Support Campus Workers! Secure a Fair Deal: SEIU Local 2007 Contract 2019

Stanford University

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We, the undersigned students and affiliates of Stanford University, stand united in solidarity with the over 12,000 Stanford campus workers as they demand their right to living wages appropriate for the Bay Area, affordable housing, job security, healthcare, transportation benefits, and retiree coverage so they can live, work, and retire with dignity.


This August, SEIU 2007, the local union chapter representing Stanford service employees, will begin contract negotiations on behalf of their union members. This new contract has the potential to lock in worker rights for the next several years and its imperative that we protect worker rights.


Supporting the fair treatment of workers is a matter of basic human decency and respect for their rights.


SEIU 2007 union leadership and the workers they represent have our steadfast solidarity and our unconditional support as they push for a contract that achieves these goals. It is not only unionized workers that deserve our support — the other 8,000 non-benefits-eligible workers on campus and 8,000 more staff members who work at Stanford deserve consideration, from maintenance workers to contracted construction workers to graduate students. The standards for union workers drive the standards for all workers on the Stanford campus, all of which we strongly and unequivocally support.


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Hannah Zimmerman
New York, New York

To: Stanford University
From: [Your Name]

We, the undersigned students and affiliates of Stanford University, stand united in solidarity with the over 12,000 Stanford campus workers as they demand their right to living wages appropriate for the Bay Area, affordable housing, job security, healthcare, transportation benefits, and retiree coverage so they can live, work, and retire with dignity.

This August, SEIU 2007, the local union chapter representing Stanford service employees, will begin contract negotiations on behalf of their union members. This new contract has the potential to lock in worker rights for the next several years and its imperative that we protect worker rights.

Supporting the fair treatment of workers is a matter of basic human decency and respect for their rights.

SEIU 2007 union leadership and the workers they represent have our steadfast solidarity and our unconditional support as they push for a contract that achieves these goals. It is not only unionized workers that deserve our support — the other 8,000 non-benefits-eligible workers on campus and 8,000 more staff members who work at Stanford deserve consideration, from maintenance workers to contracted construction workers to graduate students. The standards for union workers drive the standards for all workers on the Stanford campus, all of which we strongly and unequivocally support.