Entries by Kyle

LOS $30 POR HORA EN LOS ANGELES A UN PASO MAS CERCA

Con cientos de conductores reuniéndose en la camara del concilio de la ciudad y en las calles del centro de Los Angeles, el concililio municipal de Los Ángeles aprobó por unanimidad una moción el martes para instruir al personal de la ciudad a estudiar los salarios y los gastos comerciales de los conductores de viajes […]

$30/hr Motion PASSES In Los Angeles

With hundreds of drivers rallying in city hall and on the streets outside, the LA City Council unanimously passed a motion Tuesday instructing city staff to study the wages and business expenses of rideshare drivers in LA and to include recommendations on how to establish a minimum hourly wage in the city, with a goal of a […]

Unions For All Rally

MOBILE WORKERS ALLIANCE UNIONS FOR ALL RALLY AB5 has passed and Uber and Lyft are on the ropes. It’s time to show our strength with the biggest rideshare driver rally in history. We’re through taking crumbs from billion dollar companies like Uber and Lyft, join hundreds of drivers and Los Angeles union members to demand […]

Drivers Make History: 1000 Mile Caravan for AB5 and a Union

Over three days, our Mobile Workers Alliance caravan of Uber and Lyft drivers traveled nearly 1,000 miles (916 to be exact) to bring our fight for AB5 and a union straight to Uber HQ and the California state capitol. Our pilgrimage began Monday morning with a kickoff in downtown Los Angeles, where drivers Linda Valdivia, […]

Join Our Historic Caravan For Driver Rights

Three Day Caravan For AB5 & A Union Mobile Workers Alliance is hitting the road! From August 26-28, hundreds of MWA members will be taking their cars across California in a historic motor pilgrimage for driver rights. The journey is inspired by the United Farm Workers 1966 pilgrimage from Delano to Sacramento, led by Cesar […]

Making History – $30/hr Ordinance in El Monte!

It was a triumphant Wednesday evening in El Monte, as MWA drivers packed the city council chambers to testify about our mistreatment at the hands of Uber and Lyft and ask the city council to move toward a $30 an hour living wage for drivers in El Monte. When they heard about the challenges the […]