Press Releases

Submitted by Administrator on September 25, 2017
Nurse holds sign "Nurses say Black Lives Matter"

Today City of Hope Medical Center Nurses to Hold Juneteenth Candlelight Vigil in Support of Black Lives Matter

Nurses at City of Hope Medical Center, are hosting a Juneteenth candlelight vigil in support of and in solidarity with Black Lives Matter - Nurses for Black Lives.

California Nurses Association/National Nurses United
June 19, 2020
Kentucky State Rep. Charles Booker

National Nurses United Endorses Charles Booker for U.S. Senate

National Nurses United (NNU), the nation's largest union of registered nurses, announced today that it has endorsed State Rep. Charles Booker for U.S. Senate to represent the Commonwealth of Kentucky. Booker is running against Senator Mitch McConnell in next Tuesday’s primary.

National Nurses United
June 19, 2020
United States Supreme Court Building

Nurses Call DACA, LGBTQ Rulings Victories For Justice, Human Rights

National Nurses United today praised the Supreme Court rulings this week protecting the rights of Dreamers and LGBTQ workers as significant victories for human rights and social justice.

National Nurses United
June 18, 2020
nurse holding sign

Nurses to Hold Juneteenth Actions to Protest Lack of Police Accountability and Demand Justice

Kaiser nurses and frontline health care workers will hold Juneteenth actions in Northern and Southern California to peacefully protest the lack of police accountability and demand justice for local communities and an end to systemic racism, which is at the heart of much of the current crisis.

California Nurses Association
June 18, 2020
N95 Masks

MNA and NNU Renew Call for Halt of COVID-19 Mask Decontamination Processes After UMass Scientist Questions Safety of Re-Used Masks Due to Lack of Rigorous Testing

The Massachusetts Nurses Association (MNA) and National Nurses United (NNU) have renewed their calls for an immediate halt to COVID-19 mask decontamination processes because the testing of decontaminated masks fails to meet established scientific standards.

Massachusetts Nurses Association/National Nurses United