U.S. Immigration and Custom’s Enforcement Homeland Security Investigations raided Koch Foods’ food processing plants in Mississippi arresting 680 people, the majority of them Hispanic.
In the aftermath of Héctor Figueroa’s untimely death, 32BJ SEIU’s executive board had to elect a new president. They’ve found their man.
32BJ SEIU president Hector Figueroa has died from a heart attack
Ambitious is an understatement. With the goal of making the economy carbon neutral, Albany legislators passed the Climate Action & Leadership Protection Act during the last stretch of the latest session.
This week, New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio announced New York City’s Green New Deal to attack global warming which includes $14 billion in new investments and legislation by the city.
32BJ SEIU endorsed Queens Borough President Melinda Katz for Queens district attorney.
With a possible strike on the horizon, Bronx building workers agreed to a tentative deal with the Bronx Realty Advisory board.
Bronx apartment building workers planned to rally Wednesday for a fair contract and to hold a vote to strike.
The deportation of a porter, and union member, is delayed for now. But that itself is a victory for 32BJ SEIU.
The biggest online retailer in the world told one of the most union-dominated cities that its workers will not organize on their watch.
President Donald Trump didn’t get what he wanted for Christmas, and 32BJ isn’t shedding any tears.
A ruling in Texas could threaten the lifeline of the Affordable Care Act.
After weeks of talks between Spectrum and IBEW Local 3 abruptly broke down last week, the union will take it back to the picket lines—with New York State Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s help.
A local labor union, 32BJ SEIU, and the American Civil Liberties Union have criticized U.S. Customs and Border Protection over tear gassing migrants at the U.S./Mexico border.
Local airport workers might finally get what they’ve wanted for years: a raise in their minimum wage.