Campaign Updates

We announced our plans to unionize on April 30, 2021, and we have secured supermajority support for a union among our co-workers. Hundreds of community members have signed our support letter and we have even garnered the support of Baltimore Mayor Brandon Scott, Baltimore City Council members and the Baltimore City Comptroller. However, the Walters Art Museum still refuses to agree to a union election that would include our co-workers across all departments. Despite this impasse, we will continue to seek a fair path toward union recognition for our wall-to-wall union.

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Walters Workers United Campaign Timeline

RESOURCES & LINKS

6/21/22 Baltimore Mayor Letter of Support for WWU
2/17/22 Baltimore County Executive Letter of Support for WWU
1/28/22 WWU COVID Safety Letter
11/2 Walters Art Museum Response to Baltimore City Council
11/2 Walters Art Museum Response to Baltimore City Comptroller
10/21 Baltimore City Council Letter of Support for WWU
10/14 Baltimore City Council WWU Informational Hearing Recording
10/14 Baltimore City Comptroller Letter of Support for WWU
7/26 WWU Letter Requesting to Meet
6/9 WWU Health and Safety Letter to Management
Walters Workers United Mission Statement