Local 100 is sponsoring a radio show at 9:00 A.M to 9:30 A.M every Thursday morning called "The Workplace." It is hosted by Toney Orr, our organizer in Little Rock Arkansas. We will be dealing with all topics pertaining to our members and working families in general. So, tune in to 88.3 KABF or live stream KABF 88.3.org and listen to the Work Place. And if you have any comments or stories of interest, call me at 501-588-3272 or email me at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .

Local 100 Welcomes New Member at Hollman Middle School PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 26 April 2013 02:41

Local 100 member Ms. Davis Food Service manager at Hollman Middle School in HISD signing up a new member.  

Look at What Aramark Thinks is a Proper School Lunch PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 05 April 2013 22:13

What seems wrong about this photo from a elementary school in Houston Texas.

Well, lets start with the lunch tray. No vegetables, no milk, no nothing but a order of greasy nachos and two cups of sugar, food coloring and ice.

Has this become the all American lunch that will fortify our children for the educational battle with workers of the world or just a profit machine for Aramark, the private company, that's making profits on the stomachs of our children?  You wonder why diabetes is running wild in HISD as Rome burns. Maybe fiddle music should be playing as we view this lunch.


Local 100 Meets with Congressman Al Green PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 05 April 2013 21:59

April 3rd, 2013

Excellent meeting with Congressman Al Green in Houston today about Comcast giving internet access, remittance justice on pricing for money transfers, the need for higher funding for Head Start workers, and increasing the minimum wage. What a great peoples' representative!


Dallas County Crossing Guards Fighting for Pay Raise PDF Print E-mail
Thursday, 04 April 2013 01:07


Dallas Crossing Guards met Saturday, 3/23 to come up with a pay raise demand for the Dallas County Schools budget committee meeting. Crossing Guards in Dallas were City of Dallas employees and part of the Dallas Police Department until they were trannsferred to Dallas County Schools a few months ago. Dallas County Schools is a County school district that provides support services and Transportation services to School Districts in Dallas County.

As city employees, they were able to draw unemployment during the summer but they lost the ability to do that when they were transferred because they became School Districts employees

Replacing that lost income, which amounts to 94 cents per hour, is a major issue. Rasheed Rashad pointed out that they had been promised $9.63 when they came to Dallas County Schools and had the documentation to prove it. So the calculation was simple. $9.63+$ .94= $10.57. The first Budget committee meeting will be April 11th, the next one is in June and the Budget has to be finished by July. Crossing Guards are justified in asking for a $2.24 per hour raise and are determined to get what they deserve.

Pictured are Anne Kail on the left, Rasheed Rashad in the middle and Lola Hollins on the right.


Arkansas Rallies Against Comcast PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 15 March 2013 15:45

Members of the United Labor Unions Local 100 and Arkansas Community Organizations and parents who have filed complaints with Comcast cable hold a rally outside KARK-TV , the Local NBC affiliate in Little Rock, Arkansas urging Comcast to be more active in getting internet essentials out to more families and to be accountable to what they promised they would do for our children here in Little Rock.




Local 100 Members at Press Conference at Comcast/KPRC-TV2 PDF Print E-mail
Thursday, 14 March 2013 18:48


Silva Ibarra, Dorothy Lindsey, Brenda Cisneros, Brenda Cisneros Jr., Peggy Gabriel

Internet Essentials

Comcast promised to make low cost Internet service available to kids at Head Start and on free lunch at school. With over 500,000 children qualified in the Houston area, less that 1% have been enrolled by Comcast in over two years.

Local 100 is demanding the following

• Comcast to set a goal of 250,000 children enrolled by 2016

• Require Comcast to greatly increase its direct outreach to children's families

• Require public disclosure of the number of customers of Internet Essentials since 2011 by zip code

Join the fight to make Comcast do right



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