Stop the War on Workers

April 4, 2011: Teamsters and other workers rallied today in a National Day of Action to stop the War on Workers and support our union rights.

On this day in 1968, Dr. Martin Luther King gave his life to defend the right to bargain, to vote and for justice for all workers. He was in Memphis, supporting the striking garbage workers.

Corporate America and anti-union politicians have our union rights in their sights. Today, thousands of Teamsters and other members stood up. Read their stories below:

Stop the War on Workers at UPS

Local 804 Teamsters rallied in front of UPS in Manhattan today to say NO to the War on Workers from Wisconsin to UPS.

Stop the War on Bus Drivers in Vermont

Fifty Teamster bus drivers and public supporters held a “Just Practicing” picket in Burlington as part of the April 4 National Day of Action. Will a strike be next?

Stopping the Anti-Union Attack

Local 320 represents over 13,000 public sector workers across Minnesota. The Anyone But Hoffa Slate just swept the Local 320 delegate election.

We asked elected Teamster Convention Delegate Erik Jensen about the attacks on public sector Teamsters and what our union can do to meet the challenge.

Teamsters Fight the Anti-Union Attack

Hear from TDU members across the country who are standing up to the anti-union attack.


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