We are not fighting just for ourselves but we’re fighting for all working families.

~ Anna Dziubek, 32BJ Member, New York

We Won’t Back Down!

Stand together for an America where all work is valued and every family in every community has the opportunity to thrive.

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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

January 20, 2017
Fast Food Workers to Go to City Hall to Urge Council to Pass Package of Bills to Win a Fair Work Week & Better Jobs
Fast-food workers are visiting City Council members this Tuesday, January 24th to urge them to move quickly to pass a package of laws that... Read More »
January 18, 2017
New York Minimum Wage Workers: Check your Paycheck—You Got a Raise!
As of December 31, 2016 the minimum wage in New York went up for workers around the state. Nearly 2 million people should see... Read More »
January 5, 2017
Come to Washington DC. to Recommit to Dr. King’s Principles
On Saturday, January 14, just days ahead of the Presidential Inauguration and the weekend of Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s national holiday, we... 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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