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Making History - One Organizing at a time

During the COVID-19 pandemic, essential workers — people who have kept food available, staffed health care facilities and much more — have been recognized because as they've maintained critical services, they've also risked exposure to the virus. These workers, rightly, have been held up as frontline heroes, people to whom other Americans owed a debt. Politicians stressed how important this work was and continue to do so. Their work is the subject of advertisements, lawn signs and media campaigns.



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Office and Professional Employees International Union was chartered in 1945 and with more than 104,000 members (representing 110,000 employees) strong, we’re one of the larger unions of the AFL-CIO.  OPEIU has locals in every state, Puerto Rico and Canada. 

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80 Eighth Avenue
(entrance at 265 West 14th Street)
Suite 201
New York, NY 10011
Phone:  (800) 346-7348 / (212)-675-3210