Raising the standard for good working conditions is like a chain reaction. More people will see their work life can be better.

~ Clara Vargas, 32BJ Member, Florida
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NY Stands Up for Fast-Food Workers

Sign the petition NOW to tell the NY Wage Board to set a minimum wage for fast food workers of $15/hour!

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These Tufts Students, Trying to Save Janitors’ Jobs, Didn’t Eat for Five Days
For five days, several students at Tufts University stopped eating, staging a hunger strike to try to prevent campus janitors from getting laid off. Read More »
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Pitt Maintenance Workers Ratify Contract
The University of Pittsburgh has reached a new deal with 400 workers who maintain the school's buildings and grounds. Read More »

Recent Blog Posts

May 14, 2015
Pennsylvania’s Winning!
The past few months have been exciting in the State of Pennsylvania for 32BJ and its hardworking members. Read More »
April 22, 2015
Fight for $15 is a Fight for All Workers
From fast food workers, to janitors, to airport workers, the Fight for $15 is a fight for all workers. Read More »
March 19, 2015
Ratified!
Bronx residential members vote unanimously to ratify a new four-year contract at a meeting on March 19th. Read More »

Meet OUR MEMBERS

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Baltimore Members on Poverty, Police and Community
With the indictment of six police officers in Baltimore for the killing of Freddie Gray, the protests in the city have begun to subside. But for 32BJ members who live and work in Baltimore,...
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Aliyya Lee: Why I Fight!
Aliyya Lee is digging in her heels and ready for battle. She and the 400 other property service workers at the University of Pittsburgh are determined to win a new contract and a better...
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