Making Change in 2016

Teamsters speak out how they're organizing with TDU to win positive change in 2016.

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“The Vote NO movement is alive and well in Carhaul, and sent the union back to the table. Joining up with TDU and the Teamsters United Campaign have helped us build a network that’s 1,000 members strong. We’re going to keep organizing until we get the contract we deserve.”

Kirk Sikora, Cassens, Local 327, Nashville


jose-lizarraga.jpg“Hoffa and his Waste Division director Ron Herrera have left waste industry Teamsters in the dump. We need a leadership willing to take on Republic, Waste Management, and other companies. We’re organizing with TDU to educate members, defend our rights, and change our union.”

Jose Lizarraga, Waste Management, Local 396, Los Angeles

 

 


dave-scheidt.jpg“Teamsters around the Central States owe a big debt of gratitude to TDU for helping inform so many of us as we fight to protect the pensions we earned. We’re doing the work on the ground but it’s good to know we can turn to TDU to get the facts, analysis and organizing tips to help move this campaign forward.”

Dave Scheidt, Local 41, Kansas City, Roadway Retiree


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