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UNITE HERE represents workers throughout the U.S. and Canada who work in the hotel, gaming, food service, manufacturing, textile, distribution, laundry, and airport industries.

UNITE HERE boasts a diverse membership, comprising workers from many immigrant communities as well as high percentages of African-American, Latino, and Asian-American workers. The majority of UNITE HERE members are women.

Through organizing, UNITE HERE members have made apparel jobs in the South, hotel housekeeping jobs in cities across North America, and hundreds of thousands of other traditionally low-wage jobs into good, family-sustaining, middle class jobs.


We represent workers in airports across the US and Canada. Our members work in the stores and restaurants in airport terminals, as well as in-flight catering and airport hotels.


We represent food service workers across the US and Canada. Our members prepare and serve food in colleges, K-12 schools, corporate cafeterias, airports, stadiums and event centers.


We represent workers in the gaming industry in the United States and Canada. Our members are food & beverage workers, cashiers, slot attendants, casino porters, and housekeepers in commercial and tribal casinos and racetracks throughout the country.


We represent workers in hotels across the U.S. and Canada. Our members are the housekeepers, food and beverage servers, porters, banquet workers, and cooks who make the hospitality industry run.


We represent workers who sew and ship clothing and other textile products. Thousands of our members manufacture apparel and textile products, and thousands more work at distribution centers. Members in Las Vegas and the New England area clean linen for hospitals, hotels and restaurants and uniforms for thousands of businesses.


We represent dining car workers, including Lead Service Attendants, Chefs, Food Specialists and Service Attendants on Amtrak trains throughout the United States. We also represent Attendants in the snack cars, as well as Train Attendants in the coaches and sleepers.

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