May Day March #SBSLAUNFAIR
Elected officials, members of the Los Angeles labor community, and SAG-AFTRA members gathered at the SAG-AFTRA Community Forum at the Los Angeles County Federation of Labor on Aug. 29. From left: Julie Gutman Dickinson, partner at Bush Gottlieb and outside counsel for SAG-AFTRA; SAG-AFTRA members Abraham Chavez, Jon Huertas, DJ Mr. Boro and Yareli Arizmendi; SAG-AFTRA President Gabrielle Carteris; L.A. City Councilmember David E. Ryu; and Antonio Bernabe, Organizing Director for the Coalition for Humane Immigrant Rights (CHIRLA). Photo by Jesse Grant/SAG-AFTRA.
Jon Huertas and Esai Morales and SBS talent
La Ley sports commentator Elizabeth Jiménez called on SBS to provide a fair first contract to its SAG-AFTRA employees during a press conference in front of La Ley’s Chicago offices Sept. 4, 2019.
SAG-AFTRA members rally outside Spanish Broadcasting System’s Miami headquarters. Photo credit: SAG-AFTRA. Damon has not approved the caption but Tom has seen it and has no changes.
Getting the word out RadioInk Forecast 2020. Spanish Broadcasting System execs refuse to bargain in good faith, offering their employees double digit wage cuts and furloughs instead of a fair deal. The holidays won’t be so “happy” for everyone. #SAGAFTRAUNIDOS
This is more than just a job. This is their lives. Fighting for fair pay and economic justice at MEGA and LA RAZA. Broadcast professionals at these two LA radio stations share personal stories about their fight for fair pay.
SAG-AFTRA talent at MEGA 96.3 and La Raza 97.9 stand united for a living wage. Watch this video and show your support using #SAGAFTRAUNIDOS
Felix Castillo (DJ Mr. Boro) speaks at the SAG-AFTRA Community Forum about injustices by 97.9 La Raza and Mega 96.3.
SAG-AFTRA President Gabrielle Carteris stands by our union brothers and sisters at La Raza 97.9 FM and MEGA 96.3 FM.