Our political work has an impact on us in the workplace so it’s something we need to do in the union too.

~ Anthony Faulk, 32BJ Member, Mid-Atlantic District

New England 615 Member Profiles

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... Read More »
Richard Adams: I Refuse to Be the Norm
We are stronger than that. We are better than that. We can change the airport. Those $10 an hour didn't come out of the blue. We fought for them. And we'll continue fighting for... Read More »
Emmanuel Sebit: A Hell of a Job
I came to America running away from war and political unrest. With my home country of South Sudan caught up in an endless conflict, I wanted peace more than anything. So I came to... Read More »
Heleodora Caraballo
" I tell people that we need elected officials who will not just support us as workers and union members, but also as members of the community, as parents. That’s my inspiration to keep... Read More »
Roxana Rivera
The daughter of Salvadoran immigrants who fled the Central American country in the 70s, Roxana Rivera has been organizing low-wage workers for over twenty years, fighting for workers’ rights and justice for immigrants. She... Read More »