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Entries in Organizing (6)

Thursday
Sep122013

Rain Date for Rally at Pace

If the weather prevents the Pace Rally today (9/12/13) the rain date will be tomorrow (9/13/13)

Wednesday
Sep112013

Rally at Pace Tomorrow!

Monday
Sep022013

Rally On Tuesday September 3rd!

ATTN CARPENTERS: We need your support at 250 Broadway NYC on Tuesday Sept. 3rd9:00am & get CREDIT for PICKET DUTY. This is regarding the $3 BILLION Willets Point Project. The City Council will have a public hearing Tuesday on the Project: a retail and entertainment proposal, that would include roughly 200 stores, restaurants, and other attractions. Groups opposed to the project will be there, so we need to have members out in force!

 

Thursday
Aug222013

Calling All Carpenters

Rally on Tuesday August 27th at 12:30 PM. Meet at 33 Beekman St in NYC. Come out and enjoy the Music while hearing The Latest from those Protecting Our Craft. Receive Credit for Picket Duty!

Thursday
Apr042013

Carpenters Wield Mighty Hammer; TIAA-CREF Raises 'White Flag'

Queens, New York - After months of relentless pressure from the New York City District Council of Carpenters and its allies, the world’s second-largest pension fund has decided to sell its interests in a building “sweatshop” located at 5-11 47th Avenue in Long Island City to its former development partner for almost  $22 million.

TIAA-CREF’s decision to divest itself from the 12-story, 181-unit Queens development now under construction without the benefit of unionized workers, could signal a significant win for organized labor as the pension fund rethinks the way it approaches new development projects into the future.

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Wednesday
Jun062012

NYCDCC Supports FHA Firedoor Workers

FHA Firedoor has filed with the NLRB to become non-union. This is because they are a year behind in benefits and despite deducting union dues from their employees paychecks, they have yet to remit the collected money to the Local for a year as well. There will be an election on Friday June 8th for workers of the shop to decide whether they want to stay in the UBC or become non-union workers. The District Council Representatives from our local, Walter Clayton, Andrew Mucaria, and Robert Villalta were at the shop recently to rally the workers to stay union.