The benefits we win come from us being strong together in the union.

~ Yeny Nuñez, 32BJ Member, Connecticut
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Raise America!

More than 13,000 cleaners in Massachusetts and Rhode Island are fighting for a fair commercial contract.

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Philly Airport Workers Vote to Strike During DNC
When Democrats arrive in Philadelphia later this month for their party's convention, they might be met by a picket line. Read More »
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MIT pay raise shows janitors’ union clout
Under a new contract approved Thursday, janitors at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology will soon make more than $49,000 a year, nearly as much... Read More »

Recent Blog Posts

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 »
April 21, 2016
I Stand with Katie McGinty
My name is Mike Brown. I am a 32BJ SEIU security officer with Allied Barton at Temple University. On Tuesday, I am supporting Katie... Read More »

Meet OUR MEMBERS

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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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Muniru Owe: A Call to Action
If you ask him why he fights he'll tell you ... "I like to see people get what they deserve... Raise America means you raise standards for all workers."
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