We have a “new normal” in which income inequality is growing even during cycles of economic recovery. The San Francisco Living Wage Coalition is developing an analysis of the underpinnings of this new economy, the growing income inequality, and increasing wealth disparity. By understanding how our economy is constructed, the San Francisco Living Wage Coalition can begin to transform it. Read more in “Our Campaigns” section.

A New Grito for a Change

Join us as we celebrate Mexican and Central American Independence Day as we continue to fight for worker rights for all.

We acknowledge our recent donors

Unions and organizations: the International Union of Painters and Allied Trades District Council 16, Peninsula Auto Machinists Lodge 1414, San Francisco Senators, Sanitary Truck Drivers and Helpers Teamsters Local 350, and the United Food and Commercial Workers Local 5.

Individuals: Edward and Mattie Al-Ghani, Jonathan Bonato, Robert Bustamonte, Joe Berry and Helena Worthen, Alyse Ceirante, Frank Martin del Campo, Alice Rogoff, and Mary Jane Mikuriya, in memory of Betty de Losada.