Take Action to Help Oak Harbor Strikers

November 3, 2008: Oak Harbor Teamsters have been standing strong on picket lines for six weeks, and you can help.

Over 600 Oak Harbor Freight Teamsters in Washington, Oregon, and Idaho went on strike at the end of September after the company broke the law and bargained in bad faith.

You can help by telling some of Oak Harbor’s biggest customers to stop supporting Oak Harbor’s unfair labor practices.

Click here to send a message to The GAP, Oak Harbor’s biggest customer.

Click here to read about Jeff the Trucker, an Oak Harbor striker who was hit by a scab truck this week.


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