Bay Area Labor BBQ

Teamsters are organizing for new leadership and a new direction in our union and the labor movement.  

Next year, 1.3 million Teamsters will vote in a one-member, one-vote election. At stake is five more years of Hoffa or a new, progressive direction in one of North America’s most important unions.

Join TDU National Organizer Ken Paff and labor and progressive activists in the Bay Area on August 22 for a BBQ to raise funds for the grassroots movement that arms rank-and-file activists with the tools they need to organize for change.

Click here to download a leaflet for the BBQ.

Donations will be accepted at this event.
You can donate to the Teamster Rank & File Education & Legal Defense Foundation (TRF). Donations to TRF are tax-deductible and anonymous, and will be used to educate Teamster members and defend their legal rights to participate in the Teamster election.

WHEN
August 22, 2015 at 2pm - 6pm
WHERE
Home of Steve Early & Suzanne Gordon
747 Lobos Ave
Richmond, CA 94801
United States
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CONTACT
Ken Paff · · 313-842-2600

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