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Teamsters Human Rights and Diversity Commission Recognizes Breast Cancer Awareness Month


In recognition of October as Breast Cancer Awareness Month, Teamsters Human Rights and Diversity Commission (HRDC) Director Anthony M. Rosa released the following statement:

“In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, the Teamsters are proud to stand with workers and their families, to ensure that all workers have quality, affordable health care that includes important preventative screenings, such as mammograms. Access to superior health insurance is key in breast cancer prevention, protection, and treatment. The Teamsters will continue to fight for strong union contracts that not only include great insurance coverage, but also paid sick leave and a living wage for all workers so that those battling breast cancer, those who have beaten it, and their families have the resources available to make the best choices for their health and well-being.”