Press Releases

Submitted by Administrator on September 25, 2017
Nurses holds signs "Racial Justic Now"

National Nurses United statement on racial justice

National Nurses United (NNU) stands with the family of George Floyd and the millions of people who took to the streets last summer demanding true justice and social change. NNU calls for a public commitment to solutions to end structural racism and promote social equity and healing.

National Nurses United
April 13, 2021

RNRN volunteer administering vaccines

Covid-19 vaccine clinic in South Los Angeles extended through May

Nurse volunteers from the Registered Nurse Response Network (RNRN) have been vaccinating the South Los Angeles community for the past six weeks at the Kedren Community Health Center, in partnership with International Medical Corps.

RN Response Network
April 13, 2021


Union Nurses Keep Tahoe Safe

Barton RNs to hold two-day strike April 16-17

Registered nurses at Barton Memorial Hospital in South Lake Tahoe, Calif. will hold a two-day strike starting on April 16, 2021 as Barton’s board of directors is refusing to address persistent patient safety issues, including short staffing and deepening nurse recruitment and retention problems.

California Nurses Association
April 12, 2021

Racism is a public health crisis

Nurses to hold vigil demanding an end to acts of racist violence against Asians

Registered nurses at Providence Little Company of Mary in Torrance will hold a socially distant vigil in solidarity with Asian communities on Friday, April 9 at 6:30 p.m

California Nurses Association
April 8, 2021

Trans Pride Flag

Nurses condemn state anti-trans health care laws ‘health care is a human right, blocking access is immoral’

National Nurses United today condemned far-right, discriminatory state legislative attacks in Arkansas and North Carolina to restrict health care services for transgender youths as a “disgraceful attack on the human right to health care.”

National Nurses United
April 7, 2021