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April 16, 1947
Five hundred workers in Texas City, Texas die in a series of huge oil refinery and chemical plant explosions and fires.  ~Labor Tribune

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Updated: Apr. 16 (12:04)

Union Labor Would Bring Strongest Workforce to Rebuild Key Bridge
Teamsters Local 355
Union Labor Would Bring Strongest Workforce to Rebuild Key Bridge
Teamsters Local 992
May General Membership Meeting
Teamsters Local 90
Gilbert Elks Inc
I.B.E.W. Local Union 266
TODAY'S ARTICLE THAT TEAMSTERS LOCAL 786 HOSTED A PRO-IRANIAN ACTIVIST RALLY IS FALSE AND DEFAMATORY
Teamsters Local 786
Family Night Soccer Game Sponsored by Endeavors
NTEU Chapter 143
 
     
After a Long Defeat, Labor Is Rising from the Ashes
Posted On: Nov 20, 2023
Nov. 20, 2023 | VIEWPOINT | […] This time, union leaders fed on their members’ dismay to stage unusually combative, in-your-face contract campaigns that produced results. During the Teamsters contract campaign, Teamsters president Sean O’Brien helped bury a legacy of passive bargaining by a union ridden by decades of scandal and corruption. There was no sweet-talking from O’Brien months before contract talks started. For the autoworkers, President Shawn Fain’s theme was more visceral and basic. It was a designed strategy to signal a new era. But, even with the major wins and string of successful strikes across the country, U.S. labor still faces daunting challenges. Two of the most pressing questions in labor right now are: How can the movement build on its current momentum, and what more can workers and unions do to rise up in the nation’s workplaces? In These Times
 
 
Teamsters Local 992
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