Laborers' Union Local 169
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Local 169 at Constructing Colorado Training in Denver
A Local 169 Field Agent and two Reno NROC organizers recently attended a 10-day organizing training campaign in Denver, called Constructing Colorado. LiUNA169 members were (L-R above) Armando Rodriguez, Gary Benedict and Tim Garber.
Training consisted of 14-15 hours a day of class time and research. Gary reports that they did a few hands-on exercises including a march on about 10 job sites in downtown Denver, interaction with non-union workers, and a march on a non-union site run by Mortenson Construction, normally a union contractor.
They also did community outreach to help clean up a park in the name of Constructing Colorado.
The program was to bring more work for union members. About 45 locals were involved.
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