“They have to be aware that the people who work for them are not just statistics, but we are people. The union has allowed us to show that and use our voices.”

~ Michael Greene, 32BJ Member, New York

Remembering Those We Lost

Today we mark the 16th anniversary of the tragic September 11th attacks. Our thoughts are with everyone who lost loved ones in the attacks on the World Trade Center, the Pentagon and in Pennsylvania.

For the 32BJ family, it is a time to remember our sisters and brothers who were working in the Twin Towers on that day. Hundreds of our members were at the World Trade Center on that day but were able to escape. Tragically 24 of our sisters and brothers did not survive.

When we fight to organize, to win fair contracts and to make our voice heard in politics, we honor all of these brave members. We also honor them when we fight to make our world a more peaceful and safer place for all workers and all people.

The memory of the sisters and brothers that we lost lives on in their families, their communities and in our union.  Click here to go to our memorial website.

We still miss them all. We will never forget them.

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