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This Memorial Day we will reflect on the sacrifices of those who have made it possible for our freedom and democracy to endure.

As we have all struggled over the past year with the health, economic and social impacts of a global pandemic, the brave men and women of our armed forces, including thousands of LIUNA members, have quietly and nobly continued to fulfill their promise to protect our nation.

I ask you to join me in a solemn salute to those who serve and have served, some making the ultimate sacrifice. We owe these patriots and heroes a debt of gratitude that can never truly be fully repaid. But we must commemorate our veterans by building an ever stronger union and country so that when...

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Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s dream of an America, in which all people are measured only by their character and by their actions, is more urgent than ever.

As we approach the national holiday honoring his legacy, the scourge of racism and extremism remains all too alive. We need only look to recent events in our nation’s Capitol to see confirmation of the deep chasm between our highest ideals and deepest flaws.

I, however, continue to share Dr. King's conviction that the “arc of the moral universe is long, but it bends toward justice." We must not stand idly by waiting for others to do the work for us though. It's up to each of us as strong, proud, and united trade unionists a...

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Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s dream of an America, in which all people are measured only by their character and by their actions, is more urgent than ever.

As we approach the national holiday honoring his legacy, the scourge of racism and extremism remains all too alive. We need only look to recent events in our nation’s Capitol to see confirmation of the deep chasm between our highest ideals and deepest flaws.

I, however, continue to share Dr. King's conviction that the “arc of the moral universe is long, but it bends toward justice." We must not stand idly by waiting for others to do the work for us though. It's up to each of us as strong, proud, and united trade unionists a...

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The Thanksgiving Holiday season is upon us, a time filled with gratitude and hope for what is to come. While this year’s holiday will be different for many of us, we remain thankful for what sustains us: our families, our nation and our union.

Many of us are struggling with loss and with the coronavirus’ threat to our safety, our economic well-being, and our ability to be with family and friends. How we live our lives has temporarily changed. And we are mindful of others struggling on this holiday – men, women and families who are serving in our Armed Forces far from home. We must keep them in our thoughts and prayers.

We are hopeful because we know that we can face and ove...

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As we approach the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. national holiday, it is as important as ever that we reflect on his message and his mission anew.

Dr. King literally gave his life struggling shoulder to shoulder with striking workers and their union. He denounced so-called “right to work” laws as false slogans designed to rob working people of civil rights and economic rights. And, he said, “It is a crime for people to live in this rich nation and receive starvation wages.”

While our country and society have made great strides as Dr. King said, the “arc of the moral universe is long, but it bends toward justice."

We have more work to do to bending that arc so that eve...

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Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., was not only a leader who ushered in a movement for justice, peace and reconciliation, but a man who changed the course of history. As we approach his birthday, it is time to honor his legacy and rededicate ourselves to the movement he helped launch. To this day, the work Dr. King started, shapes our efforts and aspirations to build a more just and fair world and forge a nation where opportunity and prosperity are shared equally by all.

While all Americans have much to be thankful to Dr. King for, we owe a special debt for the work he did to advance the American Labor movement. Dr. King was firmly committed to the cause of working people and believed that the caus...

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As this year comes to an end, I want to take a moment on behalf of myself, General Secretary-Treasurer Armand E. Sabitoni and the entire LIUNA Executive Board to wish each and every member of our union family the best of the Holiday Season and a Happy New Year.

This season is a time to reflect and to look ahead. It has been a landmark year for LIUNA, as our great International Union has continued to grow both in numbers and in strength, increasing our ability to fight for good jobs with the good pay and benefits necessary to sustain our families.

Across the U.S. and Canada, the day-in and day-out dedication and commitment of our half-million strong membership and leadership has...

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There is much to be thankful for on this Thanksgiving Holiday, not the least of which is the strength of LIUNA, which allows us to care for ourselves and our families. Personally, I am thankful for the work, skills, and dedication of each and every one of our half-million members. You build and strengthen not only our union, but also make our country a better place through your efforts on the job and in your communities.

As we give thanks and share time with our families and friends, let us also remember those who are not sharing our good holiday fortunes – those in the armed forces far from home, those struggling with personal loss or with other challenges. Let us always remember them ...

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On behalf of the LIUNA General Executive Board and the 500,000 men and women of LIUNA, I would like to use this Veterans Day and Remembrance Day to salute the men and women who serve, and have served, in the armed forces across the United States and Canada.

We recognize the incredible achievements and the sacrifices our service members and veterans have made for us all. We honor those who gave their lives to protect the freedom enjoyed by their fellow citizens, and we honor those who were wounded or taken prisoner. The courage of these men and women will never be forgotten.

LIUNA is extremely proud of its brothers and sisters who are veterans. In the 113 years since its founding, our members h...

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On the 17th anniversary of the September 11 attacks, we must remember and mourn the men and women lost in the vicious and cowardly assault on our nation. The tragic events of that day can never be forgotten.

We must also recognize the heroes, including many LIUNA members, who participated in the response and clean-up and later the rebuilding of the World Trade Center and construction of the Flight 93 Memorial.

On behalf of myself, General Secretary-Treasurer Armand E. Sabitoni, and the entire LIUNA General Executive Board, I urge that we continue to honor those lost on September 11 and share our heartfelt gratitude with those who responded with such courage and strength to the devastating atta...

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Updates from General President Terry O’Sullivan