• Planned Parenthood Advocates Mar Monte

  • Equal Rights Advocates

  • East Bay Stonewall Democratic Club

  • East Bay Young Democrats

  • Alameda County Democratic Party

  • Green Party of Alameda County

  • Asian Pacific Environmental Network (APEN) ACTION

  • Alameda County United in Defense of Immigrant Rights (ACUDIR)

  • Mujeres Unidas y Activas

  • Showing Up for Racial Justice (SURJ) Bay Area

  • Ella Baker Center for Human Rights

  • Restaurant Opportunities Center (ROC) the Bay

  • Chinese Progressive Association

  • Street Level Health Project

  • Partnership for Working Families

  • Oakland Rising Action

  • Worksafe

  • National Employment Law Project (NELP)

  • Causa Justa::Just Cause

  • Oakland Peace Center

  • California Immigrant Youth Justice Alliance (CIYJA)

  • Prophetic Public Witness Team of First Congregational Church of Oakland

  • Second Acts

  • Interfaith for Black Lives

  • SEIU 1021

  • Alameda Labor Council

  • Harvey Milk LGBTQ Democratic Club

  • Alliance of Californians for Community Empowerment (ACCE) Action

  • Council on American-Islamic Relations, California (CAIR-CA) - San Francisco Bay Area

  • Urban Habitat

  • Rubicon Programs

  • Evolve-CA

  • Metropolitan Greater Oakland (MGO) Democratic Club

  • Tech Equity Collaborative


  • East Bay Express

Community Leaders

  • Cat Brooks, Executive Director, Justice Teams Network, Co-Founder, Anti Police-Terror Project

  • Nikki Fortunato Bas

  • Saied Karamooz

Faith Leaders

  • Rev Sandhya Jha

  • Rev Damita Davis-Howard

  • Cherri Murphy

  • First Mennonite Church of SF

Elected Officials

  • U.S. Representative Barbara Lee, CA 13th District

  • State Senator Nancy Skinner, CA District 9

  • Assemblymember Rob Bonta, CA District 18

  • Councilmember Rebecca Kaplan, Oakland, At-Large

  • Councilmember Noel Gallo, Oakland, District 5

  • Councilmember Abel Guillén, Oakland, District 2

  • Councilmember Dan Kalb, Oakland, District 1

  • Mayor Libby Schaaf, Oakland

For Fair Workplaces and Ending Sexual Assault on the Job

Across the country and here in Oakland, women and low wage workers are saying “Time’s Up” on sexual assault and unfair workplaces. The initiative will support, protect, and uplift the voices of hotel housekeepers, who are overwhelmingly women of color and immigrants. We need your support to ensure this measure passes in Oakland!

We endorse the “Time’s Up” Oakland ballot campaign that will:

1) Address sexual assault in the workplace among hotel workers by providing a panic button to every hotel room cleaner and creating procedures to protect workers who are assaulted or threatened on the job.

2) Set a living wage and workload standard to address wage theft and inhumane workloads that leave housekeepers exhausted and vulnerable to displacement.

3) Increase enforcement to support all minimum wage workers & ensure Oakland labor standards are followed.

*By endorsing, you agree to have your name/organization/company name appear publicly in literature, on the web, and potentially in the media.