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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KABF Meet & Greet PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 22 February 2013 01:28

KABF sponsored a meet and greet at the Arkansas State Capitol. It gave organizations a chance to see and network with KABF and see what 100,00 watts and the voice of the people could do for their organization.




Local 100 Arkansas Welcomes New Members PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 22 February 2013 01:18

We would like to welcome four more ladies from the Warren Human Development Center as new members of Local 100. Over the past 3 months, we have signed up more than forty members before summer. These ladies are just four of the eleven that signed up in one day on the 13th of February. Keep on rolling Warren, job well done.

new member 1

new member 2
Protest to End Tax Cuts for the Rich PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 22 February 2013 01:01

Protesting at the Arkansas State Capitol members of Local 100 and ACO (Arkansas Community Organization) and in Pine Bluff, AR to end tax cuts for the richest 20% of Americans and to quit out sourcing our jobs. Member Brainard Bivens from Pine Bluff knows it takes all of us fighting together to keep our jobs and to make a difference.



New Three Year Contract in Shreveport for Head Start Workers PDF Print E-mail
Thursday, 14 February 2013 03:49

On January 30 the Local 100 bargaining committee agreed to a new three year contract which will extend the contract for a total for a total of seven years. We recieved increased job protections and a clearer understanding of the rights of baragining unit employees when called into a meeting that may result discpline.


from left Bargaining Committee members - Sandra Williams, Jacqueline Danvenport, Jeanetta Tyson, Angela Adkins & Local 100 Chief Organizer Wade Rathke


from left: Orell Fitzsimmons, Local 100 Field Director, Bargaining Committee members Sandra Williams, Angela Adkins, & Jeanetta Tyson.

"With what is happening in the U.S. Congress there is no better time than now to have a strong Union at a Head Start agency. We must be a voice to protect Head Start against the powers in Congress that wish to put an end to the whole agency" said Angela Adkins, Chief Steward at CCAA Head Start. 

Labor Breakfast PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 26 December 2012 20:17

Group photos with Local 100 ULU members and Martin Luther King III at Congressman Al Green's Labor Breakfast in Houston Texas December 19, 2012.

Congressman Al Green and Sheila Frazier, Treasure of Local 100 and an employee of Gulf Coast Community Service Association Head Start program.

Martin stated that the progressive moment must not forget the struggle for poor people, the need for reform on issues about home ownership and to continue to fight to for all people of the world to be "free at last".

Congressman Al Green will continue to fight for a living wage bill in Congress that will tie the minimum wage to the rate in inflation that would increase the rate every four years automatically. During the 112th Congress, Congressman Al Green re-introduced the Living American Wage Act, which would increase the minimum wage by 15 percent above the poverty line every four years.



Action at US Rep. Tim Griffin's Office PDF Print E-mail
Sunday, 16 December 2012 21:58

Members of Local 100 and Arkansas Community Organizations (ACO) were out in front of U.S Rep Tim Griffin's office asking him to look out for the middle class and not millionaires. We also wanted Rep. Griffin to know that ending tax cuts for the rich 2% would increase revenue, and it would help states like Arkansas with medicaid and medicare. We also had a meeting with our members in Pine Bluff, along with ACO and other citizens from Pine Bluff. We wanted to inform the community about how the state wants to cut services, medicare and medicaid and long term care which will affect not only our members who work for the Department of Human Services and the people they serve. We know that our members do not want any cuts that may have an adverse impact on jobs and services.



Local 100 Welcomes New Members in Warren, Arkansas PDF Print E-mail
Sunday, 16 December 2012 21:48

Great news from Warren, Arkansas where the Southeast Arkansas Human Development Center is located thanks to hard work from our two lead persons Ken Ridgell and Henrietta Collins. We were able to sign up 18 new people and we also have 6 other people who also are ready to become members. Local 100 making a difference in the state of Arkansas and ready to help our state workers.




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