Strike Victory at Hunts Point

Teamsters at Hunts Point Market have voted overwhelmingly to approve a new contract. More than 1,400 Teamsters went on strike after management offered them a wage increase of just 30 cents. As a result of the strike, workers are now going home with annual raises of 70 cents, 50 cents, and 65 cents and additional paid time off in a three-year contract that protects their healthcare benefits. TDU salutes Local 202 members on their courageous and united stand strike that inspired the labor movement and the public. When we fight, we win!

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