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Apr 22, 2022 | News Story

Members of the Housing Works Union held a worker speak-out across the street from Housing Works’ annual Design on a Dime fundraiser this week, highlighting the many issues that remain unresolved in contract negotiations.

Apr 22, 2022 | News Story

On March 14th, VA Secretary Denis McDonough issued recommendations destined for review by the Asset and Infrastructure Review (AIR) Commission, a board created by the 2018 VA MISSION Act, a bill designed to promote vast privatization of VA healthcare. If approved, Sec.

Apr 8, 2022 | News Story

Over the past month, thousands of union members across NYC and the nation signed petitions, wrote letters and called our senators. And now…we celebrate!

Mar 18, 2022 | News Story

The Actors Fund is excited to spread the word about new rent-stabilized, upscale apartments for moderate and middle-income households along the waterfront in Brooklyn and the Bronx.

Feb 4, 2022 | News Story

Are you a union member, residing in NYC, looking to get more involved in your community? Applications are open for NYC Community Boards, the most grassroots level of city government. Find out more here.

Jan 21, 2022 | News Story

The AFL-CIO Housing Investment Trust (HIT) is helping to finance the $337.7 million new construction of 311 West 42nd Street, a mixed-use development comprised of 330 residential rental units, 83 of which are affordable, and 41,678 square feet of rentable retail space.

Jan 21, 2022 | News Story

Community Boards are the most grassroots level of New York City’s government and serve an advisory role providing recommendations to the City Council and the Office of the Borough President and working with City agencies to resolve local service issues.

Jan 14, 2022 | News Story

After ten long weeks on strike, in what became the largest labor action in the country, student workers at Columbia University have reached a tentative contract