ATU: This MLK Day ask ‘If we don’t help, what will happen to them?’

"If we do not help the more than 800,000 U.S. federal employees and countless contractors – janitors, service workers, and others – who have been locked out or are working without pay, what will happen to them?”

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Rep. Raskin joins Transit Union in providing free meals to furloughed federal workers at TDCC, Sunday, Jan. 13 from 3pm-6pm

Tommy Douglas Conference Center at 10000 New Hampshire Avenue in Silver Spring, MD.

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ATU thanks workers who safely transport people on Thanksgiving and every day

With so many people traveling, we often forget the countless transportation workers, who forgo spending the holiday with their families and friends to ensure travelers get to their destination safely and on time.

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ATU wins ILCA 2018 Labor Media Awards

ATU Communications is proud to announce that the Union won 16 awards in the National/International Union category of the International Labor Communicators Association (ILCA) 2018 Media competition.

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Transit Union Honors Those Who Serve on Veterans and Remembrance Day

Amalgamated Transit Union International President Larry Hanley issued the following statement to mark Veterans Day (US) and Remembrance Day (Canada).

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ATU: Workers Mobilized for Midterm Elections

Throughout this politically divisive and bruising Midterm election season, we are proud of the role ATU members across the country played to mobilize transit riders to vote and elect more diverse, pro-transit and pro-worker candidates.

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International Representative Natalie Cruz appointed to ATU General Executive Board

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ATU: Happy Thanksgiving Canada and Pay it Forward

Amalgamated Transit Union International President Larry Hanley issued the following statement to mark Thanksgiving in Canada.

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Help ATU members impacted by Hurricane Florence

Hurricane Florence, the strongest storm to hit the U.S. this year, made landfall in North Carolina and South Carolina and impacted many states on the East Coast.

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ATU honors heroes of 9/11

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200,000 members and growing

As of August 15, 2018 ATU membership has now reached 200,152 members.

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ATU: Civil Rights leaders on wrong side of debate on NYC Council cap on app-based taxi services

While the ATU has stood by Reverend Al Sharpton and other civil rights leaders on many issues over the years, today we are disappointed to see them side with the billionaires who are exploiting drivers, the vast majority of whom are workers of color.

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Happy Independence Day from ATU

"Today we celebrate our country’s birthday in hopes that we will find a way to once again be the country our founders fought hard to establish."

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ATU Renews the Fight for Worker Rights on Canada Day

Amalgamated Transit Union International President Larry Hanley released the following statement to mark Canada Day.

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Janus decision attacks worker rights, igniting a new generation of union activists

“Today, the U.S. Supreme Court issued a landmark anti-worker ruling that advances the attack on labor by trying to limit our power to fight. But, in the process, it has already sparked a new generation of union activists.

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