Teamsters Celebrate, Remember James R. Hoffa teamster.org ...Each year in February, Teamsters take a moment to reflect upon and remember a leader who changed the course of history for working men and women in America. James R. Hoffa, born February 14, 1913, served as General President of the Teamsters Union from 1957 to 1971. In that time, he inspired thousands to stand up and let their voices be heard...
Cross-Border Trucking Program Moving Forward Texas Tribune ...After two decades of political posturing, a cross-border trucking program will soon be ready to roll, opening up an avenue to expand trade between Texas and Mexico....
Teamsters Celebrate, Remember James R. Hoffa teamster.org ... He was the man who introduced himself as “I’m Jimmy Hoffa and I stand up for the American workers...”
Teamsters Celebrate, Remember James R. Hoffa teamster.org ...“I shook his hand!” “He remembered my name.” “He was always one of us.” “He changed my life.” These comments and hundreds more like them still can be heard at Teamster retiree meetings held at union halls and truck stops all across the country...
UPDATES to clarify Bowers is not from New York.
An artist who stood with Teamsters in our battle against the Frieze New York Art Fair seized an opportunity to sit in Jimmy Hoffa's chair on a recent trip to Detroit.
Today the International Brotherhood of Teamsters is honoring the legacy of James R. "Jimmy" Hoffa, who was born 100 years ago today in Brazil, Ind.