Gallery: UNITE HERE A collection of images and documents related to the hotel workers’ union, UNITE HERE Local 11. A Local 11 member points to a meeting agenda University of Southern California workers appeal to students, faculty, and community members to support their effort to retain jobs. Regla Soto and fellow housekeepers march with quilt documenting their workplace injuries. Street theater in support of a living wage Maria Elena Durazo speaks to union members. Dolores Huerta, Jesse Jackson support USC workers. Community allies and members of HERE Local 11 announce a boycott of the New Otani Hotel. Organizers and members from several unions picket in support of HERE Local 11’s boycott of Canter’s Deli. Each panel of the Housekeepers’ Quilt documents one workers’ story. Union supporters march eastward on Century Blvd. Their signs link the civil rights movement of the 1960s to the immigrant rights movement of the 1990s and 2000s. Maria Elena Durazo is one of hundreds risking arrest on Century Blvd., September 2006 UNITE HERE Local 11 action at LAX, 2006 Union members & supporters begin the September 2006 Century Blvd. action Union members & allies stage a mass civil disobedience action Local 11 video on the September 2006 action on Century Blvd. Spanish language TV news reports on UNITE HERE Local 11 civil disobedience action on Century Blvd near LAX. Local 11 documentary on the 2004-5 contract campaign A news report on workers’ successful lawsuit to force Local 11 to translate meetings into Spanish. Rev. James Lawson and an actor portraying a ghostly character from Charles Dickens’ “A Christmas Carol”. A hand-made etching depicts a march of service workers. This tiny work of art (about 1 inch square) is part of the UNITE HERE Local 11 records. Miguel Contreras and Maria Elena Durazo together on the picket line, 1988. Mayor Tom Bradley speaks to a union audience. Hotel union leader Maria Elena Durazo, 1989. Airport workers protest low wages at Los Angeles International Airport Campaign flyer for HERE Local 11 leadership election in 1978 points to declining union power. Leaders of HERE Local 11 pose with Cesar Chavez, 1993 Return to the UNITE HERE case study.