Union Aids In Union Busting Campaign

The Philadelphia Museum of Art has always claimed that they respected the rights of their workers to form their own union. Museum spokes people have claimed that they were “neutral” when they were asked weather they supported the efforts of the…Read More

Urgent: Prayer Vigil, tomorrow at museum

We are just days away from a historic election that might form an independent labor union for the security guards at the Philadelphia Museum of Art! Please join us for a short prayer vigil at 5:15 pm at the west entrance of the Philadelphia Museum of Art.…Read More

Philadelphians Beg For Change at the Museum of Art

You Can Help! Drop of your change jar to be donated to the museum on Mr Rubs first day of work at Jobs with Justice at 1315 Spruce St! Fabricio Volunteers Panhandle To Help Timothy Rub Of Art Pay Its Security Bill On Sunday, volunteers from Jobs with…Read More

Watch this video about the guards

The Welcoming Change video has been posted here http://www.phillyjwj.org/ Also, be sure to read the article about us in today's Philadelphia Weekly http://www.philadelphiaweekly.com/news-and-opinion/Financial-Insecurity.html

RSVP for tomorrow's screening and donate!

A video Message To Incoming Museum Director Highlights Worker Hardships And Hopes Philadelphia, PA- A video being premiered tomorrow at 6:30 pm at 4205 Chestnut St. is part documentary and part a direct message to Timothy Rub, the incoming director of the…Read More

PHILADELPHIA MUSEUM BECOMING KNOWN FOR SOMETHING BESIDES ART: National Debate About Union Organizing Turns Philadelphia

When the security officers at the Philadelphia Museum of Art have rallied against a recent roll back of their $.25 per hour raise, they could have never guessed that there modest cause could become an example of in a nation-wide debate over the Employee Free…Read More

SECURITY GUARDS WELCOME CHANGE AT THE PHILADELPHIA MUSEUM OF ART: 13 Minute Film Tells Guards Message To Timothy Rub

The security officers at the Philadelphia Museum of Art have been holding out hope for improved working conditions for a long time. Thus far, they have they tried to communicate via the standard methods of written letters and phone calls, yet their requests…Read More
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