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Forming A Philadelphia Museum of Art Union: Where The Fight Stands Today

September 9, 2021

The Philadelphia Museum of Art (PMA) is among the largest and most important art museums in the United States. The museum attracts about 800,000 visitors each year and houses over 225,000 objects in their collection. And in August of 2020, workers at the PMA voted in a historic 89% vote to unionize. One year later, the negotiations between the union and the museum are still ongoing.  

Today, I invite the President of the PMA Union, Adam Rizzo (not at all related to the former mayor) to talk with us about where things stand one year later. And how their union fight might create ripple effects on Philly’s art world.

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