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  • iMail , News , Southern February 15, 2018

    IAM Florida Sugar Workers Visit Capitol Hill

    IAM Florida Sugar Workers made a visit to Capitol Hill this week to highlight the importance of sugarcane farming to the nation’s economy. IAM Florida Sugar Workers jobs include every part of the sugarcane farming, milling and refining processes on American soil, including many positions requiring skilled trades, such as machinists and welders. “Meeting the

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  • Aerospace , iMail , News , Southern , Western February 13, 2018

    IAM/Lockheed Take On Economics

    With a stroke of the pen, everything can change for the close to 4200 Machinists and their families whose lives will be touched by the Lockheed Martin Negotiations taking place in San Antonio, TX over the next few weeks. 

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  • iMail , News , Southern February 8, 2018

    A Sit-In that Made Us All Stand

    The world changed on February 1, 1960 when four young black men from North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University in Greensboro took a seat at a Woolworth’s lunch counter. In an act of non-violence that sparked the civil rights movement, when the “Greensboro Four” sat in the whites only section at this general store,

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  • iMail , News , Southern February 6, 2018

    A Disappointing ‘Last, Best and Final Offer’ at Continental Automotive

    For the more than 400 men and women working at Continental Automotive in Newport News, VA, shock was the only word to describe the emotion they felt as they saw the company’s last, best and final offer.

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  • iMail , News , Southern January 18, 2018

    A Foundation of Solidarity

    Three years ago, the situation felt almost hopeless. In one of the worst winters on record, members of IAM Local 219 at Bluegrass Station in Lexington, KY walked the picket line for nearly six months. This group of warehouse workers, who offer logistical support for our Armed Services, had their own fight to take on.

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