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 Arkansas Welcomes New Members PDF Print E-mail
Saturday, 24 November 2012 23:22

These are the new faces of some of our newest members. These members are from the Warren Human Development Center where we added 8 new members. Also, Alexander Juvenile Center where we added two new members and added 5 from the Conway Human Development Center. We would also like to thank all the members of Local 100 Arkansas for their help and support during the Presidential election. So many of our members in Arkansas got out and made sure that they made phone calls and transported voters to the poles, so thank you for your hard work.   

We also want to thank Freda Holster from Dallas County DHS, who won a grievance after being suspended for five days. Not only were we able to get the suspension overturned, but she received five days of back pay. Local 100 has also been involved with talks with DHS administrators on various topics including pay raises, work loads performance evaluations and working environments  So, we look forward to getting back to meetings in December to get some of these topics resolved. Until next time, we will keep moving and keep growing.





One Day for Obama in Houston PDF Print E-mail
Monday, 29 October 2012 21:54

Dororthy Lindsay, Head Start Teacher for GCCSA in Houston is standing next to President Obama while getting ready to make phone calls to Florida to help the Presdient win. Dorothy stated, "The President has done a lot for Head Start and since I'm a Head start employee I felt it was my responibilty to stand up for him. I'm not only here today but I'm coming back everyday next week to work for Obama because he has stood up for me."

Ida Skinner, another Head Start employee at GCCSA in Houston (green shirt) stated, " I voted for the President in 2008 but didn't help in the campaign. This time I thought he needed my help so here I am. I hope every Local 100 member that reads this story can find the time to at least have "One Day for Obama" before November 6th.

Victory is ours, if we take it.

GCCSA Ratifies New 3 Year Contract PDF Print E-mail
Monday, 29 October 2012 21:14

With an overwhelming vote for ratification Local 100 members from Gulf Coast Community Service Association agreed to a new three (3) year contract that includes a 2.8% pay raise, increase pay for Teacher Aides when teaching a class without a teacher, $2 more an hour and better protections under the arbritation rules. Importantly we had no increase in the cost of health insurance or any changes in the pension plan. Steward Sheila Frazier stated, "we have a good contract, great health insurance and a pay raise, life is good."

Local 100 Speaks up for Diversity at the Supreme Court PDF Print E-mail
Saturday, 13 October 2012 02:37

Diversity Equals Success

University of Texas vs. Fisher

before the U.S. Supreme Court

October 17, 2012

Field Director of Local 100 United Labor Unions, Orell Fitzsimmons and his wife Judy Graves of the Communication Workers of America spoke on the front steps of the U.S. Supreme Court Wednesday October 17, 2012 at a press conference held by The Leadership Conference for Civil and Human Rights, concerning a case being heard by the U.S. Supreme Court, about affirmative action as it relates to college admissions.

In 2008 a student , Ms. Fisher, sued the University of Texas because her application to attend was rejected due to a number of reason including race. UT has an admission policy that allows less achieving minority students to attend in an attempt to produce a more diverse student body. Ms. Fisher argued she was discriminated against because she was white.

Orell stated, " We are here today to let the Supreme Court know we have a long history in Texas concerning discrimination, may it be voting rights or education. UT has tried to make a change in that history. Our belief in the importance of diverse learning environments is not just pie in the sky, we have seen the benefits of young people of many nationalities and ethnic groups learning togther. As PTA volunteers, we experienced up close how diverse groups of kids work and play together making hot air balloons, playing chess and many other activities. I believe we just don't learn as much or as well when we are surrounded by people just like ourselves. Diversity doesn't just happen in Texas, the Supreme Court needs to reaffirm the University of Texas' right to foster diversity."

Should any members have children that wish to attend any university in Texas, Louisiana or Arkansas feel free to contact our office to allow us to help with the process.

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Dallas Bus Drivers Speak Out PDF Print E-mail
Saturday, 22 September 2012 19:11
Dallas County school bus drivers held an action to protest a dangerous intersection.  Here is the video coverage from local CBS and NBC.
Local 100 Welcomes New Members in Lonoke, Arkansas PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 14 August 2012 02:53

These 6 ladies are all smiles after becoming the newest members of Local 100 Arkansas. These ladies work for the Department of Human Services in Lonoke, Arkansas. They joined along with another co-worker who had to get back to work. So, we welcome them to the team, Local 100 a force to be reckoned with in the state of Arkansas.


Local 100 Leadership Conference PDF Print E-mail
Sunday, 22 July 2012 16:08

July 21st, 2012 ~ Local 100 members from Louisiana, Texas, and Arkansas as well as members from A Community Voice attended the Local 100 Leadership Conference this weekend in New Orleans. Members participated in workshops on Community Unionism and grievance training.  In addition, the head of the Louisiana Democratic Party and Louisiana State Senator Karen Carter-Peterson shared information with the group on the impact of state Medicaid and healthcare cuts. 







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