I think every shop steward should be training someone else and that person can be training someone else too.

~ Maurice Thomas, 32BJ Member, DC/VA/MD
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Security Officers Rally for New Contract

As their contract expiration looms on April 30, nearly 1,000 NYC security officers rallied at Bryant Park for a fair contract.

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Jersey City Moves Forward with 30-Hour Work Week for Building Service Workers
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Union Janitors Get Jobs Back
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Recent Blog Posts

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 »
January 14, 2016
Winning in the 1st State
The new year is off to a good start for commercial office cleaners in Delaware. We now have a strong, new four-year agreement thanks... Read More »
January 8, 2016
What We Achieved in Hudson Valley in 2015
As we begin 2016 and look forward to everything a new year can bring, I want to take this opportunity to reflect on what... Read More »

Meet OUR MEMBERS

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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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Maria Trejo: Optimism Is a Necessity of Life
“I have faith in the bargaining process for a new contract in the Hudson Valley, but we have to fight; we have to motivate other members to overcome their fear and to speak out.”
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