Graphic Communications Conference/
International Brotherhood of Teamsters
District Council 3
"Our country cannot succeed when a shrinking few do very well and a growing many barely make it."
from the January 21, 2013 Presidential Inaugural address by President Barack H. Obama
photo by S. H. Hebert
Graphic Communications Conference - The Graphic Communications International Union and the Teamsters officially joined forces on January 1, 2005 after the GCIU membership ratified the merger by a clear majority in late 2004. Now more than 60,000 GCIU members in the United States form the new Graphic Communications Conference (GCC).
This song celebrates "The Printer's Trade" and the trade's union history.
The Inter-Local Pension Fund is a unique pension plan, available only to members of the International Brotherhood of Teamsters. The Inter-Local Pension Fund is NOT an employer fund. About the fund ... visit the website.
Change to Win was founded in September 2005 by seven unions and six million workers devoted to building a movement of working people. We are uniting workers in industries such as hospitality, construction, retail, food processing, healthcare, and trucking and transportation, among others.
Look for and ask for the International Allied Printing Trades Council label - the familiar "bug" - on all printed material. It's your assurance of quality and craftsmanship. The bug also guarantees that the men and women who work on your printed materials receive decent wages and benefits in plants which practice responsible labor-management relations. When you patronize the union plants listed in this directory you are helping to maintain the union advantage in the printing industry.
Holding Politicians Accountable: "Everyone is entitled to their own opinion, but not their own facts." - Senator Daniel Patrick Moynihan.
Nate Silver’s FiveThirtyEight uses statistical analysis — hard numbers — to tell compelling stories about elections, politics, sports, science, economics and lifestyle.
Policy research project analyzing critical issues facing American economy, for progressives that focuses on issues of social justice like wages, ...
Hightower and his small but feisty band of fellow agitators have made The Lowdown the fastest-selling -- and funniest -- serious political publication in the country.
Occupational asbestos exposure is the No. 1 cause of mesothelioma cancer. Repeated exposure to asbestos on the job puts workers at risk of several cancers and serious pulmonary diseases. Learn more about the occupations and industries that place people at risk of asbestos exposure.
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