Help Keep TDU Growing

This year has gotten off to a busy start for Teamsters for a Democratic Union. We’ve been breaking the news about the details in important master contracts, helping members get organized to protect their benefits in New York and Baltimore, and developing and supporting new leadership in our union.

We’re expanding our network of working Teamsters who are committed to building a stronger Teamsters union. But to bring more members into the fold and expand on our organizing and educational efforts, we need more resources.

We count on support from Teamsters like you for the resources to grow. To put more TDU organizers in the field, do more legal and educational work, and build a movement strong enough to put our union on the right track for the future.

If you’re a TDU member, we’ll be asking for your financial support through the mail this month. We hope you’ll consider making a generous contribution.

A contribution to TDU is a contribution to the movement for change in our union. You know we’ll put every cent to work.

And if you’re not already a member of TDU, the best thing you can do to support the fight for the future of our union is to join today.

In solidarity,

Gary M. Brooks, Local 705, Chicago
Willie Hardy, Local 667, Memphis
Joe Sexauer, Local 743, Chicago

PS—You can join or donate online using our secure server. Click here to donate to TDU. Not a member? Join today.


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