USWA 50th Anniversary "We Are the People"

The United Steelworkers Union was founded in 1936 by 11 trade unionists who sought to unite workers regardless of race, creed, color, or nationality. Over the years, the union has fought for better working conditions, fair wages, and improved social benefits for its members and has played a crucial role in advancing workers' rights in North America. The organization has merged with other unions to strengthen its position, and its commitment to education, solidarity, and democracy has made it a symbol of hope and opportunity for working people everywhere.

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