If you found asbestos in a home, wouldn’t you tell the people who live there right away?
1199 members traveled to Annapolis Thursday for our annual legislative action day and took some time out for a special visit to the Maryland Chamber of Commerce.
1199 members and community activists rallied Thursday in downtown Baltimore to save the historic Read’s Drug Store building, site of a groundbreaking 1955 sit-in to desegregate the store’s lunch counter.
Over one-hundred-and-fifty 1199SEIU delegates and guests met Wednesday for a special delegates assembly celebrating Black History Month and focusing on our union’s deep ties to the civil rights movement.
Commuters coming through Baltimore’s Penn Station are seeing more than a sales pitch on the station’s billboards and kiosks.