Everybody should have a union…. It gives us a voice. It gives you the power to change things that need to be changed.

~ Leslie Williams, 32BJ Member, New Jersey

Solidarity Fund for Haitian Relief

32BJ stands with Haiti and we are collecting donations into the 32BJ solidarity fund to contribute to relief work in the aftermath of Hurricane Matthew.

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Janitors vote to authorize strike if no deal is reached
More than a thousand janitors marched through Back Bay on Saturday afternoon, cheering and waving signs after their union voted unanimously to authorize a... Read More »
Cleaning After Hours
Mohamed Zaker, a janitor at Harvard University, talks about his work and life. Read More »

Recent Blog Posts

October 20, 2016
All Politics Is Local: Why I am Supporting Joe Hohenstein in Pennsylvania
I support Joe Hohenstein for State Rep, Hillary Clinton for President and Katie McGinty for Senate because the stakes have never been higher. Read More »
July 6, 2016
Coming Together for a Good Contract
This year more than 400 32BJ Western Pennsylvania school members will bargain for new contracts. However, the bargaining environment has never been tougher. Read More »
June 8, 2016
At Logan Airport: Faces Of Economic Inequality
Anyone looking to capture an image of income inequality at a glance need look only to a major metropolitan airport like Logan International Airport. Read More »


Jonathan Mancia: “My daughter’s future is what keeps me focused.”
"I attended union meetings and tried to educate my co-workers who didn’t quite ‘get it’. There are some people who think that because they pay dues, they don’t have to do anything. It’s important...
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Marla Blunt: A Pittsburgh That Works for Working People
My name is Marla Blunt. I’m a food service employee at Duquesne University. I had the opportunity to serve as a member on Pittsburgh’s wage review board examining income disparities of those making less...
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