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The Teamsters Labor History Research Center at the George Washington University will host an online discussion this Friday (at 7 pm Eastern) as part of its Labor History Book Talks series. Registration is required so please register here: docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScskLsWMLbjyoM_n7gYFwu3-XPjgAWjyttBLdJiH2BLjC15AA/viewformAllyson Brantley will discuss her new book, Brewing a Boycott: How a Grassroots Coalition Fought Coors and Remade American Consumer Activism, as well as the research behind it. This book tells the story of one of the longest-running consumer boycotts in U.S. history, the Coors boycott. From the 1950s to the 1990s, Teamsters and other union members, progressive students, Black and Chicanx activists, Native Americans, feminists, and members of the LGBTQ+ community built powerful coalitions to challenge the alleged antiunionism, discrimination, and conservative politics of Coors Brewing Company and family. Brantley will spotlight the key role that documents and other items from the International Brotherhood of Teamsters Labor History Research Center archives played in telling this remarkable story of activism and organizing. See MoreSee Less
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12 hours ago

Teamsters 362
The Teamsters Labor History Research Center at the George Washington University will host an online discussion this Friday (at 7 pm Eastern) as part of its Labor History Book Talks series. Registration is required so please register here: docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScskLsWMLbjyoM_n7gYFwu3-XPjgAWjyttBLdJiH2BLjC15AA/viewformAllyson Brantley will discuss her new book, Brewing a Boycott: How a Grassroots Coalition Fought Coors and Remade American Consumer Activism, as well as the research behind it. This book tells the story of one of the longest-running consumer boycotts in U.S. history, the Coors boycott. From the 1950s to the 1990s, Teamsters and other union members, progressive students, Black and Chicanx activists, Native Americans, feminists, and members of the LGBTQ+ community built powerful coalitions to challenge the alleged antiunionism, discrimination, and conservative politics of Coors Brewing Company and family. Brantley will spotlight the key role that documents and other items from the International Brotherhood of Teamsters Labor History Research Center archives played in telling this remarkable story of activism and organizing. See MoreSee Less
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Building a Future Together

We have over 100 Collective Bargaining Agreements providing security and peace of mind to workers in a vast array of industries. Being a member of Local 362 means you and your family have the ability to build a future as you are part of a team of over 7000 members spread across the Province of Alberta and the North West Territories. We are proud to be a key part of communities where our members live, work and organize.

Building a Future Together

We have over 100 Collective Bargaining Agreements providing security and peace of mind to workers in a vast array of industries. Being a member of Local 362 means you and your family have the ability to build a future as you are part of a team of over 7000 members spread across the Province of Alberta and the North West Territories. We are proud to be a key part of communities where our members live, work and organize.

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