Service Employees International Union (SEIU)

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The Service Employees International Union has always sought to organize workers in a wide range of occupations. Beginning with janitors and elevator operators when it formed in 1921, SEIU soon added security guards, window cleaners, health care workers, office workers and public sector employees. By 1968, the union represented service workers in over 100 occupations around the nation.

The SEIU quick link returns all content that has been tagged SEIU, which currently contains collection abstracts and images. Please note the pager at the bottom of this page. Your main contact at the Reuther is Sarah Lebovitz - Service Employees International Union Archivist (SEIU).

For additional information about SEIU please visit the Service Employees International Union Web site.

(29472) Nurse March, Washington, D.C., 1996Image
(29473) "National Health Care For Everyone," Solidarity Day, Washington, D.C., 1991Image
(29474) Nurse March, Washington, D.C., 1996Image
(29475) "Money is not the Issue, Patient Care Is," Nurse March, Washington, D.C., 1996Image
(29476) Nurse March, Washington, D.C., 1996Image
(29477) DemonstratorImage
(29478) SEIU Protester, Brazillian Embassy, Washington, D.C., 1996Image
(29479) Racial Profiling, March on Washington, Washington, D.C., 2000Image
(29480) "Short Staffing Kills," DemonstrationImage
(29481) "Uncle Sam Needs Unions!," Solidarity Day, Washington, D.C., 1991Image
(29482) "Right to Strike Right to Organize," Solidarity Day, Washington, D.C., 1991Image
(29483) Local 144, Labor Day Parade, New York, New York, 1982Image
(29484) Local 144, Labor Day, New York City Parade, 1982Image
(29485) Members, "Union Yes"Image
(29486) "No Scabs!," Solidarity Day, Washington, D.C., 1991Image
(29487) Solidarity, Solidarity Day, Washington, D.C., 1991Image
(29488) Anti-Scab, Solidarity Day, Washington, D.C., 1991Image
(29489) "Union and Proud," Solidarity Day, Washington, D.C., 1991Image
(29490) SEIU Demonstrators, Brazillian Embassy, Washington, D.C., 1996Image
(29491) Local 617, DemonstrationImage
(29492) Nigerian Embassy Demonstration, 1994Image
(29493) Justice for Janitors, World Bank Demonstration, 1989Image
(29494) "Uppity Workers Unite," Local 535, StrikeImage
(29495) Martin Luther King March, Washington, D.C., 1983Image
(29496) Demonstrators, Workers' Memorial Day, 1989Image
(29497) "OSHA Reform NOW!," DemonstrationImage
(29498) Local 500, Budget Cut Demonstration, 1991Image
(29499) Racial Profiling, March on Washington, Washington, D.C., 2000Image
(29500) Local 32BJ, Household Workers Organizing DemonstrationImage
(29501) George HardyImage
(29502) Anthony Weinlein, John Sweeney, AFL-CIO Convention Image
(29503) Al Barkan, George Hardy, Anthony Weinlein, SEIU Conference, Honolulu, Hawaii, 1976Image
(29504) President Johnson, George Fairchild, 1960Image
(29505) George Fairchild, Local 25, 1959Image
(29506) Jack Depo, George Luke, William McFetridge, George Hardy, 1953Image
(29507) Local 9 Officer Installation, George Hardy, 1952.Image
(29508) Local 399 Groundbreaking, George Hardy, 1964.Image
(29509) Retail Clerks Union Exhibit, George HardyImage
(29510) Local 399, George Hardy, Thomas YoungImage
(29511) Glenn Anderson, George Hardy, Clark, 1962Image
(29512) Jimmy Murphy, George Hardy, 1955.Image
(29513) George Hardy, PresentingImage
(29514) Local 399, DemonstrationImage
(29515) George Hardy, SEIU Convention, Washington, D.C., 1968Image
(29516) George Hardy, Cissy Hardy, SEIU Western Conference, 1975Image
(29517) George Hardy, Local 399, Paramount General Hospital Demonstration, 1975Image
(29518) George Hardy, Local 399, Paramount General Hospital Demonstration and Interview, 1975Image
(29519) George Hardy Center Dedication, Los Angeles, California, 1980Image
(29520) George Hardy, Public Workers Conference, 1978Image
(29521) George Meany, George Hardy, 1977Image
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