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A man waves an American flag outside the Wisconsin state capital on Tuesday, February 22, 2011. Demonstrations continued against budget cuts that would eliminate collective bargaining rights for state workers.
TWU International President James C. Little speaks with Senator John Edwards after endorsing his presidential campaign on Thursday, September 6, 2007 in New York, NY.  Beside President Little is TWU Local 100 President Roger Toussaint (right) and International Executive Vice President Harry Lombardo (back).
Congressman George Miller of California speaks at the Employee Free Choice Act Rally in Washington, DC on February 4, 2009.
TWU Local 513 President Darrin Pierce is front and center on the picket line outside Caesar's Palace Casino in Las Vegas, NV on September 17, 2009.  TWU dealers at the casino had gone over 2 years without a contract.
TWU International President James C. Little leads chants on a picket line of over 600 TWU members outside Caesar's Palace Casino in Las Vegas, NV on September 17, 2009.  TWU dealers at the casino had gone over 2 years without a contract.
Thousands of TWU Local 100 members march across the Brooklyn Bridge into Manhattan on October 28, 2009 in what the local called "A Day of Outrage" in their fight for a fair contract.
TWU Local 525 member operates a lift on the Delta Launch Pad at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station. TWU members on the Cape play an integral role in all facets of the space program from launching satelites to manned space launches.
TWU Local 525 members at the Cape Canaveral Air Force Fire Department Station 1. TWU members are one of the only Fire Departments in the world that deal directly with space launches.
TWU members protest outside a UPS Store in Midtown Manhattan on Wednesday, September 1, 2010. The protest was part of an international day of solidarity with fired Turkish UPS employees.
TWU Local 100 member Fernando Braga leads chants on May 12, 2011 during a march of 10,000 thousand people through Wall Street to tell the big banks and millionaires to pay their fair share. Hundreds of TWU members from Local 100 and other NY area Locals turned out for the rally to oppose cuts and show solidarity.
TWU members march in the New York City Labor Day Parade on September 10, 2011.