More than 400 members of the Teamsters National Black Caucus (TNBC) rolled into the Motor City for the 36th Annual TNBC Conference, which was held August 9-14. Members and leadership drew on the city’s unique history to focus on turning dreams into reality.
The last day of the Teamsters National Black Caucus (TNBC) Conference began with an inspirational sermon by Dr. D. Edward Chaney, Pastor of Second Baptist Church.
The Teamsters National Black Caucus (TNBC) Conference has become a great meeting place for Teamsters leaders and members to build unity. Participants hear from dynamic speakers, take part in educational breakouts and build an even stronger network with their fellow Teamsters.
Everyone attending the Teamsters National Black Caucus (TNBC) Conference looks forward to putting on his or her T-shirt on the third day of the conference.
Over 700 Teamsters came together to celebrate the 7th annual Women’s Day of the Teamsters National Black Caucus (TNBC). Opening the morning session with anthems and invocation, men joined the women of the caucus to show their appreciation. Wearing red recognizes the awareness of women’s heart disease, so those celebrating the day wore red.