1199SEIU New York City

310 West 43rd Street
New York, NY 10036
(212) 582-1890


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1199 began as New York City pharmacists’ Union in 1932 and New York City remains, to this day, the primary base of the organization. In 1959, the largely male, Jewish drugstore Union began to transform itself by launching drives to organize the city’s voluntary, not-for profit hospitals and their primarily female, African-American and Latino workers.

Number of Members: 200,000
Number of Delegates:
4,247
Number of Facilities:
1,138

 

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Delegates


Everyday, 1199SEIU members are continuing to build on our historic growth in New York by uniting and organizing healthcare and home care workers across the state.

 

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Web_ready_100.jpgAs President Obama held a Leaders Summit on Refugees during the United Nations General Assembly in New York, more than 150 members of 1199SEIU came together for a Labor Round Table on the refugee crisis at the union’s headquarters on the other side of town. 

NYSprimaryVictory2016_feat.pngLiving up to the reputation of “political powerhouse,” the hard work of 1199SEIU members once again played an important role in achieving victory for all seventeen of the 1199-backed candidates in the 2016 NYS Primary election. The endorsed candidates, almost all running for a seat in the Assembly or Senate, and all committed to the 1199 Action Platform, were supported with a door-to-door field effort and/or communications program.

LaborDay2016_feat.jpgMembers of 1199SEIU joined thousands of New York City’s working women and men in New York City’s annual Labor Day Parade on Sept. 10. Unions from every sector marched under the theme #Unionmade, reinforcing New York’s heritage as a union town and reminding the public that the City is built and maintained by hardworking union men and women.

WestIndianDay2016_feat.jpg1199SEIU's "Enchanted Garden" themed contingent added to the splendor of the 49th annual West Indian Day Parade held Sept. 5 in Brooklyn, NY. The yearly display of Caribbean culture lit up Eastern Parkway and drew more than 2 million visitors.

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