Press Releases

Submitted by Administrator on September 25, 2017
Nurses in solidarity with LA Teachers

Nurses congratulate L.A. teachers on huge victory reached through collective action, worker solidarity

Registered nurses with the California Nurses Association/National Nurses United (CNA/NNU) applaud news that—as the result of a historic strike—30,000 educators represented by United Teachers of Los Angeles (UTLA) have reached an agreement, ratified in voting last night, with the L.A. Unified School District (LAUSD).

California Nurses Association
January 23, 2019
The Future is Medicare For All

National Nurses Statement on Proposals for Limited Health Care Reform as Opposed to Medicare for All

Efforts to pre-empt the growing mass movement for an expanded and improved Medicare for All by substituting instead a patchwork Medicare for some will only exacerbate the ongoing health care crisis for tens of millions of Americans.

National Nurses United
January 23, 2019
Without Teachers We Wouldn't Be Nurses

Nurses rally in solidarity with striking teachers, present $30,000 donation

Stressing the common fight of teachers and nurses in protecting our public education system and other public institutions from defunding and corporate privatization, the California Nurses Association and Minnesota Nurses Association announced today that they are donating $30,000 to help support children, parents, and teachers during the historic strike by tens of thousands of educators working for the Los Angeles Unified School District.

California Nurses Association
January 22, 2019

Union Women Are Powerful Women

Largest U.S. Registered Nurses Union to Champion Women Workers’ Rights at Women’s Marches

On Jan. 19, registered nurses from National Nurses United (NNU), the largest union of RNs in the country, will converge at Women’s Marches across the United States to highlight the importance of unions to women and working people, NNU announced today.

National Nurses United
US-Mexico border

Nurses Condemn Policy that Led to Deaths of Children from Families Seeking Asylum

"Nurses, whose life work is to protect and heal, are appalled at the lack of humane treatment for vulnerable children, and their families, who are seeking refuge and safety in the U.S."

National Nurses United
December 26, 2018