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Seventy-five years ago today, the United States was attacked by Japan at Pearl Harbor, “a date which will live in infamy.”
 
Ninety minutes after the attack began, it was over—leaving 2,403 Americans dead and another 1,178 wounded. The U.S. was at war with Japan, and three days later, with Germany.
 
While the nation was stunned, the American people rolled up their sleeves and got to work: defending the country and keeping it running.
 
Just a week after the attack, TWU founder Michael Quill addressed a rally in New York, organized by the Greater New York Industrial Union Council.


 

Read more>> December 07, 2016

In a blow to U.S. aviation workers, the Department of Transportation (DOT) on Friday granted Norwegian Air International (NAI) a permit to fly to the United States. TWU vehemently opposes this decision. After an election focused on protecting American jobs, the White House has decided to threaten the entire U.S. aviation industry.

NAI is a low fare airline with a corporate structure designed to avoid labor, tax, and regulatory laws. It uses a “flag of convenience” scheme that allows the company to hire employees under the laws of low wage countries with few labor protections.

 

Read more>> December 05, 2016

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REPORT FROM THE LOCAL: Local 2019 members and military veterans Robert Barnes and Dave Cunningham donated flags for each branch of the military, along with the American Flag, to Macedonia Car shop. "It is a constant reminder that there are still men and women fighting for our freedom," said TWU Local 2019 Macedonia Motor Yard Committeeman Nick Cinquepalmi. 
 
Read more>> October 06, 2014

 

 

 

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