Celebrating Our Victory, Looking Ahead

[Reprinted from Teamsters United] Our movement made history yesterday when six Teamsters United leaders were inaugurated as International Union Vice Presidents at the Teamsters Unity Conference.

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Fred Zuckerman and Tim Sylvester joined our Vice Presidents and supporters from across the country to celebrate and support Central Region VPs Tony Jones, Avral Thompson, Bill Frisky, and Bob Kopystynsky and Southern Region VPs Kimberly Schultz and John Palmer (Fred Zuckerman (center) is pictured with six new IBT VPs).

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Our work to rebuild our union is just beginning – from our new representatives on General Executive Board to a more informed and engaged Rank and File.


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  • commented 2017-05-15 16:06:37 -0400
    Too bad the "Unity " conference is located in this Right to Racketeering state that
    Hoffa was so intent on installing his 3rd corrupt set of Cronies at (local #631).Which he suffered
    0 consequences for.Disrupting the lives & futures for hundreds of members in Tradeshow so his criminally insane handlers from Chicago could profit by double breasting schemes .That al
    so destroyed the livings & standards for tradeshow members in all the locals nationwide .
    Some oversight from the Enabling Attorney he picked when he was Gifted the IBT soo many years ago (17),
  • commented 2017-05-13 07:10:29 -0400
    theres a glimmer of hope keep it going!!!!!!!!!!
  • commented 2017-05-10 21:21:04 -0400
    Outstanding!!!
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