Josh Shapiro in the House!


Josh Shapiro, Pennsylvania Attorney General and the Democratic candidate for Governor of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, visited the Philadelphia Joint Board union hall on August 11th in a question-and-answer session with union members, sponsored by the Philadelphia Council of the AFL-CIO.  President Patrick Eiding spoke a few words and introduced Shapiro, who is a long-time friend to labor.  PJB staff members attended the gathering and a few were lucky enough to have their photo taken with our next Governor.

 L-R:  Michael Draper, Local 274 President and PJB Servicing Representative; Anne Marie Zaren, PJB Secretary-Treasurer; Attorney General Josh Shapiro; and Betsy McKown, PJB Administrative Assistant.

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Congratulations to Korshak Bagels owner Phil Korshak, and the Korshak employees who make their delectable bagels - our newest PJB members - on being named one of Bon Appétit's 50 Best New Restaurants in 2022! Get all the delicious information by clicking the photo above!

PJB Workers United members rally to urge Levi’s to join the Bangladesh Accord, an independent, legally binding agreement between brands and trade unions working towards a safe and healthy garment and textile industry in Bangladesh. See more photos and a video on our Organizing Page - click the logo below.

 

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