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SF May Day Picket Against Union Busting Two Gate Job
San Francisco building trades workers and supporters picketed union busting two gate jobs in San Francisco at Market and Octavia and the city run War Memorial job next to SF City Hall
Photos of the picket against the two gate job at Market and Octavia on May Day 2014 in San Francisco.
United Rank and File for MayDay demanded fair wages at picket of two gate job
A San Francisco city cop and the union busting contractor superintendent took down a picket sign saying picket lines mean don't cross. The Building Trades leadership at their May Day rally were happy to welcome the endorsement of the Police Officers Association POA as one of their supporters.
On 2014 May Day in San Francisco rank and file building trades workers in San Francisco picketed two gate jobs and a rally was held in front of SF City hall where LIUNA international president Terry O'Sullivan attended.
May Day 2014 Bld Trades Protest Two Gate And Rally At SF City Hall With LIUNA Pres O'Sullivan
SF rank and file building trades workers picket two gate jobs on May 1, 2014.
Also building trades workers rallied at SF City hall where Terry
O'Sullivan, international president of LIUNA attended and Mayor
Ed Lee made a proclamation on May Day. The Veterans Building
which is run by the City and County of San Francisco is on the
next block of City Hall and is a two gate job.
The United Rank and File was the organization that called for the
action against two gates in San Francisco.
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SF police helped bring building trades workers through a two gate site and helped bring down a picket sign against crossing picket lines.
A non-union electrician helped bring workers through the picket line.
A multi-million job at the City owned Veterans building is a two gate job with union and non-union building trades workers.