TDU Members Stand Up to Fight for $15

TDU members marched with fellow UPS workers and Local 804 members—along with thousands of workers and other union members—all day in New York City to demand a $15-an-hour minimum wage for all workers.

 

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"We're organizing to build a better future for part-time workers, at UPS and in all industries," said Kioma Forero, a Local 804 steward and member of the TDU International Steering Committee. "It was so refreshing and inspiring to see so many workers from so many different industries come together for a common cause."

Click here to see more photos of the Local 804 Teamsters at the New York City actions.

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